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Zimbabwean father, 66, with 16 wives and 151 children has a strict four-times-a-night sex schedule

Zimbabwean father, 66, with 16 wives and 151 children has a strict four-times-a-night sex schedule to keep his family growing

  • Misheck Nyandoro, 66, does not work and claims his job is ‘satisfying his wives’
  • Said he has to marry younger women because older brides have lower libido 
  • He hopes to one day have 100 wives and will marry his 17th in winter 2021

A Zimbabwean father who has 16 wives and 151 children has revealed he follows a strict four-times-a-night sex schedule to help keep his family growing. 

Misheck Nyandoro, 66, does not work and claims his full-time job is ‘satisfying his wives’, who cook, clean, and cater to his every desire.  

The dad-of-151 has no plans to slow down, however. He will marry his 17th bride in the winter and hopes to have 100 wives and 1,000 children before he dies.

He has complained he has to keep marrying younger women because older brides cannot keep up with his insatiable sex drive. 

He claims to lead a life of luxury and says he is showered with gifts and money by his many offspring.  

Zimbabwean father Misheck Nyandoro, 66, who has 16 wives and 151 children has revealed he follows a strict four-times-a-night sex schedule to help keep his family growing

Nyandoro, from Mbire District, Mashonaland Central Province, has designed a schedule that allows him to ‘satisfy’ at least four of his wives per night.

He told the local news outlet The Herald: ‘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. ‘

He added: ‘I alter my behaviour 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.’ 

The 66-year-old became a polygamist in 1983 and said he does not plan to stop the ‘project [reproducing]’ until he dies. 

He added all of his brides are extremely happy with their lives and at least two are pregnant.   

Nyandoro already has 151 children but plans to have at least 1,000 and keep reproducing until his dies

Nyandoro already has 151 children but plans to have at least 1,000 and keep reproducing until his dies

Financially, Nyandoro claims he is not feeling the burden of having over 150 children and explains that he has actually benefited from his giant family.

He said: ‘My children spoil me. I’m constantly receiving gifts and cash from them and my step-sons.’  

The family mainly relies on farming and has recently been allocated 93 hectares of land near the Mvurwi mountains. 

But at least 50 of his offspring are in school in Mbire, Harare, Mutare and Guruve.

Six work for the Zimbabwe National Army, two by police, 11 others are employed in different professions, and 13 of his daughters have been married off.  

He has married off 13 daughters. Two wives are pregnant. At least 23 of his sons are married, one of which is distantly following his father’s footsteps, on a count of four wives.

The 66-year-old retired war veteran claims he is not feeling the burden of having over 150 children and explains that he has actually benefited from his giant family who shower him with gifts and cater to his every need

The 66-year-old retired war veteran claims he is not feeling the burden of having over 150 children and explains that he has actually benefited from his giant family who shower him with gifts and cater to his every need

But, the polygamist claims to be living a stress-free life, he doesn’t go to work and his 16 wives all dote over him with each one of them cooking him separate meals.

He said: ‘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.’

He last got married in 2015 and then took a brief pause because of the poor economic situation in Zimbabwe, but has planned a return to weddings in 2021.    

He started the grand project after the Rhodesian bush war, in which he fought for Zimbabwean independence, because he wanted to help replenish the population.

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