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Tag: Paternity Fraud

Nigeria Ranks 2nd Highest In Paternity Fraud In The World
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Nigeria Ranks 2nd Highest In Paternity Fraud In The World

A DNA test revealed that Christopher Johnson wasn’t the biological father of the three children he had nurtured and invested in for almost two decades. The children, Esther, 19, Shirley, 17 and Stephen, 15, were born by the same mother who unfortunately was deceased. Christopher, a successful but retired architect, was compelled to find out the truth about the paternity of the children after a stranger turned up one day to claim he was their biological father and challenged him to a DNA paternity test. Christopher received the shock of his life when the result proved that the stranger was indeed the children’s real father. It turned out that the man and his late wife had been involved in a long-secret love affair that produced the three children he erroneously assumed belonged ...
Paternity Fraud: There’ll Be No Need For DNA If We Got Married As Virgins And Stayed Faithful — Filmmaker, Blessing Egbe
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Paternity Fraud: There’ll Be No Need For DNA If We Got Married As Virgins And Stayed Faithful — Filmmaker, Blessing Egbe

Nigerian filmmaker, Blessing Egbe, is of the opinion that there will be no need for DNA testing if people got married as virgins and stayed faithful to their partners Afterwards. Blessing said this while commenting on the ongoing conversation about paternity fraud. Blessing shared her opinion via her Twitter handle. This DNA trend may cause Husbands to start beholding their 'kids' with scrutiny, and force Wives to recheck diaries, study past calendars and backtrack. In all things let love lead. 2021. And while it has been termed paternity fraud. Know that, there are 2 people involved in the fraudulent act. The real father of the child, who is also living a lie in his home and defrauding gis wife of his vow of faithfulness. Where does he stand in this title "paternity" fraud?? ...
‘Visit Your Wife’s Office, See If Your Kids Resemble Any Co-Worker’ – Pretty Mike
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‘Visit Your Wife’s Office, See If Your Kids Resemble Any Co-Worker’ – Pretty Mike

Popular Nigerian socialite, Pretty Mike has added his voice to the “paternity fraud” discussion that is currently trending on social media. Pretty Mike advised husbands to visit their wife’s workplace once in a while to see if their child resembles any of the woman's male co-worker, so as to avoid fathering another man's child. Taking to his Instagram story, he wrote, “Sometimes, it is good to visit your wife’s workplace to see if your kids look like any of her colleagues.”
PATERNITY FRAUD: 30% Of Nigerian Men Are Fathering Children That Aren’t Theirs
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PATERNITY FRAUD: 30% Of Nigerian Men Are Fathering Children That Aren’t Theirs

Popular Nigerian Pastor, recently divorced his wife, not only for extra marital affairs but having given birth to children that were not his. In 2015, Nigerian women cried foul when a survey conducted by condom manufacturer, Durex, branded Nigerian “married” women as the most sexually unfaithful in the world. The outcry was understandable though, as these are women known for their awe of culture and religion, far more than their counterparts anywhere else. Four years down the line, the marital fidelity of Nigerian women has again been questioned with a report making the rounds since late 2018 claiming Nigeria has the second highest rate 30 percent of paternity fraud in the world. Paternity fraud is the pretence that a man is the legitimate and biological father of a child that is...
Paternity Fraud In Nigeria: DNA Test Should Be Mandatory At Birth – Lady
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Paternity Fraud In Nigeria: DNA Test Should Be Mandatory At Birth – Lady

According to a Nigerian lady who shared the story with statistics on Twitter, she wrote; "DNA test should be mandatory at birth , too many of you lying about who the father is and messing up people life including the child, especially in Nigeria. In a phone interview with Ventures Africa, Mr Ayodele Ayodeji of Paternity Test Nigeria said there is one case of paternity fraud out of every four paternity test conducted at the centre. “I will say one out of four paternity tests turn out negative,” he told me. He also added, that people of the east – Ibos, south-south – Deltans, and south-east, patronise the centre than the people of western Nigeria – the Yorubas. According to a forensic geneticist, Dr. Abiodun Salami, 30 per cent of fathers are unknowingly nurturing and investing...