Nigerian Governor's Son Shares Photo of Dad's Wives, Praises Polygamy

Nigerian Governor's Son Shares Photo of Dad's Wives, Praises Polygamy

- Mohammed El-Rufai, the son of Kaduna state governor, has celebrated his dad's wives on Twitter with a photo

- The man's description of polygamy as beautiful got mixed reactions from social media users on the bird app

- Tweeps were divided between those who love the practice and people who said not many should go into it

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Governor Nasir El-Rufai's son, Mohammed, on Friday, February 19, posted the photos of his dad's wives on Twitter.

The man praised polygamy as a beautiful way of life. In the picture, the governor posed with his wives as he stood behind them with a wide smile.

Posting the snap on the bird app, Mohammed said:

"Polygamy is beautiful. I present my mothers!'

Many people engaged the tweet, giving the post almost 4 000 likes as at the time of writing this report.

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See the post below:

While some agreed with his submission, others thought otherwise. Briefly.co.za compiled some of the reactions below:

@dokundot said:

"It remains one with a southeast/south-south attire to complete the Nigerianess and of course fulfill the sunnah."

@76937d1b967c46d said:

"Yea, very beautiful."
Gov El-rufai's son presents dad's wives, says polygamy is good
The son described his dad's wives as his mothers. Photo source: @B_ELRUFAI
Source: Twitter

@morogun1 said:

"Who tell you that polygamy is sweet can't you read their minds through their faces."

@Sekoniolalekan1 said:

"Polygamy is beautiful when you have the wherewithal and you follow the teachings of the Quran and Sunnah."

@Jefarrh said:

"It is when it's a rich person that's practicing it. Don't misguide the poor masses please!"

@abrahamocelot said:

"It's simply a matter of mathematics, ladies share the limited men that are available."

Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that a young South African man with the Twitter handle, @IamPakoMolema recently took to the app to share some relationship advice with his followers about love and relationships after he lost his wife because of his own mistakes.

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"On a serious note though. I missed my ex-wife deeply yesterday. I realised I'd probably keep on missing her for the rest of my life. I hope people in good relationships don't mess up as I did. It is hard to come to terms with that kind of messing up. To all who had kind words. I thank you from the bottom of my heart," he wrote in the heartbreaking and heartfelt post.

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Maryn Blignaut (Human-Interest HOD) Maryn Blignaut is the Human Interest manager and feature writer. She holds a BA degree in Communication Science, which she obtained from the University of South Africa in 2016. She joined the Briefly - South African News team shortly after graduating and has over six years of experience in the journalism field. Maryn passed the AFP Digital Investigation Techniques course (Google News Initiative), as well as a set of trainings for journalists by Google News Initiative. You can reach her at: maryn.blignaut@briefly.co.za

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