Yul Edochie reportedly refuses May’s divorce papers

Send it to him on social media” Nigerians react as Yul Edochie reportedly refuses May’s divorce papers. The Nigerian public has been actively responding to the recent reports regarding May Yul Edochie’s decision to file for divorce from her estranged husband, Yul Edochie, due to the dramatic circumstances surrounding his new wife, Judy Austin.

According to circulating news, May Edochie has initiated divorce proceedings against her husband and has formally submitted a petition to dissolve their 18-year-long marriage. However, it is alleged that Yul Edochie has refused to acknowledge the petitions, causing a delay in the legal proceedings.

In light of this development, Nigerians have supported May Edochie, urging her not to waver in her decision to separate from her husband. Some individuals have even advised her to serve the divorce petition on social media platforms, ensuring that Yul Edochie becomes aware of the ongoing proceedings. Geenafoods suggested, “They can serve him on Facebook, he will see it, and everybody will do well to tag him on it.”

Furthermore, many Nigerians have expressed their belief that May Edochie deserves better and encouraged her to stay firm in her resolve. Veevogee remarked, “When you lose a good woman, you’ll always get the opposite. You can never find her type again. Even if he’s acting with Judy, it has now become a show of shame.”

Amidst these marital troubles, May Yul Edochie also recently faced the heart-wrenching tragedy of her son’s death, prompting her to break her silence. She described this unfortunate event as the most devastating and traumatic experience of her life. Nigerian citizens have flooded the internet with condolences, prayers, and messages of support for the grieving mother.

Prominent celebrities such as Ruth Kadiri, Patience Ozorkwo, Toyin Abraham, Destiny Etiko, Oge Okoye, Ifu Enanda, Monalisa Chinda, and others have joined together to console May Edochie. Veteran actress Patience Ozorkwo offered her prayers, wishing for the bereaved mother to find solace in God’s care and strength. She shared, “I pray that you continue to be strong, my dear, and hold on to God’s promises – Isaiah 46:4. I am your God and will take care of you until you are old and your hair is gray. I made you and will care for you; I will give you help and rescue you.”

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