• Letoo says it is not a must for someone who supports polygamy to marry many wives.
• He currently has one wife after partying ways with his first wife.
Senior Citizen TV, editor Stephen Letoo says Kenyans should embrace polygamy as it will help curb femicides and infidelity in relationships.
Speaking during an interview with Citizen Digital, the outspoken journalist shared that;
"How many murder cases have you heard this year?
Polygamy will sort cheating and spouses killing their partners, the killings are becoming a pandemic.
women are the stumbling blocks to polygamy. Polygamy is the African Way of life."
" Just because one supports polygamy doesn't mean they will marry many wives.
It means when the time comes and I want to marry another wife, allow me to."
Letoo also warned that men should stop wasting time on dates that are not productive.
"If the first date, the person doesn't cooperate, don't keep pushing that life. Accept and move on. Don't waste your time in one space, the person who embraces you on the first date, songa na yeye.
Don't waste your time chatting with someone who is not cooperating with you," he said.
Letoo says that life is how it is adding that people should learn to accept changes.
"In life, you must walk faster. If something is not working, don't waste too much. Go do something if it calls you back, you can change and come back,"
The journalist says his family is polygamous adding that the only challenge is when the man chooses to love one woman more than the other.
In Kenya, several politicians have embraced polygamy. Those with more than one wife include; Ex-Governor Wycliffe Oparanya, Senator Boni Khlwale, the late Kibor, and Francis Atwoli among others.
These men have on different occasions flaunted their wives in public and we must commend them for that.
Do you agree with Letoo that women are the stumbling blocks to polygamy?
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