ASUU Strike: Actor Yul Edochie Calls out Ahmed Musa over alleged ‘post’ theft | Dailytrust

ASUU Strike: Actor Yul Edochie Calls out Ahmed Musa over alleged ‘post’ theft

Nollywood actor, Yul Edochie, has called out Super Eagles player, Ahmed Musa, on Instagram for allegedly duplicating a write-up he posted about the ongoing Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) strike without giving him credit.

It could be recalled that on Tuesday, Yul Edochie slammed Nigerian politicians who had children schooling in other countries, he emphasized how the politicians felt about running a system they do not believe in.

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In the write-up, Yul wrote: “To our political office holders whose children school abroad. How do you feel visiting your children abroad,e no day touch una? And when you return Nigerian youths will still gather and sing praises for una”. (sic)

Hours after Edochie’s post, Musa shared the same statement on his verified Instagram account and the post went viral.

Following Musa’s post, the actor took to his Twitter page to announce that he was the one who generated the post, he also criticised the football player for not giving him credit for the post he copied.

He wrote: “Na me think am, write am post for my pages this morning. My brother Ahmed Musa munch am post for his own page without giving me credit for it. e good? We all want a working Nigeria. Nothing wrong with copy and paste, but you should give credit to the writer.”(sic)

Meanwhile, the Super Eagle’s captain hasn’t given a response to the allegations made against him by Yul Edochie.

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