On the real, I just don’t know whether to see him as the luckiest man in the world but to have three women fall for you at a time isn’t something that comes really easy.

This is the story of these Kenyan triplets who have confessed their love to one young man. They all claim to be in love with him and tend to settle down with him.

According to report as narrated by them, Cate was the first among the three to have met the man and then shared her experience with her siblings.

She said “I saw him and told Mary about it before Eve also learnt about him and fell for him. We are planning to marry him and he is ready for it as well.”

People are asking if the man has the strength to take care of these three beautiful looking young ladies.

Stories that have morals and messages behind them are always powerful. In fact, it’s crazy just how powerful a 200 word story can be.

Our last article of short stories became so popular, that we decided to create another list, in which every story has a simple moral behind it.

The 10 Best Short Moral Stories

Some of these stories are very short and basic. In fact some are so basic they’re most likely featured in children’s books somewhere. However, the strength of the message remains the same.

Here are some more of the best short moral stories:

1. An Old Man Lived in the Village

An old man lived in the village. He was one of the most unfortunate people in the world. The whole village was tired of him; he was always gloomy, he constantly complained and was always in a bad mood.

The longer he lived, the more bile he was becoming and the more poisonous were his words. People avoided him, because his misfortune became contagious. It was even unnatural and insulting to be happy next to him.

He created the feeling of unhappiness in others.

But one day, when he turned eighty years old, an incredible thing happened. Instantly everyone started hearing the rumour:

“An Old Man is happy today, he doesn’t complain about anything, smiles, and even his face is freshened up.”

The whole village gathered together. The old man was asked:

Villager: What happened to you?

“Nothing special. Eighty years I’ve been chasing happiness, and it was useless. And then I decided to live without happiness and just enjoy life. That’s why I’m happy now.” – An Old Man

Moral of the story:

Don’t chase happiness. Enjoy your life.

The lives of the rich and famous seem perfect from afar, but most people don’t think about how awful it is to be a popular target for unhinged legal actions that anyone can file without the help of an attorney.

From Beyoncé being accused of black magic to Jay-Z being sued for his signature hand gesture, check out this gallery to see the craziest lawsuits people have filed against celebrities.


Kimberly Thompson, who worked as Beyoncé’s drummer for seven years, filed for a restraining order, claiming the star used “Extreme witchcraft, Dark magic” and “Magic spells of sexual molestation.”

Beyoncé, Kim Kardashian, and Mariah Carey

A woman named Tina Seals filed a lawsuit against not one but all three of these superstars, alleging that she is the real mother to their children.

The lawsuits sought a record deal for her (real) son with Kanye West, vocal sessions with Carey’s coach, and for Carey’s label to produce five CDs for her, with Carey featured on one.

Psalm Adjeteyfio who rose to prominence in the early 2000’s for featuring in a Series dubbed TAXI has been confirmed death after heart failure.

Ace broadcaster and sports journalist Kofi Asare Brako has confirmed the news on his Facebook page.

He sadly announced a few minutes ago thus;

Rest in peace, Psalm Adjeteyfio, a.k.a. . The veteran Ghanaian actor Psalm Adjeteyfio revealed a couple of weeks ago that he has been diagnosed with end-stage heart failure which has indirectly placed a limit to his lifespan. He passed away this morning at his Ayikuma home, the source said.

Before his death, Psalm Adjeteyfio has hit back at those ridiculing him for going public to beg for funds to alleviate his penury despite acting for close to three decades yet has nothing to show for it.

In a lengthy conversation with Graphic Showbiz recently, Psalm Adjeteyfio said while there was the impression that he was very irresponsible contrary to widespread mainstream perception which has ultimately earned him criticisms from some quarters, the opposite is what holds truism.

In response, he said;

“It’s unfortunate that people say such things. When I hear such comments it tells me that such people lack experience, they are not grown and are not mature. I have rented a three-bedroom house before and was driving an old jalopy taking my children to school before going for lectures at the University of Ghana, Legon.

