US visa ban: Don’t beg, fix Nigeria, Yul Edochie tells FG

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ollywood actor, Yul Edochie have asked the Federal government not to beg the American government to lift the ban on Nigerians from entering their country.

 

In a post the actor shared on his Instagram handle, he described the US visa ban, like a friend asking him (Yul Edochie) to stop coming to his house, which he explained that if that were the case, he would never beg the friend to change his mind. He would find what attracts him to his friend’s house and put them in place in his own home.

 

In the post which gathered over 8,000 likes,  he said “U.S visa ban. It is like a friend telling me ‘Yul, don’t come to my house again. Brother, I will not beg. I will stay at home and figure out those things that draw me to his house, even the ones he lacks and put all in my own. Soon he will call and say, Yul someone cannot play with you again”.

 

The actor and former Anambra state governorship aspirant, who is the last son of Nigeria’s legendary actor, Pete Edochie has been lending his voice to issues bordering the society.

 

Few days back, he admitted that sex for job exists in Nollywood.

Sex for job is one topic many actresses have never been comfortable accepting or speaking up about.

In the post, he warned ‘Nollywood practitioners’ to desist from insisting on sexual gratification before offering movie roles.

 

The 38-year-old, in a tweet on Tuesday, condemned the act, saying it has ‘wrecked many men’.

 

“I condemn sex for jobs completely. If that is your way, hear this advice. If you promise a girl a job in exchange for sex, once she gives you, make sure you do not fail her. If she swear for you, your own has finished. This matter has wrecked many men especially Nollywood practitioners,” he said.

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