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Wednesday, 21 June 2017

Man With Over 100 Children Proposes Mistakenly To His Daughter

An 80-year-old farmer in Eastern Ghana who has 12 wives and over one hundred children, almost committed inc*st with his own daughter after proposing to her.

The octogenarian, who is still exploring to have more wives, has given birth to over 100 children with 12 women over half his life.

On the occasion of 2017 Father’s Day, the children and the wives, all of who are married to him in a polygamous marriage, marched to Asilenu’s residence on Sunday.

“If I get a lady today, I will marry her and have more children. As for men, even in old age we can still father children. I’m not impotent,” Asilenu told TV3’s Portia Gabor who spent some time with the family on Father’s Day.

Unfortunately, Asilenu has lost track of his family- He’s unable to mention the name of all his children.
When Portia Gabor asked him to do a roll call, he got stuck along the line in mentioning their names. And it was thus not surprising that he proposed marriage to one of her daughters who he met in town.

But for the awareness of his daughter, Asilenu would have committed inc*st by having amorous relationship with her own daughter, unknowingly though.

One of his sons narrated how his father proposed to one of his sisters and the interesting excuse Mr Asilenu gave when it emerged that he is the father of the lady he had expressed love to.

“He [Asilenu] met the lady and said he loved her…..and later on, the lady said she was his daughter,” she told Portia Gabor, adding “he [Asilenu] said his eyes were worrying him, that was why he didn’t notice it was her own daughter and we laughed over it”.

The son also suspects they are more than 100 children: “In fact we’re plenty, we’re almost 100 and something” he told Portia.

Just like their father, some of the children do not know their numerical placement in the family.

Portia Gabor asked one of his daughters, Mary Asilenun, where she place in the family numerically and she simply laughed and responded, “…I can’t remember”.

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