- An African man has cried out for help after he discovered some of his children are not his biologically
- The man, identified simply as Dayo, narrated that he recently did a DNA test and discovered that two out of three kids are not in fact his children
- Dayo said he decided to investigate after years of watching his wife move out of the house and move back in again
An African man has narrated a heartbreaking family secret he recently discovered. The man, identified simply as Dayo, took to his Facebook page to narrate his story and cry out for help in finding his daughter.
He revealed that he recently made the discovery after 12 years of marriage. He said he found out after he did a DNA test on all the children.
According to him, he and his wife always had issues that were resolved for them by family members. He noted that every time they had a fight, his wife moved out of the house and came back after they had settled.
Dayo said there was a time he asked his children where their mother took them to and they revealed that they had gone to stay at an uncle's place. He noted that he always suspected something but he never acted until now.
He then explained that his suspicion led him to dig up her friends on Facebook and he found an ex-boyfriend, who looked a lot like their firstborn.
Dayo narrated that his son's resemblance to the ex-boyfriend led him to a DNA test for his firstborn child and he discovered the child was not his own. Dayo said he confronted his wife but she was not remorseful so he decided to do the rest, only to find out he had only fathered one child.
Dayo, who is still in shock, cried out, saying he has not seen his wife and children ever since. He urged people to help him find her so he can get his daughter from her.
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za had earlier reported that an African doctor recently advised men to always take a DNA test to ascertain the paternity of their children. The doctor, identified as Adams Ayeni, claimed that three out of ten African men are raising a child that is not biologically theirs.
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