Source: Reference: https://tinyurl.com/yce8j64f https://www.thesouthafrican.com/lifestyle/celeb-news/musa-mseleku-my-son-mpumelelo-mseleku-is-set-to-marry-his-two-girlfriends/
When people say that children imitate their parents' actions and behave in the same manner as they observe at home, they are speaking the truth. This revelation lends credence to what has recently transpired at the home of the well-known polygamist Musa Mseleku. Mpumelelo Mseleku, whose father, Musa Mseleku, was a polygamist, has come forward to reveal the family's secret. Musa, a man who already has four wives and ten children, has recently encouraged his children to engage in polygamy so that the Mseleku surname can continue in their family. Mpumelelo recently shared with the Daily Sun that he is considering popping the question to both of his girlfriends in order to demonstrate that "the apple doesn't fall far from the tree."
Mpumelelo thinks it's "wonderful" that his two girlfriends, Vuyokazi Nciweni and Nompumelelo Makhanya, have just come clean about their agreement to be in a polygamous marriage. Vuyokazi Nciweni and Nompumelelo Makhanya are his wives. Vuyokazi and Mpumelelo are married and have a child together, but they currently reside in two different cities within South Africa: she is based in Cape Town, and he is located in Durban.
He stated in an interview with the Daily Sun that he is putting money away so that he can marry his girlfriends and give them lobola. He explained that he would not be able to pay the total amount on his own, but that his father would help pay for a portion of it.
My inheritance is the only thing I have at the moment, and I intend to use it to purchase Lobola. Second, my father and I have come to the conclusion that our conversations about ilobola are strictly confidential and should not be shared with anyone else. According to what Mpumelelo said, "My mother, MaYeni, has no idea what is going on." Mpumelelo has stated that he and his girlfriends will finally get together in December. This is because he intends to spend Christmas in South Africa with his girlfriends.
The son of Musa Mseleku has wed two lovely women who each have their own children from previous relationships. He has followed in the footsteps of his father.
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