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Set of identical triplets agree to marry one man

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A Kenyan man is about to tie the knot with a set identical triplet sisters – Cate, Eve, and Mary.

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It was Cate who first met Stevo and then introduced him to her two sisters. The three are reportedly pursuing a career in gospel music, despite most Christian groups rejecting the practice of polygamy and upholding monogamy as the ideal.

“I’m a faithful, generous man, and everything about me comes big, even blessings; that’s why they call me big man Stevo. I tend to believe that my love was not meant for one girl, and I was born a polygamous person, and that everyone knows,” Stevo said.

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“I’m always honest and faithful, and my exes had left because I told them that I wanted to add one more. I don’t want to cheat, I want to add, and coincidentally blessings just came my way when I wanted them.”

Stevo revealed that the four had been together for half as many months. He said: “It’s barely two months, and we are living a day at a time. We learn from one another; we are taking our time.”

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The triplets revealed that they adhere to a timetable to determine which one of them spends the night with Stevo on a given date. They also said they had no plans to let anyone else into the fold, saying: “The three of us, we are enough for him, and we are not going to allow him to bring another one. So it’s a happy family.”

Stevo denied it being hard work having three ladies on the go, saying: “Why do people doubt the fact of me satisfying three ladies, there is no big deal. So for me, just a week, they are three. Every Monday, Mary, Tuesday, Cate, and Eve Wednesday. Then on the weekend we all meet and have a good time.”

The sisters revealed that it is the first time all three are in a relationship with the same man. In March 2014, the Kenyan Parliament passed a bill allowing men to marry multiple wives, with the bill coming into effect on May 1, 2014. The practice is said to be common among traditional and Muslim communities in the country.

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