Misheck Nyandoro, 66, may not hold a regular job, but he works full-time “satisfying his wives.” With sixteen of them, he is kept very busy. But Nyandoro of Zimbabwe also practices a strict, four-times-per-night sex schedule, so he can produce more children. Currently, he has 151 kids between his sixteen wives, who cook, clean, and do everything Nyandoro asks of them to help keep him virile.
Although Nyandoro’s family has faced criticism for its size, the man does not plan on slowing down his family’s growth. Instead, he has high hopes of having 100 wives and 1,000 children before death finally takes him away from this place. And he is currently looking to marry his seventeenth wife, so he can produce even more children even faster than he has been with his sixteen wives.
Nyandoro lives in the Mbire Distract of Zimbabwe in the Mashonaland Central Province. He has crafted a schedule that caters to his insatiable sex drive and works to “satisfy” at least four of his wives every night. Although he does not hold a regular job, he claims to lead a luxurious lifestyle because many of his 151 children shower him with gifts and tokens of gratitude. Nyandoro is also on the hunt for young brides because they’re the only ones who can keep up with his sex drive and produce as many children as he wants.
In conversation with The Herald, a local news outlet in Zimbabwe, he said: “I go to the bedrooms that I have on my schedule. I then satisfy my wife and move onto the next room. This is my job. I have no other job. I alter my behavior in the bedroom to suit the age of each of my wives. I don’t act the same with the young ones as I do with the older ones.”
Nyandoro began his polygamist lifestyle in 1983. He plans to continue his “project (procreating)” until his life comes to an end. He also claims that his sixteen brides are all happy with the arrangement. At least two of his wives are currently pregnant with unborn children.
“My children spoil me. I’m constantly receiving gifts and cash from them and my step-sons.”
The family lives on a large farm near the Mvurwi mountains. They have 93 hectares of farmland and produce their own food. While many of Nyandoro’s children are adults, there are others who are still studying in school across Mbire, Harare, Mutare, and Guruve.
Six of his children are veterans, serving in the Zimbabwe National Army. Two others are police officers, while eleven other men hold different jobs. Thirteen of his daughters have married and are starting families of their own.
Of his twenty-three sons who are married, at least one is following in his father’s footsteps. The son currently has four wives and is looking to expand his harem like dad.
“Every one of my wives cooks for me daily, but the rule is that I only eat delicious food. Anything I feel is below standard gets thrown away. They know the rules, and they have promised not to get angry when I send their food back. Anything sent back should be a lesson that helps them improve.”
What do you think about this man’s lifestyle?
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