'I cant question God' -grieving Yul Edochie breaks silence on son's death
Popular Nollywood actor Yul Edochie has finally opened up about the passing of his 16-year-old son Kambi, who died on March 30 after having a seizure while playing football with his schoolmates.
In a moving tribute shared on his official Facebook page on Thursday night, the actor observed that although his late son's time on earth was short, he left a lasting imprint.
Yul eulogised his late son as "Calm, Cute, Brilliant, Always Cheerful, Outstanding Footballer, Gentle and Loving Soul," but emphasised he cannot blame God on the early passing of his son who had a full and promising life ahead of him.
He wrote: “On that Wednesday morning, you came into my room, dressed up for school.
You told me your school will be having inter house sports on Friday and I promised you I’ll be there.
You were so excited.
You told me you won a gold medal in swimming.
I congratulated you.
We joked about your height, then you left for school in your ever cheerful manner.
And you never came back home again.
I can't question God.
My dear son, just 16 years with us here on earth, but you made your mark.
Calm, cute, brilliant, always cheerful, outstanding footballer, gentle and loving soul.
You’re an angel.
We miss you.
We love you, Kambi.
Daddy loves you.
But God loves you more.
Rest well, Son.
Till we meet again.
Rest in Heaven with God.
My dear son, Kambi Yul-Edochie.