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Tuesday, 27 June 2017

Meet the 65yr old Ugandan man with 176 children, 90 grandkids, 13 wives, 10 girlfriends and is still expecting more kids

If you are looking for the 'most fruitful' man in Africa, you would have to travel all the way down to Uganda to meet 65-year- old Mustafa Magambo Mutone. He's a proud father of 176 children, 90 grandchildren and has 13 wives and 10 girlfriends.

According to Mustafa, he's having financial challenges to train all of them and wants the Government to support some of his 176 children.
“I have tried to feed my 13 wives and over 170 children and it is not easy. I request the Government to at least sponsor 30 of my children in secondary schools and tertiary institutions,” Mutone, a businessman and a resident of Kyaterekera trading centre in Kagadi district, said.
He added that he has over 40 children in primary school and has plans to establish his own nursery and primary school in Kyaterekera sub-county. He says he has about 10 children in the universities (Makerere, Mbarara and Kyambogo), most of them on private sponsorship. Mutone has five pairs of twins among his children. His children will hit the 180 mark by the end of the year because six of his wives are pregnant.

Mutone, a Mubwisi by tribe, is the chairman of Kyaterekera A village. He was born on January 1, 1952 in Kiryabwenju, Nyamiti parish, Muhorro town council in Kagadi district. His first marriage was in 1968 at 16 years of age.

In an interview with Ugandan's New Vision, he explained that he is still strong enough to marry more wives and bear more children, since he does not drink alcohol, smoke or take sugar. 

Mutone, who deals in produce (beans, maize and coffee), also owns a wholesale shop at Kyaterekera trading centre. He says some of his wives are working as midwives at Mulago Hospital and Mbarara Hospital and in Rwanda.
"Two of my wives who gave birth to twins are in Kampala and Isingiro, working as midwives, while another two — Haniffer Kabasomi and Jane Tuhaise — work as nurses. My youngest wife is 25, and the eldest is 50, but I had about 10 girlfriends before I married officially and they all delivered the same year,” Mutone said.
According to him,  his first born child is 49 years old, while the youngest are four-year-old twins. He further noted that he has over 90 grandchildren. The grey-haired Mutone, said he has a special book where he records every child born whether within the country or outside, because he has some wives in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Rwanda, and Burundi.

He said one of the challenges he faces is the long distance as some of his women live in different parts of the country.

 ‘’I receive about 10 calls every day from different wives who want attention but I cannot be everywhere. I have seven wives in Kagadi alone,” he said. “I do not have any challenge of supporting them because some of them support themselves since they work,” Mutone said.

Madina Tibasiima, 45, one of his wives who has nine children, said she has not faced any problems with a big family because most of her children are working as soldiers, civil servants, and nurses. She, however, said her younger children need school fees; some are in primary school and others in secondary school. 

One of Mutone’s sons, Kyaise Suwedi, 40, the Gombolola internal security officer of Kyaterekera, said his monthly salary caters for some of his brothers’ education.
“We were groomed by our father to be responsible, have good morals and work hard. The only challenge is the big number of dependants of other wives who have children aged between four and 13 years,’’ Kyaise said.
While another son, Muhamad Byarufu, aged 45,  said he owns a business and helps pay school fees of some of his younger brothers. 
"We have a programme of starting up a school with our father, since some of my brothers are teachers. We will not find a problem hiring teachers and having pupils to teach. Some of my young brothers are in primary elsewhere and some children of our stepmothers are of school-going age. They can fill the classes,’’ he said.

Two months ago, we also reported about a Ugandan lady identified as Mariam Nabatanzi Babirye who has 38 children, most of them twins, triplets and quadruplets and she gave birth to all of them at home. Read here

19 comments:

whitefalcon said...

He certainly did not fathered all the 176 children, if I lie he should carry out DNA on them. Any man who is raising a polygamous home is certainly encouraging infidelity.

Zizi0283 said...

Odiegwu! You want make government arrange for your family and on top of that come dey boast how you go still born more join...on top 180??? wehdone sir! But the oldest wife be 50 years and the oldest child take be 49 years??? I've already developed a migraine...

emenikeguvnor said...

I can only weep for Africans. Just imagine!

Anonymous said...

He had 10 girlfriends before official marriage. Always read to understand.

Anonymous said...

He had girlfriends who all give birth the same year, before he got married officially.

Anonymous said...

Half of the kids are not his.

Cornelius Chukwu said...

Incredible, Sir add three to your girl friends list to Parr 13 Wives and 13 Girl friends, Guinness would come knocking on your door.

Anonymous said...

He said he had girlfriends who were pregnant for him before he married them. His 1st wife may not be pregnant immediately so his girlfriends or 2nd wife got preg before the first wife.
The guy is crazy he is waiting for govt support. See how he is putting his older children into unnecessary pressure to pay for his younger children fees when they can plan their future.how many can they pay for. Alot of them will end up as drop out to support the family. Even the most wealthy ones like bill gates and mark no marry plenty wife na this irresponsible one looking for govt support soon he will add private support.

Anonymous said...

How about the government has him forcefully castrated ASAP, for everybody's sakes? Clearly, this man is a public nuisance and should be incarcerated. Abi the fool believe say na only am get penis?

Agbomen said...

Nonsense! And he takes pride in this. I bet a rich no of those kids are not even his. Foolish old man.

baby girl said...

he start yeye man

Anonymous said...

He is populating the earth.... Ugandans can bare children shaa...but I doubt if he is the biological father to all those children especially with almost all his wives and girlfriends scattered all over in and outside the country.... He tried shaa..

Housed-On-Water said...

Some kids are even crying, others are in shock, confused as to what could be happening. Some schools dont have this number from KG1 to jss3. Just look at these poor kids whose destinies have been artificially re-written by this man's selfish sexual desires. How many of them will complete university? How many will become astute scholars. Who scholar help sef. Im sure musicians are there likewise government officials and military men. I wish no bad for these lovely angels.

Anonymous said...

SOOO.....MAKE GOVT HELP U BAH? T F U (THUNDER FIRE U)

nony bright said...

Lol..government? Lmao!!

Anonymous said...

Women are 3 for #10 there, so cheap that #100 can give you any size with 2 for bonus .

Obariase Ogbemudia said...

Government assistanceđŸ˜’đŸ˜’ ? Did the government help him impregnate his wives? Imagine the nonsense. Asking for government support, like what he has done is an achievement. Any man can have that many kids, but few men are this irresponsible.

Chukwuogor Chinwe said...

ONLY IN AFRICA! SOO MUCH IGNORANCE

Agatha Nwaeke said...

This is pure, solid nonsense

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