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“My Undisputed Number One” – Yul Edochie Hails 1st Wife After Unveiling His 2nd Wife

Yul Edochie has described his first wife as his “number one and undisputed.”

Nollywood actor, Yul Edochie has taken to social media to hail his wife, May Aligwe, after he unveiled his son with his second wife, Judy Austin Muoghalu, who is an actress.

"My Undisputed Number One" - Yul Edochie Hails 1st Wife After Unveiling His 2nd Wife

Yul Edochie Celebrates May Aligwe

KanyiDaily recalls that Yul Edochie, who is married to May Aligwe for 17 years with four kids, had recently announced that he welcomed a baby boy with actress, Judith Austin Muoghalu in 2021.

Edochie’s revelation on Wednesday, April 27, 2022, had triggered a lot of mixed reactions on social media, with his wife May Aligwe slamming him saying “May God judge you both.”

On Thursday, the actor took to his Instagram page where he shared photos of the mother of four of his five children, calling her his number one and undisputed.

Edochie wrote, “Number one @mayyuledochie. Undisputed.”

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Judy Austin Muoghalu Hails May Aligwe

Yul Edochie’s second wife also hailed her senior colleague saying “My beautiful lady, I see you.”

"My Undisputed Number One" - Yul Edochie Hails 1st Wife After Unveiling His 2nd Wife

Meanwhile, Nollywood actress, Victoria Inyama has tackled Yul Edochie with an old Facebook post where his father, Pete Edochie, pointed out that marrying two wives doesn’t make one a man.

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