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Thursday, May 30, 2019

Shocking DNA Paternity Findings In Nigeria...

According to an Investigative report on TVC this Morning,DNA Paternity testings in Nigeria reveal that a High Percentage of first born Children belong to other men.........





What is going on?Why give another mans child to another man?If you are sitting on this Table,you will be exposed one day ooooooooh...I fear for you!

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  1. What sort of 'investigative journalism ' didn't give the actual percentage?.

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    1. Story! These peeps are trying to advertise their business. They gave this same report couple of years back with a specific percentage and enlightened people asked them pertinent questions like; where did they get the said % from? Who was their target group? Which body or organization conducted the research? What criteria did they follow? etc. they couldn’t answer any of the questions and more. Because they were simply relying on the sensationalization of the story and the paranoia of Nigerian men to drive in traffic for their business. They faded into oblivion back then and I see they’ve resurfaced again but this time with a different format and more vague analysis so that they can evade certain questions. TVC my backside!

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    2. The lousy investigators have their Mother's on this table.

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    3. A friend recently found out that his 10 years old daughter from from his mama is not his after doing a DNA. He’s based in the abroad so he wanted to relocate the girl to join his new family and so DNA was compulsory as part of the process . The sad part is even the lady is unaware that the child does not belong to him. She also found out through DNA.

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    4. Nigerian women will dive into this post now 😬😬😬😬. You know say na we carry first for paternity fraud.

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    5. Possible there was children swapping at birth.

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    6. @annon 15.32. A DNA test should be carried out on the mother too. They both might not be her parents.

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  2. Which investigative report was that?
    Did they take blood samples of some first born kids and their fathers for a DNA test before arriving with this report.

    I know some women are evil and very wicked like that, but all this speculation should stop already.

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    1. Relocation process is exposing a lot of such woman. A very close friend found herself in this mess

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    2. Ms. A
      Just know that this news is true o
      DNA research don dey enter Naija o
      Na because of wetin dey happen for
      relocation embassies. I yarn una
      last week of one woman wey husband
      cancel both relocation and ownership
      of her 4/5 strange kids. The battle dey court
      now. Wahala dey for Naija Pharisee sisi them
      wey dey steal fork aghara aghara

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    3. Bahia men are doing it secretly now to god out which of the children are theirs.

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    4. Naira men are doing it secretly now to find out which one of their children are theirs.

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    5. Naija men are doing it secretly now to find out which one of their children are theirs.

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  3. Pure wickedness.
    How do these women sleep at night?
    Some of them think they are being smart.
    One day, just one day......

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    1. ... monkey go go market e no go return .

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    2. @Slutty chikito m

      Yarn them truthful yarns!
      😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁

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    3. A lot of men have two families with their wives knowledge, and they sleep very good at night. Bad people are bad people, it has nothing to do with gender.

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  4. Nigerian women can be very selfish eh.
    Disturbing the industry with kpekus, Very anyhow human beings, who does that?

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    1. Nigerian women are more selfish than Nigerian men? Like seriously?

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    2. Your mother is amongst these Nigerian women. Watch how you speak

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  5. Hnmmm this one is wickedness o.

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  6. How did they come about such statistics??? Mtcheeew

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  7. Lies,where is the data. DNA is not even that popular here except where there’s an issue and such information is confidential.

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    1. My dear, DNA is popular in nigeria. Its most profitable diagnosis in Nija as of today.A lot of family do it.

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  8. Is this a marketing gimmick for a DNA testing company?

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  9. How did they reach this conclusion?

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  10. Kikikikiki
    Always investigative report....
    I am a firstborn and I am my father's daughter

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  11. That is why it is good for a bride-to-be to close her legs WELLA. Let her not be tempted to see an ex-boyfriend, ex-sugar daddy, toaster, admirer etc. The ungodly "final farewell /let's see for the last time before you marry visitations'' are mostly the cause for transfer of pregnancy to the innocent groom.

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  12. Not a justifiable act at all. I think some found themselves in a situation similar to Genevieve's movie "road to yesterday" all the same, it's a terrible thing.

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  13. I pray ANG will miss this post

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    1. Una post enter the same time sef. Check ⬇

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    2. πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ˜‚ obviously your prayers didn't work, see her below your comment πŸ‘‡

      I don't believe this shaa, where was the statistic and analysis done? You can't just because of a handful incidents and draw conclusions, there are still millions of decent people out there.
      #peace

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  14. Ahaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!
    Akwukwu don dey catch many Naija Pharisee girls now
    Na today I begin yarn this gospel truth?
    Ajuju n' ese okwu.
    When I yarn am, them go send thunder and nkita are come my smooth nyansh.
    Whosai
    One day, a president go come wey go make DNA testing compulsory for
    school enrollment.... ahaaaa them akwukwu trembling don dey increase
    πŸ˜ŠπŸ˜ŠπŸ˜ŠπŸ˜ŠπŸ˜ŠπŸ˜ŠπŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘
    Make una chegharia come repent, come clean and stop all these
    pressing of phones, sneaking out to steal fork come carry pikin
    pin for una husbands.
    Wind go blow, fowl and side chickens nyansh go expose vaaaaaaaaaam!
    make una continue dey send bingo nkita ara each time I yarn my
    truthful yarn unu anugo?
    🦁🦁🦁
    As una no sabi my work, una no sabi say I know all these 🀐🀐🀐🀐

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    1. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚,Evangelist chegharia jisike.

