Man with 90 wives, 133 children, says “It is an assignment and I will keep doing it”

Man with 90 wives, 133 children, says “It is an assignment and I will keep doing it”

Bello Abubakar Masaba, the octogenarian from Bida in Niger State who came into prominence through his plenty wives and large numbers of children, has said he would continue to procreate and add to his harem.

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Masaba stated this while denying media report of his death in series of telephone conversations with newsmen.

“What I am doing is divine. It is an assignment and I will keep doing it till the end of time. I just want to advise those fighting against me to stop because such people are waging war against God, their Creator,” he said.

In total Masaba married 107 wives but divorced 10 of them. He has 185 children but 55 of his children are late.


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