The star from the Edochie clan, Yul needs no introduction. Having graced the silver screen for a while, he has become a household name and a brand to himself. Lately, the Faceapp the Russian software maker has started a global challenge and how people would look in decades to come. It is a fun loving app and Yul has just caught the bug, not only that, he is fantasying about his political future having failed woefully this gubernatorial elections .

Hear him after uploading the faceapp version of himself , “After being President of Nigeria, eradicating poverty completely, creating millions of jobs for youths, spreading wealth, bringing lasting peace and stability in the country, making the economy one of the best in the world, I’ll retire as an elder statesman and after a couple of yrs, this would be me on my way to a United nations Peace Summit.” Don’t you think he looks presidential and if his wishes comes true, we know that he would make a fine president from the looks.

Though with a disappointing outing  in the  last elections, the acting career is on a high note and top notch. Not fazed by the election, the actor has been closing deals and releasing flicks to the delight of his fans especially the ladies. Speaking about the latest endorsement deal with Brother’s Keeper Challenge. Yul added that he is pleased to be part of this life changing moment for folks. In his words he said “Signed and sealed.Brand Ambassador for the Brother’s Keeper Challenge.A competition that rewards individuals based on their passion to serve humanity.First of it’s kind competition coming soon From Citizen Journalists Network.”

Yul Edochie is a Nigerian actor, named after popular Russian actor Yul Brynner. He is from Anambra state Nigeria, the son of Nigerian actor Pete Edochie. He was raised both in Lagos and Enugu. He is the last of 6 children. He got married at the age of 22. His Wikipedia profile reads.

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