It is with great sadness that we report the loss of Kambilichukwu Edochie, the first son of Nigerian actor Yul Edochie and his wife May.
Kambilichukwu passed away after being rushed to the hospital when he fell unconscious.
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According to an anonymous source who spoke to Vanguard News Nigeria, Yul has confirmed the tragic news of his son’s passing.
May’s sister, who was present at the scene, shared that Kambilichukwu had been studying for an exam the night before and had played football with friends after completing the test.
He then suffered a seizure and was rushed to Mother and Child Hospital, at Ikeja, Lagos, but despite the efforts of the medical staff, he could not be revived.
At this time, the family has not issued an official statement regarding the incident.
He recently celebrated his 15th birthday, and his parents celebrated him. “My first son just turned 16. Happy birthday to you Kambi Leo Yul-Edochie. Many more great years I wish you with loads of accomplishments and greatness. May God be with you always. Daddy loves you,” the actor wrote on Instagram.
Nigerians, fans, and sympathizers have taken to social media to express their sadness and offer condolences to Yul Edochie following the tragic death of his son, Kambilichukwu. Many people have shared their heartfelt sympathies, expressing how deeply saddened they are by the news.
We extend our deepest sympathies to the Edochie family during this difficult time. Townflex will continue to provide updates as more information becomes available.
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