Three months on, is May Yul-Edochie over the death of her son?

Three months on, is May Yul-Edochie over the death of her son?

The death of a loved one can have a lasting effect on someone who feels the vacuum of the deceased can never be filled.

In the case of May Yul-Edochie, the first wife of Nollywood actor, Yul Edochie one would ponder on how she has been able to bear the pain of losing her first son without the genuine support of her husband.

Glamsquad reported three months ago that Yul Edochie and his first wife, May list their son, Kambilichukwu, to the cold hands of death.

After Kambilichukwu was laid to rest in April, Yul resumed his social media activities with an attitude many tagged as irresponsible.

Yul ignored the state of mind of his first wife and began showing off Judy Austin, his first wife.

The pair shared a series of videos on Facebook depicting at a point that they are living a relatively loving life at other times, they are engaged in heated arguments.

Well, it turned out that their publicity was to make money and get social media users focused on them.

Defying all odds to stay sane for her other two children, May stayed off social media for three months while her friends and fans offered prayers on her behalf.

Taking to her Instagram page in the early hours of today, May described the unfortunate death of her son as the most devastating and traumatic circumstance of her life.

She stated that life left her in a state of resigning herself to fate with a meaningless and overwhelming feeling, however, her amazing family, friends and fans stood by her.

May also appreciate the brands she represents for their understanding and patience with her while she was grieving.

May Yul-Edochie breaks silence on Kambilichukwu’s death

“Words are not enough to express our gratitude to you all. In all these ordeals, we believe that this immeasurable loss is heaven’s gain.

“When you lose a husband, you are called a widow. You lose a wife, a widower… You lose a father, a fatherless… You lose a mother, motherless… You lose both parents, an orphan You lose a sibling, a forgotten mourner. Other than vilomah which means against a natural order”. I cannot find an English word for losing a child. I do not think there’s any death as intense and painful as losing one child. We are still in inexpressive grief, however, I want you all to know that we are fine by God’s special grace.

“Indeed the uncertainty of tomorrow remains a mystery and some occurrences are unforgettable but we just have to find a way to live with them no matter how painful and difficult they are.

“The incredible love and support from you all my family, friends, and well-wishers all around the globe through various means are unimaginable and unconditional. In recent times, we have experienced the most devastating and traumatic circumstances of life but your prayers have kept us going.

“My friends and family have been a great pillar and helped me through the process in the most amazing ways. All the brands I represent have been kind and patient. Life left me in a state of resigning myself to fate with a meaningless and overwhelming feeling. But you, my amazing fans, stood by me even in my absence. This love is “God’s grace” and can only be described as both the wonder and awe of serendipity.

“We truly appreciate and cannot thank you all enough, and sincerely hope that everything sums up into enabling us to stand the tragic loss and panic. We only have God’s blessings to offer in return and pray that affliction will never rise in your homes in Jesus’ name.

“It is impossible to forget a child so he’ll always remain the second of my four adorable children. Continue to rest in the bosom of the Almighty my sweet angel, Kambilichukwu until we meet again”.

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The truth remains that a mother can never get over the death of her child.

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