- The world is currently paying attention to the Russian war against Ukraine and Yul Edochie has reminded Nigerians of their current predicament
- The actor shared a tweet where he urged people not to lose sight of the unbearable hardship in the country
- Edochie noted that food prices are skyrocketing and for just ordinary N100, a life might go to waste
As the world continues to stand in solidarity with and worry about the Russian war against Ukraine, Yul Edochie thinks Nigerians also have a lot to worry about.
The Nollywood actor took to his Twitter handle to urge Nigerians not to forget the hardship they are currently facing in the country.
According to him, people are being killed every day by robbers and bandits, and the prices of food in the market keep going up.
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Edochie also pointed out how easy it is for someone to kill another just for the meagre sum of N100 to feed.
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"As we worry about Ukraine, we must not lose sight of the situation in our own country. The hardship is unbearable. People are being killed everyday like flies either by robbers or bandits. Food prices are skyrocketing. For 100 naira someone can take your life just to feed himself."
See the tweet below:
Nigerians react to Yul Edochie's tweet
"Good morning and happy new week brother @YulEdochie you're so right.. We have our challenges here in our country, it is important we don't loose focus."
"You can say that again bro. We Nigerians are often quick to forget. Yes we stand with Ukraine but we must to loose sight of the hashtag #NotobadGovernment"
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"You've said it, we've our own issue at hand Ukraine and Russia shouldn't have been our major concern right now, the hardship this country is enough reason for us to not be concerned."
"God bless you Yul, out condition here is worst than that of Ukrainians. Police and military men are wasting the life innocent of citizens in nigeria here and we're talking about Ukraine. Sorry for Nigeria."
Yul Edochie catches flight to Lagos for daughter’s matriculation
Yul is a busy man but even work wasn’t enough to hinder him from being a part of his daughter’s success story.
The Nollywood entertainer recently took to his Instagram page with an adorable photo in which he was spotted posing beside his daughter.
He, however, had a backstory for the picture. Edochie explained to his fans that he had to quickly catch a flight to Lagos to join his daughter for her matriculation ceremony.