John The Baptist of Bungoma: Niko Na Watoto 290,Wanawake 46, Na natafuta Msichana wa university nioe

The self-styled John the Baptist, originating from Bungoma, recently offered insights into his family life and the distinctive responsibility of overseeing a substantial family comprising more than 300 members.

During a recent interview with an online media outlet, John shared that he currently maintains relationships with 46 wives, with the unfortunate demise of 4, reducing the number to 42. His youngest wife, aged 23, has already become a mother.

In terms of progeny, John takes pride in being the father of 290 children, distributed across eight locations within Bungoma County. Notably, he mentioned that the count of his grandchildren has become immeasurable.

At the age of 83, John expressed his commitment to persist in marrying and having children, citing a divine command from God as his motivation. Identifying himself as the senior prophet who baptized Jesus Christ, he emphasized his unwavering adherence to God’s directive for humanity to procreate and fill the earth.

John, highlighting his wealth, asserted ownership of over 300 acres of land in different parts of Western Kenya, accompanied by a significant livestock inventory. He assured that the upkeep of his wives presents no challenge, given his substantial resources.

Interestingly, John claimed to satisfy his wives adequately in bed, asserting that none of them would dare to cheat on him. He attributed this confidence to his prophetic abilities, stating that he would discern any such actions. Consequently, he asserted that all his wives refrain from engaging in such behaviors out of fear.

Concluding the interview, John mentioned a divine revelation, asserting that God showed him he would live for 220 years. With over 170 years remaining, he expressed his intent to continue marrying new wives until his eventual demise.