- A Kenyan man named Hez Jakamollo warmed netizens after building his two wives beautiful houses identical to each other
- The beautiful bungalows have a similar design from the roof to the windows, exterior walls and porches
- Social media users have lauded him for raising the bar of polygamy a notch higher in a remarkable fashion
A Kenyan man has raised the bar for polygamy after building two identical houses for each of his wives.
The man identified as Hez Jakamollo shared photos of the two houses which are nearing completion and Kenyans were wowed at how they were both alike and in close proximity to each other.
In the pictures that he shared on social media, the bungalows which are just a few metres away from each other have a similar design, from the roofs to the windows, exterior walls and porches.
He said the project was slowly taking shape and would be soon completed, leaving netizens in awe with his boldness at a time when polygamy was still a matter of contention among a section of Kenyans.
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"Work in progress, slowly taking shape," he captioned the photos.
In the comment section, many Kenyans applauded him for the move, with others even giving ideas on what can be added to the homes.
Netizens hail him
Here are some of the comments:
Nancy Anyango Bensouda said:
"You can "dine" in both in one night, Multiparty, lich! Congratulations DG."
George Guda wrote:
"I am so much inspired. I think am joining the bold. Some good work jagot!"
Nick Odhiambo said:
"You need to build an underground private tunnel. Very impressive congrats!"
"This is good. Now, add another wife."
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Tina Tish Aisha Phillips wrote:
"I like the proximity of the first to the second. Very tactical. Congratulations!"
Man who married two wives opens up on why he did it
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a 34-year-old farmer who tied the knot with two ladies at once had shared the reason for going into polygamy.
The young man, who hails from Igbide in the Isoko South local government area of Delta state said that he met his first wife in 2008 and the second one in 2010.
Ekpe said his wives don't get into physical fights when they have disagreements. According to him, he settles their differences himself or calls his friends to talk to them.
He said it took so long before paying their bride price due to financial constraints, adding that he is still struggling.