Marrying two wives has brought me blessings, but.. - Yul Edochie

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Actor Yul Edochie has responded to those who have been shaming him over his decision to take a second wife.

According to the prominent Nollywood actor and politician, marriage to two wives has brought him favours and elevated his two wives.

Yul indicated that he wronged his first wife, May, with how he went about getting married to Judy in an Instagram post he uploaded this evening and that he has now apologized to her.

In his own words," God works in mysterious ways. Marrying a 2nd wife has brought me blessings and also elevated my two lovely wives.

Sometimes it takes the things we see as disappointments to happen for elevation to come.

It happened many times in the bible, just like the case of Joseph. I'm a man after God's heart.

I'm like King David in the bible. I communicate with my God, and He guides me every day.

I wronged my wife May from how I went about it, and I have apologized to her sincerely from the bottom of my heart, but in the eyes of God, things are different.

God blesses differently. His ways are not our ways.
Our destinies are different. Don't be deceived by the white man's culture.

Same White people that condemn polygamy are encouraging men to marry their fellow men.

In the end, judgement is for God. Even white people don't understand God fully. Nobody does, actually. That's why He remains God.

Many great men in the bible had one wife, and many great men in the same bible also had more than one wife.
And if that happens to be your destiny, God will elevate you and elevate all that concerns you through it."

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