- Musa says that he wants to have a lot more childre, a nation of his own
- He recently launched his book titled Life and Polygamy
- The new season should be ready for release by the end of the year or early next year
Musa Mseleku, businessman and reality TV star on Uthando Nes’thembu, is causing tension. He already has 10 children but insists he wants to build a nation and his wish is to add another 10 children to his already large family.
Speaking to TshisalLIVE, Musa discussed his recently launched book, Life and Polygamy. The book describes his journey with four wives and his large family, reported Times Live.
He added that his dream is to build his own nation consisting of at least 20 children of his own. He is aware that so many people think this is going overboard, but says everyone has they own vision of life.
Briefly.co.za learnt that his reason for writing the book was due to all the misconceptions regarding polygamy and how men were engaging in it for all the wrong reasons. He says there is no proper education regarding this topic and polygamy should not be used to take advantage women.
Good News, FAM, was motivated by the book and Musa confirmed that the series will be returning to our screens in the coming months. In the new series viewers will find out if Musa will be taking on his 5th wife and if MaKhumalo will conceive.
Viewers had requested that the show returns and Musa is in the preparation stage for the upcoming season.
Musa said that the filming of the show does not take that much time and it should be ready for release by the end of the year or early next year.
A photo surfaced online which showed Polygamist Musa Mseleku holding another woman, which left South Africans to wonder- could this be his fifth wife?
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