- Ned Nwoko, the husband of Regina Daniels, has made a passionate case for polygamy, saying it does much good
- The man said that marrying more than one wife is a very effective way of keeping women in check in society
- Nwoko argued that multiple marriages have really helped the north and given them a major position in Nigeria
Ned Nwoko, the billionaire hubby of Nollywood actress, Regina Daniels, has revealed why he likes having more than one wife and getting young women.
Ned added that despite Christianity forbidding a southerner from marrying more than one, he still goes around to have multiple girlfriends secretly.
The man added that the polygamy practice is the main reason why the north has a major population in the country.
“But even looking at that, look at your population in Nigeria and what I will call economy of marriage, as an Igbo man with one wife, four children, a Northerner has four wives with five children each, in the next 10 years, 20 years, imagine the population of the Northerners.”
He revealed that when a man marries more than one woman, he is helping his society to grow.
He said that education has discouraged many from practising polygamy even though it is very much against the African culture.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that though Nwoko may often be criticised for the many women he has, there is no doubt that the billionaire really knows how to take care of them and spend time with each of them.
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Ahead of his wife Laila's big day, he decided to have a fun time with the beautiful woman as they stepped out for a private dinner.
In a video spotted on social media, Nwoko and Laila were seen at an expensive restaurant. The couple sat opposite each other as they dug into their delicious food.
The billionaire who was on a yellow cap stretched his fork towards his wife. Laila then stood up a bit to eat what her husband offered.