50-year-old man marries 6 women in one ceremony with plans to add 8 more

50-year-old man marries 6 women in one ceremony with plans to add 8 more

- Gobela Faniyakhe, a 50-year-old man has married six women in one grand ceremony

- The rich man indicates that he spent about N17,081,6445 on the wedding and plans to add eight more wives

- According to Gobela, there is no timetable by which he goes to bed with his wives because he wants each one to keep expecting him always

A 50-year-old South African man, Gobela Faniyakhe who hails from Umhlabuyalingana at Northern KZN has caused a massive stir by marrying six women in one ceremony.

Adomonline.com reports that the current number was supposed to be eight but two of the women indicated to him that they were not yet ready.

The ladies' man further affirms that he would add the two later during the year. According to the 50-year-old, the ultimate dream is to have 14 wives which he is working towards and would be able to achieve this in the near future.

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Gobela goes on to say that he spent a whopping N17,081,6445 on the wedding with the six women whose names and ages are Sibongile Zikhali (49), Hloniphile Ndlanzi (26), Celiwe Ndlanzi (26), Nikiwe Khumalo (38), Thandi Khumalo (30) and Zanele Shabalala (49).

According to the rich man, all the six wives together with their 21 children would reside with him and in the same house.

Hloniphile, one of the youngest of the wives who is 26, spoke in an interview saying, “We were excited when baba broke the news to us [about the marriage]. We couldn’t wait for the big day and thank our ancestors the function went well."

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As for the sleeping arrangements with his wives, the man said he doesn’t have a timetable. “No one knows where I’m going to sleep, so I keep them guessing. I do this so none one of the wives cheats. They all expect my knock,” Gobela said.

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While on the subject of relationships, popular Ghanaian lawyer Maurice Ampaw has shared the view that jealousy is a glue that holds every amorous relationship together and the absence of it could mean that there is no love in a relationship.

CelebritiesBuzz reports that the seasoned lawyer made the statements on a popular programme called the DaybreakHitz on Hitz FM in Accra.

It is said that love experts share the popular lawyer's view to an extent. It is indicated that according to experts, jealousy to a certain manageable degree is acceptable and necessary in every relationship.

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