“My Dream Is To Be President Of Nigeria” – Actor Yul Edochie Says As He Becomes The Latest Landlord In Lagos (Photo)

According to him, he and his siblings feared their father as children for being strict and not tolerating nonsense, but adulthood made them appreciate their father more and make them understand that his principles have made them what they are today.

Sharing a photo of his dad, Yul Edochie wrote,

“Those days as kids, when we had malaria my mum could spend so long petting and begging you to take your Nivaquine drugs which were very bitter then. When that style no work, she’ll now send someone to go call Popsi.

“Omo, Once my Dad comes into the room, standing at the door staring at you with his mean face and his belt in hand bros you go rush your drugs instantly and be happy after taking them. And once he’s around you must take your drugs with water, no matter how bitter it is, no drink for you oo, just water.

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