Nollywood actor Yul Edochie has launched a film academy that is designed to help upcoming actors and actresses to master the art and crafts involved in the trade before venturing into Nollywood.
Last week the 38-year-old star lamented over the poor quality of home videos that have populated the industry over the recent years. This must have prompted his decisions to open an online academy that will help in bringing potential stars to Nollywood.
The academy will also help to provide the needed connections for those who apply for it.
And the good news is that everyone is free to join from everywhere around the world. However nothing good comes easy, a little tuition fee of #60k is attached to it.
The father of four children – Kambi, Dani, Karl, and Victory Edochie took to his Instagram page to make the announcement, read more below:
“ONLINE CLASSES NOW AVAILABLE!
Now you can be part of The Yul Edochie Academy from any part of the country and any part of the world.
Simply download the ZOOM app on your android phone or iPhone and you are ready to go.
Get professional training on acting from the master himself @yuledochie.
Learn the ethics of the craft. Be well connected.
Learn how to make it in Nollywood in no distant time.
Registration is on.
Next class holds on 31st May, 2020.
(3 classes in a session)
Class holds via the ZOOM app and registered participants can watch Yul Edochie’s teachings from all over the world.
Registration and tuition fee: 60k only.
Pay into the Academy’s bank account then send evidence of payment to our whatsapp number for verification.
Account name: Yul Edochie Arts World.
Account number: 1014588591.
Bank name: Zenith.
WhatsApp line: 09037359580
For further enquiry call: 07065501351
You can also register on our website.
- Law Blessing is a skilled writer with loads of experience in the field. Although a freelance Author, he's passionately involved in articles related to sports and entertainment.
- Politics2020.07.08Yul Edochie and Omokri question the appointment of a northerner as EFCC chairman
- Football2020.07.08Super Eagles striker, Onuachu tests positive for Coronavirus
- News2020.07.08Photo: Job vacancy in Dubai exempts Nigerians from applying
- World2020.07.08China gives U.S. condition to involve in trilateral arm control