ESWATINI MP MIKE TEMPLE RUBBISHES REPORTS THAT KING MSWATI HAS MADE A LAW THAT ALL SWATI MALES SHOULD HAVE TWO WIVES

Hon. Mike TempleBy Kadama Malunde - Malunde 1 blog
Eswatini MP and Chairman of CMFA at Pan- African Parliament,Hon. Senator Mike Temple rubbishes reports that his Majesty the King Mswati III has made a law that all Swati males should have two or more wives otherwise you thrown in jail by June 2019. 

Speaking on Wednesday, May 15,2019 at the ongoing African Parliament in Johannesburg, South Africa, Eswatini MP, Hon.Mike Temple said for journalists to say that King Mswati III has passed a law...

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