Popular Nollywood Actor, Pete Edochie expresses his lost hope towards the electoral process of Nigeria.

Popular Nollywood Actor, Pete Edochie expresses his lost hope towards the electoral process of Nigeria.

Pete Edochie, a seasoned actor in Nollywood, has officially endorsed Yul Edochie for president of Nigeria in 2023.

A Nollywood actor and social media user by the name of Yul Edochie, 39, posted a video on Thursday night with the statement, “My Father Chief Pete Edochie endorses my 2023 Presidential ambition. God Almighty, assume complete command.

In the video, Pete Edochie initially acknowledged that, despite not being the type to get involved in politics, he. Was backing his son’s political aspirations in response to repeated requests from young people to openly support Yul.

“I have really strong morals. I don’t usually get involved in politics, and my own children are strong in that area as well. But as you can see, not all of your kids have to go along with you; one of my sons, who happens to be an actor, has chosen to become a politician.

The majority of the young people have been pestering my phone, asking me to support my son because they want. Him to be president, and I get amused, he continued. But kids keep saying, “Daddy, we want Yul to be this country’s president.” We approve of him.

The septuagenarian also expressed trust and belief in his son’s ability to lead the nation ahead by having the appropriate. Principles and motivation.

He is obedient, compassionate, and has a strong sense of human decency. I’ve been concerned by them so much that I’m introducing him to you today. He has my approval and support, but if ever he chooses to go from the discipline that he was raised in, I will stop backing him. He prayed for him, “Son, all will be well.

On the Democratic Peoples Congress (DPC) platform, Yul ran in the 2017 Anambra governorship election. Later, in July 2018, he was chosen to serve as Willie Obiano’s Senior Special Assistant (SSA) on Creative & Entertainment Media.

However, the actor left the APGA a few months later and joined the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).

Yul Edochie made his Nollywood debut in 2005 when he appeared in the film “The Exquirers” with the late actors Justus Esiri and Enebeli Elebuwa. He appeared in the 2007 film “Wind of Glory” with Genevieve Nnaji and Desmond Elliot, and as a result, he became a hit.

Source: africanworldentertainment.com

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