I trained as a teacher, I was earning a salary and acting at the same time and making some extra money but as the saying goes, time changes. Situations will arise and I suffered some untold difficulties. I had been very sick with this disease arthritis which is very painful, right now I am receiving treatment for heart failure and I have been in this situation for the past three and a half to four years.

I have been seeing a doctor at 37 Military Hospital and if it were in the US, I would be on the waiting list for a heart transplant. I have consumed more than 6,000 tablets and capsules and I am still on medication and you know medications have their side effects.

My body itself lacks strength, I am not very strong but I thank the Almighty that I am alive. So when somebody asks what did he do with his money? I have children and I pay rent. I have family and I take care of my family as well, my son fell sick recently and I was charged GH¢9,000 but through these donations, I have been able to pay that debt.

So you don’t ask a man with children what he did with his money that means you lack maturity. When I fell very sick, our minds were off the electricity because they don’t bring us bills in this area only for them to bring us a bill of GH¢4,500 and now they say our bill proper is GH¢8,000 so if you ask me what do I do with my money, sometimes I get irritated.

And they say things like I shot Taxi Driver, I acted in movies etc, do you know what I have been through? I am a very responsible man,” he said.
Psalm Adjeteyfio was, however, very grateful for the support he had received and said he was even bewildered. “It never crossed my mind that things will turn out this way because I only prayed in my room when the landlord was demanding his rent and I didn’t know how to pay because I had nothing.
Usually, when someone wants to interview me, he calls me first and we book an appointment but with this one, I was in my room when we heard knocks at the gate so I asked my son to check who it was and he said some people were here to interview me so we let them in.

There is a saying that when you are sick and you don’t sell your sickness you may not get the cure so I told them the situation I was in, we spoke for about an hour and a half and the result is what we are seeing today.

I heard that the Vice-President had heard about my plight and wanted to see to my situation and I was very surprised. This same guy who came to interview me called again to say he will pass by so I was wondering if he didn’t get enough information the first time but apparently he had been sent by the Vice-President.

Today, you’ll discover the top 10 health benefits of eating turmeric every day. Do you eat turmeric? Maybe you already consume turmeric in curries or turmeric latte known as golden milk.

Turmeric is a plant from the ginger family. It is commonly used as a spice and also as traditional medicine. The benefits of turmeric come from curcuminoids. The main curcuminoid of turmeric is curcumin, which makes up 77% of all curcuminoids and gives turmeric its yellow color.

Number 10. “Protect Your Neurons.”

Neurons or nerve cells transport information between different areas of the brain. Fortunately, neurons can increase and grow new connections even in adulthood. This is great news because you can keep your brain healthy by enhancing nerve cell connections.

Curcumin can increase brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF), a protein that promotes healthy neurons and improves memory and learning. When neurons are damaged, BDNF decreases, and neurodegenerative diseases such as depression, epilepsy, migraine, Parkinson’s, and Alzheimer’s disease can occur.

Curcumin also protects nerve cells from damage by blocking inflammatory molecules.

It reduces Alzheimer’s disease symptoms and migraine by binding to a protein called Amyloid Beta. When these protein pieces clump together to form plaques in the brain, it leads to brain damage. Research on Alzheimer’s patients has found that curcumin removes these plaques and prevents their formation.

A young Ghanaian guy believed to be just 22 years of age has finally made things official with his 62-year-old white girlfriend who qualifies to be his grandmother because she’s a 62-year-old American.

A video that has surfaced on the internet shows the two lovers locking lips during their very simple wedding ceremony.

As we all know, age is irrelevant as far as true love is concerned hence the young guy should be allowed to enjoy his marriage in peace although their age difference is too wide.

It is at the back of this that many social media users have suggested that the guy is not in love with the elderly woman but only wants a green card therefore the reason he agreed to marry her.

