“There’s Price For Success’ – Actor Uchemba Advises Youths to Avoid Fraud


Nollywood actor Williams Uchemba has got a message we believe is of great value to every young Nigerian, especially those on the verge of indulging in fraudulent schemes due to economic hardship.

Actor Williams Uchemba says there’s a price for success and young people should strive to pay it.

The free giving movie star in a recent video shared via her Instagram page on Saturday, July 18, 2020, admonished young Nigerians to be upright and avoid criminal activities that can mar the country’s image.

In the video, he recounted an age-long experience when a friend of his almost lured him into starting cyber crime, otherwise known as Yahoo Yahoo.

Uchemba went on to narrate how he sold the laptop he was supposed to use for fraud and instead used the money for another good deed.

Actor Williams Uchemba says there’s a price for success and young people should strive to pay it.

He said:

“Young people listen to me, especially those of you who are thinking of considering fraud. The reason why you’re going through what you’re going through is because you don’t want to pay the price. There is a price for success. People asked me what did I do with the laptop I was about to use for fraud, yes, I donated it to the church.

“There was a building project going on in the church, so I sowed the laptop and said use the money to build church. I knew I was going to be rich, but there was a problem with my foundation, and that is what I want to draw your attention to.

“Most of you have seen what God wants to do with you, even most of these people doing fraud know. Even if you go to a ‘Babalawo’, if you don’t have a destiny, they will tell you it won’t work for you. These people see your star, they know you will be rich in life. The devil doesn’t build something on nothing…”

Watch the video below:

Photo Credit: Instagram


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