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"My Four Wives Are Not Enough, I Need More", Says South African Polygamist

The famous South African polygamist, Musa Mseleku, believes he is not performing enough even though he has 10 children from four wives. In an interview with Drum, Musa said he doesn't understand why he only has 10 children and is ready to have more. “I have 10 kids and I don't think I'm performing well enough. A man who has four wives is supposed to have more. He must have at least 15 to 20 children, laments the polygamist.

“I have come to appreciate the fact that I have given life to the world. However, being a father is an even greater responsibility to carry on a day-to-day basis. The responsibility of a father is to take care of his children, to protect them and to make sure that they are well nourished, Mseleku Musa added. Mr. Musa says he gives attention to all his children even if they are different and learns to behave differently with them without making others feel less loved than others.

“When you are raising children, you have to identify the areas in which you are not good. If you think you are in control, you may make mistakes, especially with children, who are very observant. He thinks he knows. Musa also revealed that it is very important for him to leave a legacy: “Being a polygamist is a difficult thing because children are the ones who can destroy or build an inheritance, so as a father you have to be in their life. and practice equality all the time. 

Comparison with one another within the family is a recipe for hatred and disaster. I am, most, proud of my children when I sit with them and listen to how they talk about the things I believe in and cherish the most. When they do this, consciously or unconsciously, then I realize that I have done a good job. They tell me how they responded to other children who asked about their "not so normal" family. It is then that I realize that I have planted the right seed. Most importantly, I teach them to cherish being a family. I don't want them to think we live in a vacuum. Family comes first. " 

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