I will not be cajoled into accepting polygamy – May Edochie fires back with response to Yul’s public apology

May Edochie, first wife of embattled Nollywood actor, Yul Edochie has responded to his public apology.

May’s response comes two days after Yul publicly apologised for his actions.

Yul in his plea expressed regrets at the way things have turned out while pleading with May to forgive him.

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May in her response however said she will not be “cajoled into accepting polygamy” which goes against her “beliefs, faith and values.”

While she claimed to have forgiven him in the interest of her mental health and inner peace, May said “forgiveness is one thing, and righting a wrong is another.”

She said; I will not be NUMBERED in a home that we started building with love, faith, tears, hopes, and prayers in a CATHOLIC marriage of 18 years following a long-term premarital relationship.”

The entrepreneur also appealed to Yul to stop the unnecessary drama on social media for the sake of their kids.

“This is also a passionate appeal to put an END to the constant “show” on the social media space where our kids are growing into unless it is absolutely necessary. Let’s prevent our lovely children from all the incessant drama series that might take a toll on them directly or indirectly amongst their peers,” she said.

Yul Edochie apologises to May 

Skabash earlier reported that eights months after taking his colleague Judy Austin as second, embattled Nollywood actor, Yul Edochie, has tendered a public apology to his first wife, May Edochie.

Yul penned his apologies in a lengthy post he shared via Instagram on Wednesday where he explained that he didn’t mean to disrespect or replace May when he took a second wife.

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Addressing her as “my dear wife, Queen May Yul-Edochie,” the actor while acknowledging the pains his actions has caused her, took responsibility for his actions and apologized.

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