Yul Edochie quits 2019 presidential race
In few months to the 2019 general elections, Nollywood actor and politician, Yul Edochie has announced his withdrawal from the 2019 presidential race.
The popular actor revealed that his decision to withdraw from the race was reached after due consultations and considerations.
It would be recalled that Yul had contested in the November Anambra governorship election on the platform of the Democratic Peoples Congress (DPC) where he lost.
The actor went on, to join the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA), where he declared his interest to take part in the 2019 Presidential race, for which he shared a campaign poster on social media and captioned:
“Today I declare my interest to run for President of the greatest country in the world, Nigeria.
A blessed country that has been crippled by decades of bad leadership.
Enough is Enough!
Fellow Nigerians, stand with me let us bring the problems of our country to the THE LAST BUS STOP!!!”
The actor, however, took to his Instagram handle to announced on that he will no longer participate in the presidential race.
Report by Godday Akoh