Three days ago, Mr. Uroko of Benue State died from being raped by his six wives. Well, four actually because he died in action as one wife was still on her way to the bed, and the other had not even begun her journey yet, so something tells me that she might still be horny. Mr. Uroko – according to this article – was a successful man and a philanthropist. His love for sex encouraged him to acquire more women.
On the day of his death (Tuesday, July 24th 2012), Mr. Uroko had just come back home and decided that he wanted to spend the night with his youngest wife, Odachi. Unknown to him, the other five wives had already had a meeting that they would get theirs that night too, by hook or by crook. So while inside Odachi’s room, the other wives attacked with sticks and knives, demanding that they all be sexed at once. Mr. Uroko tried to resist them, but they over powered him.
One by one, they climbed him and got theirs. The plan was that they would start from the youngest wife and go up. I’m assuming this means that Odachi was the first one to go. But while the fifth wife was still on her way, he stopped breathing and died. The wives – except Odachi – ran away. They have caught two of the runaway wives, while three – I assume – are still at large.
Now, tell me why one man will marry six wives when he only has one penis. Yes, I know that the culture permits and encourages it. But does that mean that you must marry more than one wife? One … two … three … six?! For one man??? It’s hard for me to feel sympathy for this man. After all, if it were one of his wives that died in the course of sex, he would have probably just replaced her with a seventh wife. One wife is a lot of trouble. Six wives are six times the trouble.
One man, one penis and six women and six vaginas and twelve breasts. See, the math just doesn’t add up.