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‘Affliction will never rise in your homes’ – May Edochie breaks silence on son’s death

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'Affliction will never rise in your homes' - May Edochie breaks silence on son's death

May Edochie, the first wife of the popular Nollywood actor and director, Yul Edochie has finally broken her silence months after the death of her son, Kambi Yul-Edochie.

May’s son had died after he developed a seizure in school while playing football with his schoolmates on March 30, 2023.

Returning to social media months after mourning her first son, May lauded her fans and those who commiserated with her family during the moment of his son’s death.

May, in a post on her Instagram page on Saturday, described the unfortunate incident as the most devastating and traumatic circumstance of her life.

She wrote: “Indeed the uncertainty of tomorrow remains a mystery and some occurrences are unforgettable but we just have to find a way to live with them no matter how painful and difficult they are.

“The incredible love and support from you all my family, friends and well wishers all around the globe through various means are unimaginable and unconditional. In recent times, we have experienced the most devastating and traumatic circumstances of life but your prayers have kept us going.

“Life left me in a state of resigning myself to fate with a meaningless and overwhelming feeling, but you, my amazing fans, stood by me even in my absence. We only have God’s blessings to offer in return and pray that affliction will never rise in your homes in Jesus name.

“It is impossible to forget a child so he’ll always remain the second of my four adorable children. Continue to rest in the bossom of the Almighty my sweet angel, Kambilnachukwu, until we meet again.”

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