Yul Edochie is a very popular Nigerian celebrity actor who has featured in many Nollywood movies. He is very good at what he does and has won many awards due to his great acting skills. Yul is very successful and happens to be one of the biggest actors in Nigeria.
The actor has told the public that all the cars, houses, companies and estates they have in their name are not actually theirs. He said this recently via his official Twitter handle. His tweet got the attention of many Twitter users who reacted via their likes, comments and retweets.
On the tweet Yul said that all the properties one has acquired belong to the world because someday, you will die and leave them behind.
In his words he tweeted,
"All the cars you've bought in your name, all the houses, estates, companies, businesses you built in your name are not actually yours. They belong to the world. You will die someday and leave all of them behind. Sad reality. Be at peace with God".
I strongly stand with the actor on this. Everything acquired in this world is vanity which you will surely leave behind when you're gone.
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