Man Weds Triplet Sisters On Same Day After They Asked Him To Marry All Of Them (Photos)

A polygamous man from the Democratic Republic of Congo recently married triplet sisters in a beautiful wedding ceremony.

The man, who has only been identified as Luwizo fell in love with triplet sisters Natasha, Natalie and Nadege and decided to marry them all on the same day.

During an interview, Luwizo revealed he first fell in love with Natalie and met her triplet sisters.

However, Luwizo claims that the triplets demanded that he marry them all after some time. He says he felt obliged to marry them all because they are triplets.

“I was obliged to marry to all of them because they are triplets. It wasn’t an easy decision because until now, my parents don’t understand what I’m doing.”

One of the triplets said sharing everything has been their life since childhood; hence sharing a husband was not a difficult decision for them to make.

“When we told him he had to marry all of us, he was shocked. But because he had already fallen in love with all of us, nothing could stop our plans since we were also in love with him.
“Even though people considered it impossible for three women to share one husband, to us, sharing everything has been our life since childhood.”

Meanwhile, this is not the first time this has happened. Last year, twin brothers from Rwanda made headlines after they married one wife.

The young lady whose name is identified as Marie Josiane from Rwanda was married to two male twins.

Speaking on their peculiar relationship, Marie Josiane revealed that she first dated the elder twin, who did not disclose that he had an identical brother.

She had never seen them together. One day she met, hugged and kissed the other brother without the knowledge that he was not the one she was dating.

After feeling this love from the woman, the other brother fell for her.

To the surprise of many, the woman also revealed that hate or envy does not exist between the two brothers.

The three have been staying together for the past two years and still counting.

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