Man begins sobbing uncontrollably as DNA aftereffect of 2-year-old little girl abandons him as her dad
In Nigeria, the influxes of paternity misrepresentation has gotten many dads resort to a Deoxyribonucleic Acid (DNA) test in a bid to precisely decide whether they are the genuine organic dad of their youngsters.
Disagreeably, most dads today have consistently become discouraged after a DNA test: a motion that frequently mean the mother intentionally misidentified her accomplice as the natural dad of her youngster.
This is an account of Michael Mokoena, a young fellow who broke into tears on Facebook after he found that he isn't the organic dad of his two-year old little girl
Chioma Okeke: "For what reason did you go for Dna test,you as of now have a bond with her why not proceed and imagine u didn't let it all out."
@James Fernando: "Lady can some of the time be so merciless. So she was seeing you playing with her. Realizing that you are not the dad. I can't help thinking about what was she talking about to her. While those occasions occurred."
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