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“Our Family Is Not In Support Of Yul Edochie’s Second Marriage” – Uche Edochie



Uche Edochie, an elder brother of Nollywood actor, Yul Edochie, has revealed that their family is not in support of the actor’s second marriage to actress, Judy Austin Muoghalu.

"Our Family Is Not In Support Of Yul Edochie's Second Marriage" - Uche Edochie

Uche Speaks On Yul Edochie’s Second Marriage

KanyiDaily recalls that Yul Edochie has been under heavy fire on social media after he unveiled his second wife, Judy Austin Moghalu, and their baby despite still being married to his first wife, May Aligwe, for 17 years with four kids.

Reacting to the backlash trailing Yul’s second marriage, Uche took to his Instagram page to reveal that their family is not in support of the actor’s decision to take in another wife.

He said the family was also shocked about Yul’s decision but there is nothing they can do about it because the actor is an adult, adding that they are doing their best to console his first wife, May, who he described as a wonderful woman.

Uche, who also absolved Yul of the blame, asked people not to be quick to judge his brother as women throw themselves at famous people “so bad that it is suffocating.”

The actor’s brother finally concluded that perhaps Yul should become a Muslim to make his second marriage more acceptable, adding that he is wishing his brother and his family ”luck.”

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Uche wrote, ”Hello guys. So my younger brother Yul Edochie just married a second wife out of the blue and Nigerians are freaking out. I get it. We are all shocked. I am a low key type of guy and I have tried to mind my own business but this circus is chasing me around too. So here is my take.

“I see two main problems here. His first wife Mary, a wonderful woman and my sister in law did not go into a relationship with my brother agreeing to be part of a polygamous marriage. That’s the first problem. So I feel for Mary. It is not fair on her. My family are not in support. This is not what we do and we are trying our best to console Mary. What else can we do?

“The second issue is that Yul is not a Muslim. If he was a Muslim, no one will be talking about this. Muslims marry as many wives as they want and nobody says shit. Traditional rulers and traditionalists of sorts do the same thing too and the Nigerian constitution recognizes polygamy as a legal marital union. Maybe we should burn that bloody constitution.

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“We told Yul not to do it. He did it anyway. Have you ever tried controlling an adult when it comes to relationships? Good luck with that. Yul is an adult who feels marrying a second woman is the best way to own up to his mistakes and make things right. It took a lot of courage for him to do this too.

“A Muslim marries two or more wives and his people throw a party. Totally normal. A Christian does the same thing and he is the worst human being alive. It is tough. Women throw themselves at famous people so bad that it is suffocating. If the average person walks in Yul’s shoes for one year, they will get five or more women pregnant. So don’t be quick to judge if you have not lived that life. Most people will do worse.

“So this is Yul’s new baby with his new wife. Beautiful boy. Children are a gift from God. It is the circumstances of their birth that gets us all riled up about what’s right and wrong. I wish them all luck. Maybe Yul should become a Muslim and shut this circus down. It is said that life is what happens when we are making other plans. I was minding my own business. And now this. Fantastic.”

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KanyiDaily recalls that Linc Edoche had also distanced himself from Yul’s marriage crisis, saying he wasn’t present when his brother paid the bride price for the second wife.

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