Ann Grace Aguti, daughter of one Pastor Peter Ogwang aka Ikwenyar of Christ Foundation Ministries in Uganda has stirred reactions on social media after getting married to three men and allocating huts for them.
Aguti them three out of the seven tiny huts in her compound in Amugagara, Kumel in Mukura sub-county, Ngora district.
The 36-year-old has attracted the wrath of her father who mobilised clan members to intervene, saying the practice is unacceptable in the Teso community.
Aguti who is a mother of three defended her actions as she said she was married like other women.
“My husband was useless and I remained the breadwinner. When I left him, I started looking for that special someone, but I have not yet found him because even now, I have to feed the men that I have. So, my search continues.” She told New Vision.
However, the husbands ; Richard Alich, John Peter Oluka and Michael Enyaku, told Sunday Vision that they have no problem with the arrangement.
They regard Aguti as the head of the family, dine together during meals and obey her instructions, including observing the conjugal rights roster.
Apparently, Aguti had more men, but dismissed some due to lack of discipline.
How they met Alich, a widower, is a retired police officer with 10 grown-up children.
Oluka, alias Abaafu, is a fairly well-off peasant, who has a home in the same village. Enyaku is a senior bachelor, who also has land and a home in another village.
Alich told Sunday Vision that he met Aguti when she was returning home from Brac Uganda, Ngora branch, where she had gone to process a loan.
Oluka, the other husband, told Sunday Vision that being from the same village, he knew Aguti had a number of men.
“I met her at a swamp where I was grazing my cows and joked about her taking me on as a husband too — and that was it. She allocated me a hut,” he said.
“We have lived harmoniously for close to a year now. I have no problem with my co-husbands. The consensus among us is that mummy (Aguti) determines the duty (sex) roster and her decision is final,” Oluka said.