A polyamorous farmer, 67, has declared he’s done having children — after fathering 102 — because of the “rising cost of living.”
Musa Hasahya — who also has 568 grandchildren — has asked all 12 of his wives to go on the birth control pill to avoid another pregnancy because he claims he is unable to feed his massive family, The Sun reports.
Hasahya — who lives in Lusaka, Uganda, where polygamy is legal — says his salary doesn’t stretch as far anymore.
“My income has become lower and lower over the years due to the rising cost of living, and my family has become bigger and bigger,” he moaned.
All of Hasahya’s wives reportedly live in the same house as him, with the farmer saying that makes it easier for him to “monitor them and also stop them [from] eloping with other men in this village.”
“I married one woman after another. How can a man be satisfied with one woman?” he wondered.
Hasahya’s youngest wife, Zulaika, who is 21 years younger than his oldest child and a mother of 11 of his children, claimed: “I’m not having any more children.
“I’ve seen the bad financial situation and am now taking the birth control pill,” she added, per media outlets.
A third of the farmer’s children — who are between 6 and 51 years old — reportedly reside with him on the farm.