Paternity Fraud: Three out of 10 Nigerian men are not biological fathers of their children

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'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.
The perception that paternity fraud is high in Nigeria is not unfounded. Reports have been making the rounds that Nigeria has the 2nd highest rate of paternity fraud in the world after Jamaica. Many men have been unknowingly raising children that are not theirs and to curb the trend, there have been calls for introduction of mandatory DNA testing at birth'

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men in 3rd world countries have an excuse for putting up w/ women getting over and committing fraud against them and their children. they are dirt poor and have little or no access to d.n.a. clinics. men in 1st tier countries have an excuse too. it rhymes w/ wussies.

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