‘My father was a tyrant to the core.’ Yul Edochie recalls childhood memories with his father, Pete Edochie.

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Yul Edochie, a presidential aspirant and Nollywood actor, has shared childhood memories with his father, Pete Edochie, and how he has prepared him for difficult times.

Yul described his father as a no-nonsense man who was strict to a fault despite their mother’s petting.

Yul claims that their father’s mean face and belt in hand automatically translates to something when they refused to take a specific malaria drug as children after their mother begged them to.

According to him, his father was a tough man, even though he was scared of him then, he now realise the joy of having a father as he expresses his utmost love and appreciation for him.

He 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.
Popsi was strict to a fault.
Him no get time to pet you oo.
No nonsense man.
Those days we dey fear am oo.
Now I appreciate him so much.
He made us tough.
Ebubedike 1 of Africa.
I love this man.
My man forever.


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