Nigerian film actress, Anita Joseph and Yul Edochie’s first wife May, have happily showed off their dance moves in a video recently shared on social media.
Taking to her Instagram page hours ago, Anita Joseph shared the video of herself dancing solemnly with May Yul-Edochie, who recently lost her first son Kambili, making her a mother of three.
May who has been off social media since the unfortunate incident, looked elegant in a green silk dress while Anita rocked a flowery patterned palazzo trouser and black long sleeved shirt.
Praying for May Edochie’s strength to be renewed, Anita Joseph stated that God is helping her. She captioned the video:
“My Happy Queen The One whom God is helping @mayyuledochie May your strength be Renewed.”
Recall Anita Joseph shared a fresh post to shade her critics who condemned a recent video she shared with her husband, MC Fish.
Speaking on the secret behind her successful marriage, Anita took to her official Instagram page to disclose that she always prays fervently with her partner.
She uploaded a video of them praying in their house and said that when other couples decide to do same, they will see their home transform.
Anita Joseph, however came under heavy fire for posting the clip, but she responded that if they can share videos while clubbing with their partners and post it, she can do same for prayer sessions. She wrote;
“One of our secrets to our happy Home ” We pray ✓ When you pray with your Husband ” See how your home Transforms shallom.”
“If you can go to party and post it, we can it,we also pray and post it. If you don’t like it Receive Holy Ghost knock. I’ve done my part siddon there Dey wail the secret to her happy home..
What is wrong with setting cameras to pray? The cameras they set in your churches nko?”
Reacting to critics, Anita Joseph took to her Instagram page to share a photo of herself holding her husband’s hand while stating that she is unashamed of the Gospel of Christ. She wrote:
“Unashamed of the gospel of Christ Shallom
As we proceed with my Man @realmcfish.”