This article is about the "biggest family in Ghana", currently consisting of about 43 wifes and over 200 children.This family can be located in Tongo, the capital of Talensi district in the Upper East region of Ghana.
Kofi Adomah the host of Angel FM'S morning show "Anopa Bofo)" had an interview with the "biggest family in Ghana" in the Upper East region to uncover more details about them.
The family has over 200 children.According to the interview, the people claim they only count boys.This means that the girls wasn't added,so image the number if the girls are added to the over 200 male children.The girls are not counted because they will leave the family when they also marry but the males stay.The family as they claim is sustained with farming and animal rearing.
Despite the huge number the family posses,the family is peacefully maintained without any conflicts.The secret is that,the women understand each other and respect each other's views.They also take other's children as their own.This is how they maintain a peaceful coexistence.And their husbands also treats them well.
Below are pictures of where they live.
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