He questioned the criticism he received, drawing examples of King Solomon from the Bible, who famously had 700 wives and 300 concubines.
A Ghanaian man named Michael Houston has reacted after being criticized for marrying his two girlfriends on the same day, harping that his decision is a personal choice.
In a thought-provoking Facebook post, he questioned the criticism he received, drawing examples of King Solomon from the Bible, who famously had 700 wives and 300 concubines.
He explained that he held separate engagements with each family, following the customary marriage rituals and receiving blessings from religious leaders.
The grand celebration he organized was meant to publicly announce the union of his two partners, Adepa Fel Houston and Deejah Houston.
Defending his actions, he expressed his commitment to both women, speaking on their unwavering support during challenging times.
He recounted a period when his business faced a severe setback, and both partners joined forces, pooling their savings and borrowing from others to help him recover.
he emphasized his gratitude and the impossibility of choosing one over the other.
He pointed out that various religious practices exist without marriage or sexual activities, yet they are not subjected to ridicule.
Citing examples from the Bible, Michael referred to Abraham, who married his half-sister, and King Solomon, esteemed for his wisdom, who had numerous wives and concubines.
He also mentioned Moses, who brought the Ten Commandments and had multiple wives.