MP, Ras Mubarak marries Algerian Biochemist as second wife (Photos)

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It has been confirmed that Member of Parliament (MP) for Kumbungu Constituency, Ras Mubarak has married an Algerian Biochemist as his second wife.

This news was broken by a cousin to the legislator and Chief Executive Officer(CEO) of Irbard Security Consult, Alhaji Irbard Ibrahim who took to social media to announce that his “unapologetic” polygamist cousin had taken a second wife.

“My unapologetic polygamist 1st cousin and MP for Kumbungu has taken a second wife in accordance with Islamic teachings.

Our second wife is an Arab biochemist from Algeria. Just like Dr Nkrumah tapped into the Arab breed by taking Egyptian Fathiyya and remains a great man in history, may my cousin’s new Algerian wife bring more blessings to him, the family, Ghana and his political career. Love is in the air”

It would be recalled that in February 2018, Ras Mubarak walked down the aisle with one Huseina, daughter of the Member of Parliament (MP) for Asawase, Alhaji Mohammed Muntaka Mubarak in Kumasi, the Ashanti Regional capital.

In accordance with Islamic teachings, a man is allowed to marry more than one if he is capable of catering for them but it is however frowned on to marry beyond four, so the Member of Parliament still has two slots to fill.

See photos below:

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