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“Polygamy Is Dangerous” – Cubana Chief Priest Reacts To Yul Edochie’s Marriage Crisis

Cubana Chiefpriest has warned against the practice of polygamy, saying it’s dangerous.

Popular nightlife promoter, Cubana Chief Priest has reacted to the controversy trailing the marriage of Nollywood actor, Yul Edochie, after he unveiled his second wife, Judy Austin Muoghalu.

"Polygamy Is Dangerous" - Cubana Chief Priest Reacts To Yul Edochie's Marriage Crisis

Cubana Chief Priest Condemns Polygamy

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.

In a post shared on his Instagram page, Cubana said polygamy is dangerous because it breeds hatred among family members, adding that it’s painful & hurting for men to number their wives.

“Polygamy is dangerous, it’s a huge problem that ends up destroying an entire generation with the hate, competition & jealousy that comes with it. You can number houses, businesses, cars, jewelries, side chicks etc… but please never you number wives.

“It’s so painful & hurting. Do unto others what you want them to do unto you. Don’t bring war to your own home. Home should be a place of absolute peace. Polygamy is war !!!, “ he wrote.

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KanyiDaily recalls that Yul Edochie, who is married to his wife, May Aligwe for 17 years with four kids, had recently announced that he welcomed a baby boy with 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 his first wife, May Aligwe, calling her his “number one and undisputed.”

Responding to those who are criticizing him for owning up, Edochie returned to Instagram yesterday night to hail himself for taking responsibility for his action.

The development is coming a few hours after Yul Edochie’s first wife, May Aligwe unfollowed him on Instagram amid their marriage crisis.

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