Yul Edochie, Nollywood’s actor-cum-politician, has urged Nigerian youths to turn down all forms of crime and find a lawful “hustle”.
The 37-year old movie star took to his social media page on Friday to beacon on the youths to resist crime, despite financial constraint.
He also advised that they should stick to their legitimate “hustle” no matter how little it might be.
“No matter how broke you are don’t do crime, youths pls do not do crime. Find a legitimate hustle, however small it is, stick to it. There is no excuse for crime,” he wrote.
No matter how broke you are don’t do crime, youths pls do not do crime.
Find a legitimate hustle, however small it is, stick to it.
There is no excuse for crime.
— Yul Edochie (@YulEdochie) January 3, 2020
Yul, the son of Pete Edochie, Nigerian actor, had recently expressed his reservations about the idea of people going extravagant in the name of burial.
He had advised that people should learn to appreciate one another while still alive.
“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. Some one once asked me for a loan of some millions to use & bury his father. I was speechless,” he had said.