Watch the video below;

On that day,

Sister and brother sit together, talking finished

A moment of  grief engulfed my heart

A time for departure awaits us in the mid of our love

She is to move from the dusty streets of Kojokrom

To the beautiful and well-lighted streets of Barcelona

Her beauty still engulfs my heart

And can attract the heart of every king

Though they set guards at the gates

Day and night to watch over and

protect him

From assassins, reactionaries, thieves

And beautiful creatures

Terrorists and dissidents and the


Little do the guards know

Their sleepless protection is of

no avail.

For these men of violence in

whose way they stand

Pass in and out of the castle


Securely hidden where no man

can find them,

Deep in the master’s own heart

The king’s heart will yearn for her beauty

In my loneliness, I hide behind that mask

Behind the mask, you have hidden for years.

Did the mask hide the man, or the man and his fears?

Behind the mask, there are a million tears.

Behind the mask is the man who is weak

Behind the mask is the man who is meek

Behind the mask, you’re nothing at all

You use the mask so you don’t fall

Behind that mask

Moment of separation

Moment of loneliness

Moment without her

Moment of thinking

Are mended like the broken slate pieces.

Behind that mask,

I pour out those wraths on that paper.

Another’s greed drove us here

To this infertile land

Cut off from the the free sea

Without the gift of sand or sea-waves

Cut off from the the wealth of something green

Our set off was for greener pastures

In this arid waste,

Where the mind’s water dries,

And a baby cries

In vain

Amid those great heat in thirst

In that that dusty hut

Indeed summaries the need for change.

We the masters of the land seeks aid from that unknown master

For it is our labour

Which lifts the wealth

But our tedious outings yields no product

Our stomach roars each night

As if lions inhabit them

Our bodies looks figured

As if sculptured by the hand of hunger

Our labours

Lifts the wealth

Into our masters

But yet those receiving hands

Has no mercies upon us.

Wealth we see,

recedes from us each and every moment

On which their children grow

Panic and Pain

Are all I feel.

Panic and pain.

This can’t be real.

Panic and pain.

What will we do?

Panic and pain.

I wish I knew.

A little girl

Growing too fast.

Her childhood

Already in her past.

Drugs and alcohol

Sex and tears.

Are the tools she uses

To hide her fears.

She can’t get back

What she has lost.

She doesn’t yet realize

What it has cost.

Poor little girl

Out in the rain.

And all I can feel

Is panic and pain.

Panic and Panic

Hides her all day and all night

Oh Poor Little girl

Panic and Pain

Is all that

This little boy knows.

This poor bastard

Knows not what is parental love

For on the streets, he was raised

A father he knows not.

Oh Poor innocent boy
A leaf fluttered in through the window this morning,

As if supported by the rays of the sun,

Pain and Panic recedes for a while

Laughter fills my inner soul

Age does not protect you from love.

But love, to some extent, protects you from age.

These words from the wise rules the world

Anxiety is love’s greatest killer.

It makes others feel as you might when a drowning man holds on to you.

You want to save him, but you know he will strangle you with his panic.

For man suffers in his pains alone

Dreams are necessary

Panic and Pain vanishes

When dreams are alive.

For in your pain and panic,

Face them with all your might

And you will certainly be the victor.

Behind that tree

I rediscovered my inner image

My wept eyes

Drains a gallon full of tears

Behind that tree

I sob, sob and sob

Again, again and again

Moments of yester-years failures re-occur

Into my shallow memories

Moment of great anguish

Rebels in my think tank

Again, again and again

Behind that tree comes in

Joys of decades ago

Times when laughter was on the lips of the common houseboy

Times I shared with you

Those lovely moments

Worth remembering

Behind that tree

I wish and wish and wish

Again, again and again

But wishes dwindle and flicker into the unknown

Wisdom certainly follows the path

Once trodden by foolishness

Behind that tree

I will still continue

To wish and wish and wish

Again and again and again

Behind that tree

I envisioned along that lonely road

How my love and me

Shall go dressed in peace

And wearing a smile of flowers and fruits entwined

Behind that tree

I will continue to envision