Man Marries Triplets After They All Proposed To Him

By Getrude Mathayo / Published March 3, 2022 | 3:15 pm




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“Even though people consider it impossible for three women to share one husband, to us, sharing everything has been our life since childhood."




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The 32-year-old man, identified anonymously as Luwizo, tied the knot with the three sisters late last month in a colorful ceremony.


The concept of sister-wives is no longer taboo, even in the Bible, there were cases of men marrying sisters.

A man from Kalehe, South Kivu in the Democratic Republic of the Congo has married three sisters. Triplets, for that matter.

A Congolese man proved that good things come in threes when he married triplets all on the same day after they all reportedly proposed to him simultaneously

The 32-year-old man, identified anonymously as Luwizo, tied the knot with the three sisters late last month in a colorful ceremony.

More interesting is the story of how he met the sisters, which he narrated to Aframax English. Luwizo of Kalehe in South Kivu, the Democratic Republic of Congo says he fell in love with one of the triplets named Natalie after meeting her on Facebook.

After chatting for a while, the two then arranged a physical meeting at the girl’s home, where he met her sisters Nadege and Natasha, who soon fell in love with him but they did not make their feelings known.

From there on, Luwizo would be welcomed by one of the triplets whenever he visited Natalie’s home. The man says she was shocked to meet three identical women during the final meeting at their home to formalize his union with Natalie.

“I almost fainted. I asked them amongst all of you, who is Natalie? They told me I had met all of them on different days I visited,” Luwizo told Afrimax English.

“I became confused as I had planned to marry Natalie but what confused me was that I couldn’t marry one of the girls and leave the two behind!”

The triplets said they were comfortable marrying Luwizo because they have been close-knit since childhood.

They said that even though, people considered it impossible for three women to share one husband, to them, sharing everything has been their life since childhood.

“At first, 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 couldn’t stop our plans since we were also in love with him,” Natalie was quoted as saying.

“Even though people consider it impossible for three women to share one husband, to us, sharing everything has been our life since childhood.”

Luwizo’s parents were unhappy with his decision to marry the sisters and did not attend the wedding celebrations.

“You have to lose something in order to gain another. In addition, one has their preferences and their own way of doing things,” Luwizo said of his parents’ decision to skip his big day. He added: “I’m happy to marry the triplets no matter what others think…. Love has no limits.”

The triplets said they feared their future husbands would separate them, terming their marriage to Luwizo a “dream come true.”

“Our dream came through. We thought we would be separated by marriage, but God heard prayers,” said Natalie.

In the bible, there was a story of Jacob who fell in love with Rachel, the youngest daughter of Laban, and worked for seven years to marry her. But Laban tricked him to marry his older daughter Leah. Jacob agreed to work for another seven years to marry Rachel.

Unfortunately, Rachel could not bear children and she gave Jacob her servant Bilhah as a wife. Leah also gave her servant Zilpah to Jacob, who had children with her. Rachel was blessed with a son, Joseph, who became Jacob’s favorite child.

Rachel then conceived a second son, but she died giving birth. She named her new son Ben-Oni, meaning ‘son of my mourning,’ but Jacob renamed him, Benjamin. The four women bore 12 sons and one daughter, Dinah.






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