A Super Eagles footballer named Ahmed Musa has come under fire from Nollywood actor Yul Edochie for allegedly copying one of his blog posts about the ongoing Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) strike and posting it on Instagram without giving him credit.
Recall that on Tuesday, Yul Edochie attacked Nigerian politicians who had children attending schools abroad, emphasizing how uncomfortable the leaders felt overseeing a system in which they have no faith.
"To our political office holders whose children study overseas," Yul said in the article. How do you feel about visiting your children while they are away from home? And Nigerian youngsters will continue to assemble and chant praises for una when you return.
After Edochie's post went viral, Musa made the same assertion on his verified Instagram account.
In response to Musa's tweet, the actor claimed responsibility for it on Twitter and criticized the football player for not giving him credit for the original post.
"Na me think am, write am post for my pages this morning," the author stated. Ahmed Musa, my brother, published a piece for his own page without giving me credit. e good? We all want Nigeria to be prosperous. Copying and pasting is acceptable, but the author should be given credit.
The captain of the Super Eagles hasn't yet responded to Yul Edochie's accusations against him.
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