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Nigerian man who was advised not to run DNA test on child, finds out he’s not the father


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A Nigerian man has revealed that his close friend whom he advised not to conduct DNA test recently discovered that he is not the real father of his 2-year-old son.


The narrator identified as Oluwatosin Akinbulumo said that he fell ill for about two days as a result of the discovery.

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According to him, the basis on which he told his pal not to do the DNA test was because the little boy looks like him, but the result proved him otherwise.

He wrote on Twitter:

”I have been sick for the past two days.

My closest friend just discovered that his 2years Old Son is not his. I was one of those who discouraged him from ‘wasting’ his money to conduct a DNA test because ‘the boy looked like him’, however, thank God he insisted.

I’m devastated!”

See his tweet and some reactions below..


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