deT is promised to Comrade 27th. By yours truly. I mean, I am the big brother here, the Muko and go between, who has been promised 50 heads of cattle, for my family, ahem, (and the bribe of a car, or two for myself) to bless the marriage. Giving away my luscious, lovely, white sister from across the waters.
Oh, Comrade will pay the bride price. After all he has promised. A man of his word.
And, him being a good African man, and apparently unmarried at the moment, (well, not officially, as far as I know), deT will be the first wife.
Oh, she will cry and throw a tantrum, and kick and promise hell and heaven. But sooner or later, the good African Comrade will soon add to his harem. Dont worry deT, the first wife always has a position of honour. And you are white, after all!!!!!!!
Comrade is not a moslem. So, he does not have to stop at the religion sanctioned 4 wives. And, since we do not have sharia law here, he will not be threatened with stonning to death. And of course he can marry more than the 86 wives that this Nigerian had. Nothing in the law of the land to prevent him. Only the strength of his, err, libido.
So, how does it feel being the first of 86? [have to hide somewhere from this sister of uncertain temper now, so you will forgive me as I hike off for a short holiday...]
Oh, here is the article
A Nigerian religious leader with 86 wives has accepted an Islamic decree ordering him to divorce all but four of them, local authorities say.
A spokesman for the emir of Bida told the BBC that Mohammadu Bello Abubakar, 84, agreed on Saturday to comply with the decree.
Last week one of Nigeria's top Islamic bodies, the Jamatu Nasril Islam, sentenced him to death.
The sentence was lifted but he was threatened with eviction from his home.
Earlier, Mr Abubakar had challenged Islamic scholars, saying there was no punishment stated in the Koran for having more than four wives.
"I have not contravened any established law that would warrant my being banished from the land... There is no law that says one must not marry more than four wives," the AFP news agency reported him as saying.
"All my wives are with children and some of these are people I have married and stayed with for over 30 years. How can they expect me to leave them within two days?" he reportedly told local newspapers.
The former teacher and Islamic preacher lives in Niger State with his wives and at least 170 children.
Niger is one of the Muslim majority states to have reintroduced Sharia punishments since 2000.
Several people have been sentenced to death for adultery by Sharia courts but none of these sentences have been carried out.