I’m Sent by God to Liberate His People: Yul Edochie Advises Nigerians Against Migrating

I’m Sent by God to Liberate His People: Yul Edochie Advises Nigerians Against Migrating

- Actor Yul Edochie has got Nigerians talking after he advised them about staying in the country

- The actor stated that he would not run from his fatherland and must get it right

- Yul then noted that his plan B is to stay put in Nigeria regardless of the situation

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Nollywood actor Yul Edochie has taken to his Twitter page to talk about the discussion of migration among Nigerian youths.

The current state of the country has got people talking about having a plan B, which is to leave the country to a safer and greener land.

Yul, however, does not believe that leaving the country is a solution to all that is happening. According to him, he will not leave his fatherland.

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Yul Edochie advises Nigerians not to leave the country. Photos: @yuledochie
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The actor went on to state that he has been sent by God to liberate his people. The film star then noted that Nigerians must get it right and that can only happen when they stay in the country.

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Nigerians reacted to the actor's tweet and they gave various opinions on what they think about his stance on leaving Nigeria.

Read some comments below:

@The__Archtect:

"We all have different calls my dear. My call is to breathe and fulfill my dreams in a safe place. When you liberate Nigeria, I will come back."

@OLUFUNNBIJOHN1:

"Tor na your own opinion be that one na.....I will be wishing you guys well from Australia."

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@ddikedioramma:

"Some of us are yet to have heir apparent and legacy for them to carry on. Some cannot end their lineage by dying for Nigeria now. So they run for their lives now, get some necessities done. Then maybe come back and rejoin the fight!"

@BasseyHepzibah:

"I hear. But you have the opportunity to travel anytime and your children have dua citizens too. Let me get to your level first then I will decide."

In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Yul Edochie advised Nigerians to spread peace and love.

The actor expressed his displeasure at the current state of the country and the attitude of Nigerians towards it.

Noting the recent violence and the hate on social media, the film star preached to people to spread happiness.

Source: Legit.ng

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