1 Man, 4 wives: Musa Mseleku opens up about his life as a polygamist

1 Man, 4 wives: Musa Mseleku opens up about his life as a polygamist

- Polygamy might not be for everyone, but according to Musa Mseleku it is not as bad as it seems

- Mseleku, who is one of the most famous polygamist in SA, decided he wanted to educate people on the practice

- So, he wrote a book, titled Life and Polygamy, which details what it means being a polygamist

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Musa Mseleku and his four wives became a household name with the hit Mzansi TV show uThando neSthembu, but the famous polygamist decided television exposure was not enough, so he wrote a book.

According to IOL, the wealthy business man wrote a book titled Life and Polygamy, which aims to address misconceptions surrounding the practice and alter how people view it.

Mseleku added it was important for people, especially men, to understand polygamy since so many women have been left broken because of it.

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However, Briefly.co.za learned Mseleku's book not only highlights the good in these types of marriages, but the bad side of it as well.

Mseleku added he wanted to educate men who consider polygamy, because men need to understand you can't bounce between wives when things are not going great.

The millionaire added a man should be clear on why he wanted to take a second wife, to make sure his first wifey is not hurt.

"Because the idea is not to make her feel any less of a woman and a man’s reasons for taking another wife should not be based on what the first wife has done or not done- it should be about strengthening the family," he said.

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