- 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
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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, Babangida Sadiq Adamu, a youth leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC), caused a massive buzz and frenzy on social media after tying the knot with two different women on the same day.
Adamu got married on Saturday, March 7, in Abuja to his beloved women named Malama Maimuna Mahmud and Malama Maryam Muhammad Na'ibi.
The first wedding Fatiha held at Kado Bmiko Juma'at Mosque, beside Kado Bmiko Primary School, 1st Avenue Gwarinpa at 10:00 am, while the second took place at Garki Village Central Mosque, Garki II Abuja at 1:30 pm.
Speaking on why he resolved to use a single stone to kill two birds at a time, Adamu who is reportedly in a Real Estate business said it was his childhood dream to marry two women on the same day.
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