Amidst rising tension, as regards the division of the country, there are hundreds of patriots who seem to be optimistic that our dear country will one day be restored, and we shall all be proud of her again. Though the nation may be passing through the worst state, regardless of that good Nigerians are of the opinion that Nigeria will be united, peaceful and coordinated once again. While many have lost hope in Nigeria, Yul Edochie, a popular actor and son of veteran Nollywood legend Pete Edochie has taken to his official Facebook page to declare that he is ready to die for the sake's of Nigeria growth and development.
According to the actor, complaining and murmuring will not end, rather positive actions from Nigerians only will solve the numerous challenges being faced by the masses. He urges the youth to start seeking and discussing how Nigeria will work for the good of humanity. He further made it known that he doesn't care about what people say or discuss him stressing that no matter how you tried to please people they must always react either positively or negatively.
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