May Edochie’s lawyer reveals Yul doesn’t pay their children’s school fees

Emeka Ugwuonye, the legal advocate for May Edochie in the ongoing divorce case between her and her husband, Yul Edochie, has made some shocking revelations about the family.

According to Ugwuonye, who is the founder of the DPA Organisation, the actor doesn’t pay child support or his children’s school fees, May has been the one carrying the whole responsibility of the family.

The lawyer was reacting to a comment made by actress, Yvonne Jegede, defending Yul for marrying his colleague and longtime friend, Judy Austin, as second wife.

Jegede, during an interview, slammed those criticising Yul and praising Regina Daniels. But in a recent post, she made on Instagram, she apologised for “sounding insensitive” to the plight of May.

However, the legal practitioner that May has been the one carrying the financial burden of the three children between the actor and May.

He alleged that the actor told his daughter to meet her mother for her financial needs since she was making more money than him. Her lawyer questioned why Yul would go into polygamy, knowing fully well that he couldn’t take care of all his children.

“May is taking care of all the children; she is paying their school fees. Yul isn’t supporting his children as we speak. Yul told his daughter that her mother is making more money than him. You are going into polygamy; you can’t take care of all your children. So please don’t compare the two.”