Men in Kenya are allowed to marry a number of wives and polygamy is widespread amongst conventional and Muslim communities within the nation
Identical Cate, Eve and Mary revealed in an interview in native Kenya firstly of April that every one three of them plan to marry fortunate Stevo within the close to future.
It was Cate who first met Stevo after which launched him to her two sisters.
The three are reportedly pursuing a profession in gospel music, regardless of most Christian teams rejecting the follow of polygamy and upholding monogamy as the best.
Stevo stated: “I’m a faithful generous man and everything about me comes big, even blessings; that 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.
“I’m all the time sincere and trustworthy and my exes had left as a result of I instructed them that I wished so as to add yet another.
“I don’t want to cheat, I want to add and coincidentally blessings just came my way when I wanted them.”
Stevo revealed the 4 had been collectively for half as many months.
He stated: “It’s barely two months and we are living a day at a time.
“We be taught from each other; we’re taking our time.”
The triplets revealed they adhere to a timetable as to 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’re sufficient for him and we aren’t going to permit him to deliver one other one.
“So it’s a happy family.”
Stevo denied it being laborious work having three women on the go, saying: “Why do people doubt the fact of me satisfying three ladies, there is no big deal.
“So for me only a week, they’re three. Every Monday Mary, Tuesday Cate and Eve Wednesday. Then on the weekend we meet all of us and have a very good time.”
The sisters revealed it is the very 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 1st May 2014.
The practice is said to be common among traditional and Muslim communities in the country.