- Ann Grace Aguti also has a host of other lovers under her belt and she also chased other husbands away for being 'mannerless'
- Aguti's father, who is also a pastor, called upon all clan members to reprimand his daughter and her three husbands
- The husbands submit to her and they follow a conjugal duty roster
They say the longer we live, the more wonders we see and this English proverb cannot be any truer if Ann Grace Aguti's story is anything to go by.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Aguti is from the Teso community, in Uganda, and she has left jaws on the floor after she got married to three men simultaneously and lived with them.
Speaking to Sunday Vision, Aguti said she is the head of the family and all her husbands are comfortable with the marriage, with all heeding to a 'bednastics' duty roaster.
"I gave three out of my seven huts to my husbands and they all comply to a conjugal roaster. They get along very well," she said.
Aguti's life has been a blitz of men and her current trio absolutely adore her despite her having a swarm of other lovers.
Enyaku who was a senior bachelor before marrying the lass was the first among the current husbands and he is under the impression that he is the woman's favourite.
The second husband, Alich, is a widower with 10 adult children.
He met Aguti after he helped her repair a broken bicycle and one thing led to another and he is now among the husbands.
The third man, Oluka, met the lady in very comic circumstances.
"I met my now wife when I was in a nearby swamp grazing cows and she came over, I then jokingly asked her to take me in as her husband and boom! here we are," said the proud husband.
Unfortunately, their happily forever after is under siege after Aguti's father, evidently aggravated by his daughter's promiscuity, stormed into her compound with the clan in tow and reprimanded the husbands.
The father, who is also a pastor, asked his sons-in-law to leave her daughter alone.
Aguti unflinchingly stood her ground and asked her father to stay away from her marital affairs.
Unlucky for the lovebirds, they were overpowered by the clan and the husbands were chased out of their matrimonial home.
They were asked to bring official documents and re-introduce themselves to the clan.
They trotted off promising to return with the documents and fight for their wife who is currently six months pregnant...and none of them is sure they fathered the child.
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