Nollywood actor Yul Edochie has stated the antique reminiscences approximately his dad Chief Pete Edochie‘s unconditional like to him and his five different siblings.
The actor who took to his Instagram web page on Friday, June 4, 2021 mentioned that at a time whilst his dad become elevating him and five different of his children, he had handiest 4 pairs of trousers, which have been black, brown, blue and gray in colour.
He persisted that regardless of having a restricted variety of what he wears, he by no means cared to hassle himself, plus he hardly ever purchase matters for himself due to the fact all he cared become to take top care of his own circle of relatives and giving his youngsters the best.
Yul stated that his dad become a civil servant on the time earlier than going into film commercial enterprise and despite the fact that there wasn’t a whole lot money, he might by no means take some thing that doesn’t belong to him. And if they, (his children) go back from college and the dad sees that they got here lower back with someone’s property, he might flog them mercilessly.
The actor remembered vividly that among many matters, his mother and father idea them to be contented with what they have, paintings hard, consider in God and be upright citizens.
He but introduced that now he’s getting older, with every passing day, he sees extensive motives to understand his lovable mother and father for all of the top notch sacrifices they made in education them.
Checkout his post below;
“At a time, while raising us his six children, this great man had only 4 pairs of trousers.
Black, brown, blue and grey.
But he never cared.
He hardly bought new things for himself.
All he cared about was taking care of his family and giving his children the best.
“Then he was a civil servant, before the movies came.
There wasn’t much money but he would never take anything that doesn’t belong to him.
Then if we come back from school with anyone’s pen or book, your nyash go catch fire for him hand.
Amongst many other things, my parents taught us to be content with whatever we have, work hard, believe in God and be upright citizens.
“All he kept on saying was this ‘if I give my children the best training and the best education they will survive anywhere and they’ll never lack and I will be a fulfilled father’.
Now that I’m older, with each passing day I appreciate you and mum so much more.
Thank you Dad.
Thank you Chief Pete Edochie @peteedochie