Nollywood actor Yul Edochie has advised that spending so much money on burial is a total waste. The talented and handsome actor thinks that spending money lavishly during burial ceremonies isn’t really necessary. The movie star turned politician made this known via his Twitter page on Sunday, November 3, 2019. According to him, a person should be celebrated when he or she is alive not when he or she is dead.
According to his words;
“I don’t understand the concept of spending so much money on burials. Total waste to me! A person’s life should be celebrated when he or she is alive to join in the celebration, not in death. Someone once asked me for a loan of some millions to use and bury his father. I was speechless” he tweeted.
However, it is not clear why Yul Edochie was tweeting about burials and its expenses on a Sunday afternoon. Yul Edochie thinks spending a lot of money during burial ceremonies is a total waste and therefore condemned the act and advised people to stop it. One thing we all know is the star actor has become very popular for tweets and Instagram posts built around social and political issues in the country.
According one of his Instagram post on Nigerian Independence day celebration and which read; “There is nothing to be happy about, Nigeria is a mess”.
Yul Edochie talked about the failure of the country during its Independence Day anniversary back then in 2018. The actor turned politician made his frustrations known via his Twitter page on October 1, 2018, which we all know is Nigerian Independence Day.
According to his tweet;
“I can’t wish anybody a Happy Independence day, there’s nothing to be happy about. Nigeria is in a mess. The masses, the youths are unhappy. Poverty, hunger, joblessness and killings still prevails. Governments listen to the cry of the people. Power is nothing if your people are unhappy,” he tweeted.
Yul Edochie went further to advised the Nigerian government and people of Nigeria to try something different as the way things are done at the moment isn’t working.
According to his tweet;
“I never heard of a nation being great simply because citizens proclaimed its greatness or spoke greatness into it. We have been doing this for the past 35 years; here we are still dying in poverty. Isn’t it time we tried something else?” he concluded.
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