When talking about the Nollywood industry, and how it has given our country the much needed hype and accolades needed, one won’t be surprised if actors like, Pete Edochie isn’t mentioned. The veteran actor is seen as the founding fathers, but went missing in his own son’s list of prominent movie stars who help shaped his acting career.
Yul Edochie who is one of the sons of the legendary actor, Pete Edochie, is also a great actor, director and politician. Yul took to his official Twitter handle to make mention of those actors that helped shaped his career, as watching them, gave him more inspiration and ideas.
According to Yul, back then, if he doesn’t make money to buy their movies, he went for rentals. Renting of movies back then, was a lucrative business as much people were involved.
What do you think from Yul's statement? was he right not to mention his father, or just his own personal choice?
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