Torgbui Asilenu: Man with over 100 children dies, family wants his legacy in Guinness Book of Records

Torgbui Asilenu: Man with over 100 children dies, family wants his legacy in Guinness Book of Records

  • A Ghanaian father of over 100 children, Torgbui Kofi Asilenu has reportedly passed away
  • His children want his legacy included in the Guinness Book of Records
  • Torgbui Kofi Asilenu had 15 wives and over 100 children before he passed away

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The family of the late Torgbui Kofi Asilenu has expressed interest in having their father who had 15 wives and over 100 children included in the Guinness Book of Records, reports 3news.com.

Torgbui Kofi Asilenu who was a herbalist and majored in plant medicine passed away earlier in 2021.

His children are unhappy that their late father's name has not been included in the Guinness Book of Record.

Torgbui Asilenu: Man with over 100 children dies, family wants his legacy in Guinness Book of Records
Torgbui Asilenu: Man with over 100 children dies, family wants his legacy in Guinness Book of Records. Image: 3news.com
Source: UGC

One of Asilenu's children, Oscar Asilenu, who spoke on behalf of the others indicated that they are not happy.

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''We are not happy. In the era and time we are in now, no one has done what our father has done and nobody can do it again. It can't happen that someone will marry 15 wives and have more than 100 children ever again. Therefore, we think his name should be in the Guinness book of records,'' he said.
''Even after the funeral, names are popping up which we never thought of. This tells you that he has done a great thing, which we can't be taken out of history,'' he added.

Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported that a Ghanaian woman only identified as Elizabeth who was diagnosed with kidney disease is battling for her life at a hospital in India.

Elizabeth has been abandoned by her biological sister in India and her husband has also refused to answer her calls.

Speaking in an interview with Crime Check TV's Ibrahim Oppong Kwarteng, she disclosed that her immediate younger sister declined to donate her kidney for a transplant after previously offering to help save her life.

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