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Veteran Actor, Pete Edochie Endorses His Son, Yul Edochie For 2023 Presidency (Video)



Veteran Nollywood Actor, Chief Pete Edochie has endorsed the 2023 presidential ambition of his son, Yul Edochie.

The presidential aspirant took to his social media page to share a video of the endorsement.

According to Pete Edochie, he is not one to be involved in politics but since his son has Indicated interest to involve in politics coupled with the barrages of calls received from youngsters that are asking him to endorse Yul’s aspiration, he has given him his blessings to go ahead and contest.

Pete Edochie further stated that any day that his son decides to deviate from the discipline under which he was raised, the support and endorsement would be personally withdrawn by him.

“My values are very strong. I have my own children and they are very strong in that regard too. I am not one to be involved in politics. But you see, not all your children are bound to follow you,” he said.

“One of my sons, who incidentally is an actor, has decided that he wants to be a politician. Most of the youngsters have been bugging my phone asking me to endorse my son that they want him as president and l get amused. But they keep insisting daddy, we want Yul to be the president of this country.

“We like him. He is disciplined, sympathetic, he believes a lot in people. They have bothered me so much that today, I’m hereby present him to you. He has my blessing. He has my endorsement.

“Any day he decides to veer off from the discipline under which he was raised, l will withdraw him from the race. It shall be well with you son. Since it has been your ambition to go into politics and the desire to run for the presidency of this country, may the good Lord assist you, protect and direct you.”

Watch the video below;


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Prior to his presidential bid, he had contested for the Anambra state governorship election in 2017 under the flag of the Democratic Peoples Congress (DPC) but lost after securing only 145 votes.

Yul was appointed the senior special assistant on creative and entertainment media to Willie Obiano, the governor of Anambra state, in 2018.

The actor, however, resigned a few months later and defected from APGA to join the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), stating that his decision was in a bid to support the presidential ambition of Atiku Abubakar, former vice-president, who was the candidate of the party.

Earlier this year, Yul once again declared his interest to run for Nigeria’s highest office in 2023.

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