Veteran Nollywood actor, Pete Edochie has distanced himself from a statement credited to him on call by the indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) to boycott elections in Anambra state.
He threatened to curse anybody or group that further uses his name for an inglorious purpose.
The broadcaster turned actor said his attention was drawn to a publication on WhatsApp allegedly credited to him in respect of the call by the pro-Biafran group to boycott elections in Anambra.
“A lot of nonsense has been ascribed to me in the past and I have maintained my peace. Now I am very angry”, he fumed.
Chief Edochie, who just returned from Port Harcourt, said he learnt that the message originated from telephone number 08034072277.
Meanwhile, Pete Edochie’s son, Yul Edochie won the gubernatorial primaries of Democratic People’s Congress (DPC) to become their representative at the Anambra 2017 election.