We all have studied one of the most important laws for analysis of complex circuits known as Kirchoff's rules!

I have a question about his first rule in which he states that the sum of all currents meeting a single point zero, it is a convention that charges flowing towards a point are taken as positive and that are flowing away are taken as negative. The law is proved by taking four wires. But what happens if we take odd number of wires, suppose if we take five wire of same current which are going to meet a single point, will it follow the kirchoff's first rule?

thank you!