One thing you’re going to have to do is put some respect on Musa Mseleku’s name. The proud polygamist, who’s married to four wives and has several children, seems to always have his family’s best interests at heart. Well, except when it comes to wanting to take more wives – a topic for another day!
This week, he showed up for his daughter Sne in a big way. After his conversation about her children’s father a few weeks ago, Musa finally got the chance to meet him. Siya, who has two children with Sne, had never been formally introduced to Musa despite being in a relationship with his daughter for “a while”.
What are your intentions?
Although he was scared of coming face to face with his girlfriend’s father, Siya eventually built up enough courage to do the right thing. What he thought would be a scolding match ended up becoming a beautiful and constructive conversation.
“I want us to sit together as men and talk. My brother, you have caused damage in my house,” Musa told him. Musa is of the view that he can’t just see children running around in his yard. “I want to know who they belong to, and how they ended up in my yard.”
He made it clear from the start that he’s not about fighting, but rather focused on protecting Sne and her children. He asked Siya about the nature of his relationship with Sne.
“Yes, we are in a relationship. It has been a while,” he replied. The protective father then went on to ask about Siya’s intentions with his daughter and grandchildren.
Musa strikes a deal with Siya
Musa explained: “Since I am raising these children, I take them as my own. The day he says he wants them, he may not get them. So, I want us to talk and understand each other.”
Siya, who was visibly shaken, admitted that he and Sne used to have problems. “However, my aim is to build a home with them. I cannot throw away my children, because I do not have any other children besides them.”
So, that means he sees a future with Musa’s daughter.
After their open and honest chat, Musa made a deal with Siya: “When you are stable, the first thing you need to do is resolve your issues regarding your children, because you are their father. If you don’t do that you would have offended me by not being trustworthy. You would have failed your children.”
That’s fair enough, right? What do you think about the way Musa handled the situation?
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