Yul Edochie’s Wife Judy Consoles Him Over Son’s Death, Calls Him A ‘Great Man’
The Nollywood actor finally addressed the devastating death of his first son, Kambilichukwu, last week.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Judy Austin, the second wife of actor Yul Edochie, has expressed her appreciation for her husband on her Instagram page, describing him as a brilliant man who is now experiencing enormous hardships.
She emphasized that great men are often faced with huge problems, but she pushed him to be strong and have confidence in God, as his life is in God’s hands.
Her remark came shortly after Yul Edochie himself wrote a letter of thanks to Nigerians for the love and support he and his family had received following the death of his first son a few weeks earlier.
Yul expressed gratitude for the countless condolence messages, visits, phone calls, and prayers sent to his family.
“I thank you all for the condolence messages, condolence visits, calls, care, and prayers you all offered for my son and my family. The love and concern have been overwhelming. I sincerely appreciate every one of you from the depths of my heart. May God bless you abundantly. Thank you,” he wrote.
Kambili died on March 30, 2023, after suffering a seizure while playing football with his peers at school. He’d just turned sixteen.
The incident left the actor shaken, and he removed all of his Instagram posts.
The Nollywood actor finally addressed the devastating death of his first son, Kambilichukwu, last week. He remembered their previous encounter and the commitment he made to him.
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