" I was taking care of a child that is not mine for 6 years 5 months until I asked for a DNA test".
Having children is a beautiful thing. Moreover, being able to bear children is a blessing. However, some people find themselves raising children that are not their own and this can be painful.
Replying to a suggestion that a DNA test should be made compulsory immediately after giving birth at the hospital, one man by the name of Yanga on Twitter shared his story. He shared that he was taking care of child for 6 years and 5 months until he asked for a DNA test only to find out that the child was indeed not his. He also attached a meme of a man crying to describe his pain.
Indeed such an encounter can be painful. Imagine having to raise a child that is not yours. People accepted the suggestion that DNA tests should be made compulsory immediately after giving birth as one man thought that would be a brilliant idea.
While it would cost the state to provide DNA testing to the many children that are being born daily, this would help eliminate unnecessary fights and quarrels later in life when the parents start questioning the DNA of the children.
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