Rev Tony Kiamah Cautions Men Against Polygamy, Says Wives Battle When Man Dies: “Shetani Anatawala”
- Outspoken cleric Tony Kiama pointed the accuser's finger at polygamy, saying families were likely to be broken up after her husband's death.
- Kiamah noted that women are not created to share and will degenerate into family battles at the death of a man at home
- The preacher urged men to stick to one wife and end polygamy, even if they have deep pockets to serve women
The city preacher warned men against polygamy, stating that it brings family chaos when a person moves on.
Polygamy – a recipe for disaster
Tony Kiama said women are usually forced not to share, and polygamy is a recipe for disadvantaged families.
A man of God took to Instagram to share a sermon in which he said he witnessed the self-destruction of polygamous families.
This is the rubbish of marrying more than one wife. I'm telling you the truth. You marry more than one wife that is the same as going to the store and buying trouble and bringing her home.”
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Luo's polygamous husband treated like a king
On Monday, November 21, 2022, TUKO.co.ke reported that Andrew Ouma, Luo's husband from Kisumu, said he was happily married to seven wives who revealed he first married when he was 18 in 1966.
“After 11 years, I later married the second, and seven years later I got a third and continued to marry until the seventh,” he said in an interview. Afrimax English.
A polygamous man argued that marrying more than one wife was a way to pay tribute to his mother.
“Marrying a lot of wives is part of our culture and makes me compete,” he said.
Ouma said his wives were neighbors and his mother approved of marrying them.
The 77-year-old said he still built houses for his four wives and is now building homes for the remaining three wives. He gave them a piece of land.
An elderly man who boasts of being a father for 30 years has turned into a marriage counselor and helps people in his neighborhood.