- A man has fallen victim to paternity fraud and has threatened to leave his marriage
- The man found out that his seven-year-old child is not his biological child
- His parents have begged him not to divorce his wife and have also revealed to him that he's not their biological son
A man who found out that he is not the biological father of his seven-year-old child has been told by his own parents that they are not his biological parents.
The disclosure was made by a man on Twitter identified as Jake Okechukwu Effoduh, who said the man's parents have been begging him not to divorce his wife.
The man, who is Effoduh's friend, was told by his parents that what happened to him may be God's plan because he is also not their biological child.
He tweeted: "My friend just found out that his 7-year old isn’t his biological son. He has been threatening to leave the marriage and his parents have been begging him to stay. They told him that “this may be God’s plan” as he is also not their biological child. 2 revelations in 1 week."
In other news, a Ghanaian lady identified as Maame Fosua Fosua has recounted her experience after her long-time boyfriend dumped her to marry another lady.
In a post on Facebook, Fosua revealed that she was in a relationship with a young man whom she loved dearly.
According to her, they dated for some time until she was hit with the unexpected from her boyfriend.
Fosua narrated that after years of being faithful to her lover, he broke her heart - he married another lady instead of her.
''I dated this guy whom I love so much, when it was time for him to marry he married someone else. I was cool with its because and I was very young,’’ the early part of her post read.
Fosua recounted that a month after her ex-boyfriend’s wedding, life threw extreme bitter lemons at her. She lost her mom and things became very hard for her.
"I asked this guy for help, he never even picked up my calls. He will rather give the phone to his wife for her to insult me. I look for help somewhere," said the lady.
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