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  • Updated: May 18, 2021

'Polygamy Saves The Society' - Ned Nwoko

'Polygamy Saves The Society' - Ned Nwoko

Ned Nwoko, politician and husband of Nollywood screen diva, Regina Daniels, has said that the polygamist nature of the Northerners has helped increase their population.

In a recent interview with BBC, Nwoko noted that marrying more than one wife helps save society and also prevents women from going into immoral acts such as prostitution.

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The erstwhile senator-elect pointed out that although the South doesn't allow polygamy, Southern men have numerous girlfriends.

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He said, “The average Northerner marrying two, three, four women, they are helping the society because it is the economic downturn that has affected so many women who you see doing prostitution and all that. But the fallacy of it all is that Christianity does not allow that in the South and yet, the average Southern man has 10 girlfriends.”

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“I love my culture as I know it, not as they are trying to dilute it. Igbo culture is wonderful and should be promoted the way it has always been.

"But even looking at that, look at your population in Nigeria and what I will call the 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.”

In December, Nwoko had revealed that he loves children a lot and his wives know this, so he can marry more wives to get more children in the future and it’s not a problem.

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