50% Nigerian first born children belong to other men

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Babyai

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There's a Saro saying....Married woman no dey born bastard pikin..
It means as far you had the child in your matrimonial home...it belongs to the husband lol..
That being said there's a family friend of ours in Naija whose first son looks exactly like the late MKO...whispers abound ...
So many of those cases abound, some are so glaring that even a blind person can tell. People will talk but that's all there is to it as "marade uman nor dae born bastard pikin"
 
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I look so much like both my parents, no DNA issues there LOL! My mom told me a story of when a friend of a friend was bringing her child to the States and they had to do a DNA to ensure that the child really belonged to the parents, they found that the man was NOT the father...come see scatter-scatter no be small!!! The poor kid is 18 years old, finds out the man who has been his only father all these yes is in fact NOT his dad and the man too was just devastated.

There should be a Maury Povich type show in Nigeria LOL
 

blackpearl

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I look so much like both my parents, no DNA issues there LOL! My mom told me a story of when a friend of a friend was bringing her child to the States and they had to do a DNA to ensure that the child really belonged to the parents, they found that the man was NOT the father...come see scatter-scatter no be small!!! The poor kid is 18 years old, finds out the man who has been his only father all these yes is in fact NOT his dad and the man too was just devastated.

There should be a Maury Povich type show in Nigeria LOL
BB, OMG!!! I hysterically laughed out loud on that. I do not think we are ready for that...heheheh
 
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na wah ... I think it saves a lot of trouble and embarrassment if women are truthful about the paternity of their kids ....As they say na only woman know who the papa of in pikin be...

Na lie o, Chi! What about those women on Maury Povich wey no sabi? I had one of those stay home and watch nonsense on tv days and saw this woman on the MP show that had brought 13 guys and NONE OF THEM were the father!!! Maury just told her to give it up. THIRTEEN O!
 

Supermom

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There's this family back then in Rivers State, all the kids were obviously half caste...i mean like half white and the parents were both black from Opobo....The husband used to boast, that his blood was strong that's why the kids were that way...I remember how confused i was at first as a child and asking my mom how? She laughed so much ...saying Don't mind the Big fool...Joor, that's the lie he has concocted to console himself...all those kids came from the ship...lol
 

blackpearl

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There's this family back then in Rivers State, all the kids were obviously half caste...i mean like half white and the parents were both black from Opobo....The husband used to boast, that his blood was strong that's why the kids were that way...I remember how confused i was at first as a child and asking my mom how? She laughed so much ...saying Don't mind the Big fool...Joor, that's the lie he has concocted to console himself...all those kids came from the ship...lol
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kolinzo

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So it is safe to say naija husbands should take dia kids for DNA test for biological validity shey? Hmm...what does this say about Naija women? And does this really say anything about Naija men? Serious discussion here o.
 

kolinzo

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Still on the matter. I heard a story of a 41yrs old man who wanted to bring his parents from Naija to Yankee. As per yankee now...dna test is a must, especially when you are bring your kids and your parent (except in case adoption). On to the matter at hand now, parents of the uncle went for dna test and WALAAHHH embassy denied papa visa and gave mama. What happened? What's going on? They told them the papa is not the father. Just imagine the shock that would run through the veins of the man. 41years!!!! That is pure wickedness!

Oh...and the uncle was supposed to be the first born for the man!
 

Village-Boi

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So it is safe to say naija husbands should take dia kids for DNA test for biological validity shey? Hmm...what does this say about Naija women? And does this really say anything about Naija men? Serious discussion here o.
Yeah sure they should as long as they can handle the heartbreak! Exactly, what does this say about Naija women?... Well they pretty much ain't the butter-don't-melt-in-we-mouths women they claim to be.
We be human beings and we bad to the core from time immemorial so let's all get off our high horses & stop pretending to be surprised... but when our grandpapa them started chasing our papa them girls... our people became a tad bit more rotten than they already were. Simple!
 

Abike

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Wow!!!!

Still on the matter. I heard a story of a 41yrs old man who wanted to bring his parents from Naija to Yankee. As per yankee now...dna test is a must, especially when you are bring your kids and your parent (except in case adoption). On to the matter at hand now, parents of the uncle went for dna test and WALAAHHH embassy denied papa visa and gave mama. What happened? What's going on? They told them the papa is not the father. Just imagine the shock that would run through the veins of the man. 41years!!!! That is pure wickedness!

Oh...and the uncle was supposed to be the first born for the man!
 
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