- A proud polygamist has stated that his goal is to marry up to 20 wives
- The traditional medicine man married 12 wives and they live together under one roof
- The few that had tried quitting the marriage had voices that made them return to him and apologise
A man has revealed that it is his utmost desire to marry more wives despite that he already has 12.
The unidentified man, who is proudly a polygamist, in an Instagram video shared by @kingtundeednut, said he started with one wife but considered polygamy after his financial status experienced a turnaround.
His eldest wife who had lived with him for 16 years described him as a loving and caring man. She said she was surprised the day he informed her of his decision to bring in another wife but consented.
Interestingly, he usually told the new wives at the point of bringing them in that he already had other wives, and they usually have no problem with it.
In a similar fashion, most of the ladies hinged their decision to go on with marrying him due to the love they had for him.
The man who started out as a local shoemaker before he rose to become the number one traditional medicine man in the country said he has spiritual powers that ensure any run-away wife returns.
The polygamist who is unmoved by people's opinion about him lives happily with the women in the same house.
Mixed comments have however trailed the video.
"They hear voices and come back..he makes them come back ahhhh inukwa nu me ehhhh."
"Smh take them out of dat pit hole and give them some money, then they will understand he ain’t sh*it... ** n these men cry like a baby wen women keeps more than one man. Ok o."
"Na enough infections be this one ooooooooooh from one wife to others."
Meanwhile, Briefly News previously reported that a man who married 16 wives stated that he will keep marrying until death comes.
According to The Herald, Misheck Nyandoro from Zimbabwe is not planning to stop having more children. The man is planning on marrying another wife, saying polygamy is a project he undertook in the 80s.
"“Polygamy is a project I have undertaken since 1983 and will end with my death. I am planning on taking another wife, and the formalities are already being worked on. I will tell you when I marry.”
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