- Uloho Uthuko Samson who married two wives said both women love and respect him
- According to the man from Delta state, he is happy with the decision he made
- The man's wives, Evelyn and Faith, said Samson is a caring man who takes care of their needs
A 37-year-old Nigerian man who married two wives on the same day has disclosed that he made such decision because he wanted to do what his father didn't do.
Speaking with BBC News Pidgin, Uloho Uthuko Samson said since his father only married one wife, it was expected of him to marry two wives because parents always pray for their kids to record more achievements than they did.
He said marrying two wives is advantageous because and they all understand themselves and live harmony.
One of the wives, Evelyn, said she was happy when her man said he wanted to marry two wives. According to her, she knew the man was a womaniser before they all got married.
Evelyn said she and the other wife are staying in different houses. According to her, Samson spends one week each in his wives' houses.
The other wife identified as Faith said her husband is a caring man who takes care of her.
In similar news, Briefly News reported that a 50-year-old South African man, Gobela Faniyakhe who hails from Umhlabuyalingana in Northern KZN, has caused a massive stir by marrying six women in one ceremony.
Adomonline.com reports that the current number was supposed to be eight but two of the women indicated to him that they were not yet ready.
The ladies' man said that he would add the two later during the year. According to the 50-year-old, the ultimate dream is to have 14 wives, which he is working towards.
Gobela goes on to say that he spent a whopping R700 000 on the wedding with the six women, whose names and ages are Sibongile Zikhali (49), Hloniphile Ndlanzi (26), Celiwe Ndlanzi (26), Nikiwe Khumalo (38), Thandi Khumalo (30) and Zanele Shabalala (49).
According to him, all six of his wives together with their 21 children would live with him in the same house.
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