Polygamy Is Dangerous – Nigerians React To Death Of Yul Edochie’s Son

The unfortunate death of Yul Edochie’s son, Kambilichukwu Edochie has continued to spark reactions on social media, particularly the microblogging platform, Twitter.

DAILY POST earlier reported that Yul’s first son, Kambilichukwu died on Thursday after he fell unconscious and was rushed to the hospital.

Reacting to the incident, a section of Nigerians took to their Twitter handles to blame the unfortunate death on Yul’s decision to marry a second wife, saying “polygamous dangerous”.

The actor had in June 2022 announced he had taken a second wife, Judy Austin Muoghalu.

Yul, however, received backlash from his fans and followers of his first wife, May Edochie, saying polygamy was not part of his marital vows during the first wedding.

While Nigerians and other sympathizers across the world mourn the death of Kambilichukwu, some persons have blamed the boy’s death on Yul’s marriage.

Below are some of the tweets compiled by DAILY POST.

@Franklyn_TA “Yul Edochie never start to Dey see the evils of polygamy yet”.

@IheakaD “Losing your home and now Son, May God give you the strength to overcome all this. Polygamy is dangerous, especially with a wicked husband snatcher.

@chichi18061991 “Polygamy is dangerous You won’t even know what is hitting you and where it is coming from”.

@Fatalfemale “There is a serious curse following polygamy. It may not necessarily be because of polygamy but because of the type of individual, you allow to come into your home. I pray God grants May and Yul Edochie the fortitude to bear this loss.

@justbryant78 “Polygamy eh! An angel can turn a serpent. Men pls learn to hold on to what u already have. I’m not pointing fingers..it could’ve been anything.. Rest In Peace Kambili”.

@monarchs_ “Polygamy ruined Yul Edochie’s family, evil forces found their way into their home through recklessness, May got angry and started chasing bags, Yul was chasing Judy”.

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