The world is always full of news and infact this is actually historical in the Ghanaian setting as man marries over 47 wives with more than 240 children and grandchildren. This was made known to the world through Angel TV Morning Show, titled "Anopa Bofo", when Kofi Adomah visited this man in a village called "Tenzuku", near Talensi in the Upper East Region of Ghana.
According to the spoke person of the man, they've been able to raise such a huge family because of understanding amongst the wives and they see themselves as one and one's children are treated as the children of the other, this has led them to defeat any kind of differentiation that might arise along the line.
Having a family like this usually comes with huge task but according to them, they all farm and therefore food is not really a problem for them since all hands are always on deck to help cultivate crops in a larger size. The spoke person further indicated the number of children and grandchildren situated at 240 does not include the females but they are married and taken to their husbands' house. Their common mode of worshipping is through lesser gods called "Nana Tongu", but if anyone of them wishes to attend either church or the mosque is no problem to them and such persons are at liberty to do do.
Again, due to the trust they have for their gods, whatever they ask through him, he does it accordingly and also any politician who aspires to rise through political ladders, once he or she pays visit to the gods it becomes very easy for such person.
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