“Regina will not be his last” – Reactions trail Ned Nwoko’s comment on polygamy

Ned Nwoko

Prince Chinedu Munir Nwoko, popularly known as Ned Nwoko, billionaire politician and husband to Nollywood star Regina Daniels, has aroused outrage with his comments on polygamy.

Ned Nwoko accused southern Nigerian males for contributing to prostitution in society by avoiding polygamy in an interview.

He said: “Many women are out there on their own without husbands, especially in the southern part of the country, and there is a high level of prostitution. What some of our girls do to make ends meet is regrettable and if our men emulate their northern counterparts by having more than one wife, that could probably change the situation.”

“The average southerner may have only one wife, but many girlfriends also, and he is spending his money on the girlfriends; sometimes even more than on his wife. The man, who has three wives, for instance, concentrates on them and his children; every money he makes is spent on the family and he is more likely not to have any girlfriends or concubines. The money those with several girlfriends spend on them is a gift, not an investment in the family.”

Nwoko, who has four wives and nineteen children, said he is serving Nigeria by marrying many wives. He added that he and the Ooni of Ife, Oba Enitan Ogunwusi, Ojaja II, is also doing the same thing.

Reacting to Ned Nwoko‘s opinion, Netizens have raised concerns about his manner of thinking as many asserted that Regina Daniel won’t be his last wife.

One Micheal wrote: I don’t know why, but this man dey always reminds me of the “Wise Tortoise” in our childhood tales.

One Amarachi wrote: In other words, he’s not stopping at four wives many more to come

One everything fairly used wrote: It’s not about polygamy, are you ready to unite your wives and kids? A lot of men are feeding from hand to mouth, with children who they are unable to take good care of, Atleast the rich can afford polygamy cause money stop nonsense. What do I know? Do what works for you.

One fifidesigns wrote: He has a valid point though… something wey u wan do normally u come dy use scope do am because of what people will say or religion.




One Chichi wrote: See manifesto for delta peeps! Polygamy, the way to empower single ladies

One Jame wrote: Just say you won take another wife

One little wrote: And people said Regina made the right choice because if 10m. A man that feels he’s doing you a favour

One Omomurewa wrote: So marrying jobless girls is empowerment program now? Na wetin this man wan go Dey talk for senate be this? Create jobs, provide enabling environment for women to work and thrive in their businesses then there will be less prostitution. Although some of them are into prostitution cos of lack of contentment but a lot of them are ready to work. Marrying them is not the solution, empower them to work for their own money.

One black American wrote: Can you imagine every mallam to him own kettle. I still don’t want to share my MAN!!!!

One share on official wrote: Polygamy is a bad choice but we are not ready for this conversation. For the sake of your children’s mental health please it’s bad.

One Ruth wrote: At least he’s doing openly….the ones that have wife are home still goes to the hotel with different ladies and even impregnate them leaving the wife traumatized….Wo everybody go Dey alright.

One KIng Benson wrote: Let’s talk about the effect it will have on the kids when you are no more. Most people who are a product of polygamy understands there is nothing great about it.

One Derumeh wrote: I know a man who has 4 wives and still has side chics so i don’t understand what ned is saying marrying more than one wives won’t decrease the rapid rate of prostitution,secondly will u fund these men if they are to marry more than 1 woman and fund the kids education?most men with 1 wives and 3 kids finds it difficult to to even fend for them and your here saying they shld marry more than 1 wives.

One Tracy wrote: This is a sign that Regina will not be his last. He his still counting.



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