Lagos Police Investigate Death of Yul Edochie’s Son Kambilichukwu

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The Lagos State Police Command has announced an investigation into the death of Kambilichukwu, the first son of Nollywood actor Yul Edochie and his first wife, May. The tragic news of Kambilichukwu’s passing broke on Thursday morning, causing shock and sadness among fans and well-wishers of the Edochie family.

Pete Edochie, Yul’s father, confirmed the news to Vanguard, stating that his son had informed him of Kambilichukwu’s fall while playing football with his schoolmates. He developed a seizure and was rushed to the Mother and Child Hospital in Lagos, where he passed away a few hours later.

Lagos Police Spokesperson, Benjamin Hundeyin, confirmed to the BBC that Yul had reported the incident at a nearby police station, and an investigation had commenced to uncover the cause of Kambilichukwu’s death.

“We will investigate what led to the boy’s death,” said Hundeyin. “There’s a need to carry out an autopsy to know what really happened. We can’t say what happened until the autopsy is done, but the incident happened at his school.”

Kambilichukwu’s death is a heartbreaking loss for the Edochie family, especially coming just two months after Yul celebrated his 16th birthday. The family has not yet released an official statement on the matter, but fans and well-wishers have taken to social media to express their condolences and offer support during this difficult time.

Yul Edochie is a popular Nollywood actor, filmmaker, and politician who has made a significant impact in the entertainment industry. He has been a vocal advocate for youth empowerment and has been actively involved in various charitable causes. His fans and well-wishers will undoubtedly stand by him during this difficult time, offering love, support, and prayers as he mourns the loss of his beloved son.

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