He Has 102 Children, And His Announcement Has Stunned Every Last….


A Ugandan farmer with 102 children and 568 grandchildren from 12 wives has finally decided to call it quits on family expansion.

67-year-old Musa Hasahya has now requested that his wives use birth control so they can afford to purchase food.

“My income has become increasingly lower over the years due to rising living costs, and my family has grown increasingly larger,” he explained.


“My income has become lower and lower over the years due to the rising cost of living, and my family has become bigger and bigger,” he finally realized.

“I married one after the other. How can a man be satisfied with just one woman,” Musa asked a reporter.

As per reports, he lives with his family in Uganda’s capital, Lusaka where Polygamy is legal. His eldest child is 21 years his senior compared to his youngest wife.

“I’m not having any more children,” said his youngest wife, Zulaika, mother of 11 of his children. “I’m taking the birth control pill because I’ve seen the bad financial situation.”

Musa’s first marriage was to his wife Hanifa in 1971 when he was only 16. After tying the knot, he dropped out of school, and two years later, he welcomed his first baby girl.

Life opened up for Musa, and he launched a business and got land, and then decided to expand his family.

After decades of enlarging his clan, his fortunes turned for the worst, and he is now unable to look after his large family. He is now appealing to the government for assistance as he’s struggling to fund the education of all of his children.

Musa keeps a tight house. All twelve of his wives live in the same house because he wants to be able to “monitor” them and keep a close watch on the women whom he has fallen in love with over the years. He hopes that by keeping them close at all times, he can stop his wives from leaving him to go elope with other men.

Along with his wives, around a third of Hasahya’s children, aged between 6 and 51, live on his farm with him. All the wives stay in one house so he can keep an eye on them, so they don’t leave him for another man.

Hopefully, the farmer doesn’t plant any more seeds.

Sources: AWM, TheSun

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