Infidelity: How paternity tests put asunder what God joined together

Infidelity: How paternity tests put asunder what God joined together

Infidelity is arguably the major cause of strains in relationships and even divorce, with African society often hiding under the argument that men are polygamous in nature to accommodate ‘cheating.’ However, the upsurge in Deoxyribonucleic Acid (DNA) tests revealing that women often pass on children not biologically belonging to their husbands have often led to crashed marriages.

Nowadays, it is common to hear of relationships and even marriages crashing faster than they were contracted as a result of allegations of cheating on either the man or the woman. Cases abound of once-in-love couples dragging themselves to court in quest of divorce. Deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) tests, commonly called Paternity or DNA tests, have been exposing cheaters as negative results have often opened a can of worms, especially with regards to infidelity on the part of wives, leading to crashed relationships or marriages.

A civil servant, known for flaunting ‘his’ child and the child’s mother on Facebook, recently shared a heart breaking update after discovering that the child isn’t his after all. The heartbroken man, in a recent Facebook post, referred to his child’s mother as his soul mate and revealed an interesting conversation they had, but took to Facebook a day later to reveal that DNA tests had shown that he wasn’t the biological father of the child.

Also, a couple in Delta state Nigeria, Victor Chukwutem Inalu and Onyinye Onome, inundated the social media platforms with details of their marital crisis because he demanded a DNA test as prelude to his divorcing his wife, who had accused him of being gay and sexually molesting their son.

Onyinye Onome, in a series of Facebook posts and live videos, alleged that her husband sexually molested their nine-month-old baby and that her life was in danger for exposing her husband. However, Victor said his wife fabricated the lies because he requested a DNA test on their son as a prelude to divorcing her over the constant crisis in their marriage.

He said: “My attention has been drawn to a post/publication made by my wife, wherein she made several serious allegations, which are defaming in nature. These allegations touch on my character. I am surprised at my wife’s disposition with respect to the challenges our marriage is undergoing. These allegations are very serious and they were personally orchestrated by wife. May I, at this point, condemn the same as they are false and frivolous. All these allegations are coming because I requested for a DNA test and dissolution of our marriage because she has become cruel and hostile to me at any slightest misunderstanding.”

Celebrities not left out

On September 3, last year, the ex-wife of comedian and talk show host, Chinedu Ani, aka Nedu, Uzoamaka Ohiri, accused him of domestic violence and wondered why he was still being allowed to anchor a radio programme on marriage. She said he beat her days after she had just been delivered of a baby through surgery.

However, in a post on Instagram on September 4, last year, Nedu said he never assaulted her during their marriage, adding that she was unfaithful during the relationship and brought an illegitimate child home that was uncovered through a DNA test.

A DNA test result signed by one Dr. Harvey Tenenbaum posted by Nedu, the president at Viaguard Accu-metrics, Ontario, Canada on June 24, 2019, stated that the possibility of Nedu being the father of the child in question was zero per cent.

He said: “Our marriage was one plagued with a lot of issues. One of which was continuous infidelity from her side that led to me conducting a paternity test on our kids, which led to the revelation that our first son is not my biological son, even though he was born within the period during which we were married.

“On the allegation of domestic violence, we have had this matter investigated twice, one by the police station in Ajah and another by a competent court of law during the dissolution of our marriage. Both times, I was cleared of all allegations and I have the necessary proof to back up my claim. If anyone should be laying claims to domestic violence, it should be me. If she has any issues to join me with, she is free to file her complaints and approach any court of competent jurisdiction to pursue justice.”

For your peace of mind, order a Paternity DNA Test today from 

Any questions or comments?

An email will be sent to the owner
Business Directory

Link Centre Directory and Search Engine

Aylesford Other Medical & Dental

- UK Business Directory