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    2. Your good is served.
      Feed on itπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  15. This is lie, if there is any child that will belong to a man it will be his first child. How reliable is the equipment used in checking DNA?

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    1. You know nothing 13:31

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    2. 13:31 your name is still unknown, you know nothing.

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  16. Please what percentage of Nigerians have ever carried out DNA tests? How many hospitals in the country are equipped enough to have such facilities?
    What percentage of Nigerians even know what DNA/DNA test is?
    Investigative report from the pit of hell...

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  17. Serves some men right o!! When you will leave a good and decent girl to go and marry a slut because she earns well and has a good job . Do you know what she must have done to get that job and what she doing to keep it. Most of the bastard kids belong to their bosses or sponsors.

    You think that flat in Lekki or those first class trips to Dubai or Europe comes easy🀣🀣🀣🀣.

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    1. You can be good and decent and still have a good job and travel. Without sleeping with anybody.

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    2. So because you've watched GOT, you feel comfortable calling God's gift'bastards'? Watch your mouth.

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  18. Meanwhile, some women will be victims because their babies were switched at birth and they didn't know.

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    1. That's not possible cos if the baby was switched at birth, the mothers DNA wudnt match as well

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  19. Stella, this topic...hmmmm. I got pregnant for my oyinbo boyfriend and he engaged me almost immediately but we both decided to have our wedding after I give birth. Our baby boy was on the way. Dear stella, is it possible to have an entirely black child when the father is pure white. My son came and was very dark. Very very dark. Darker than me his mother. Now my fiance is saying he isnt sure he is the father. I am sad. I asked that we do a DNA and he said unless I am ready to foot the bill. He has been stalling on our wedding. God knows I never cheated.

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    1. very very possible my dear.

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    2. Do DNA on you and the father just to make sure you have not been given the wrong child. It’s also possible if your oyinbo has African ancestry. Do the needful quickly, no matter how expensive to vindicate yourself and most especially your innocent son.

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    3. Anything is possible my dear,perhaps your genes are very strong.How can he doubt the paternity of your child and also refuse to do DNA? thats really somehow oh...if you are absolutely sure you didnt cheat(check well oh),then I would suggest you leave him and pray for God to vindicate you.

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    4. They might have stolen your baby at the hospital ooooo. Not knowing you are engaged to an oyibo and their secret will leak. Biko be fast before it's too late. Stop looking and take action. Haaaa

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    5. Yaba left escapee30 May 2019 at 14:57

      ....nothing is impossible with village people oh, does the child even look like you? Hope one crazy nurse didnt decide to get creative. Do the DNA confirming ure the mother 1st... even b4 the oyibo

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    6. You said you never cheated on him it means the child is his own.

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    7. You cheated
      You fornicated

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    8. Poster, please take Yaba left advice. Go get a DNA test to see if you are truly the mother of your baby.
      Don't procrastinate, the earlier, the better.
      If the results come out positive, you will now know the next steps to take.

      Don't forget, gene is a seven generation thing.

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    9. The baby might be his, had a friend like that the mother is german while the father is igbo, turns out he is the only black among five kids, as in very dark like those aboki people, the rest of them are half caste,but him his hair is even very strong, his father is light skinned and he is the third child. If you are sure the baby is his prove your innocence no matter the cost...

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    10. African mothers sorry naija babes hmmm shooters of life

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    11. You never cheated. Then why are you asking if you should do DNA? mtchew Cheater...nba tiger

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  20. Dat not true! Maybe in Kenya.

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  21. When there is pressure on both families to give birth,and hubby does not want to understand anymore after many years..you tried with ex and viola pregnancy don happen. Since then,no other pregnancy and you are too scared to try it the 2nd time cos it may lead to another pregnancy!!!! Pls advise what would you do if you are in my shoes. Ex knows,his wife knows and hubby's family loves your child to a fault

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    1. Hope your husband has been checked out in the hospital? Fertility tests and all.

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  22. LIES..... they are always against women in this country. Where is their proof.
    They will never discuss the amount of married men that have kids outside or amount of pregnant women that find out they are HIV positive during anti-natal.

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    1. GOD BLESS YOU BEDS & ROSES!πŸ™Œ

      The Nigerian people problem is always eagerness to STIGMATIZE THE WOMEN!!!

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    2. Cos majority of men wont hide it and deceive their wife. That is why baby mamas are on the high side these days.

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  23. Before blaming the women, remember the evil Zambian nurse that swapped babies "just for the fun of it"?

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  24. A Nigerian comedian is on this table...

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  25. Not An Ass Licker πŸ‘…30 May 2019 at 14:08

    Nonsense assumption! I know it's a Man spewing this narrative. When and how was this research carried out?. On how many Nigerian families? These, days If a child turned out not to be the child of her "supposed" father, I don't really blame the woman, cus she might be a Victim herself. They switch babies in hospitals, even abroad, it does happen. Some deliberate, so by mistakes. Some by very evil Medical care givers with sinister motives. So If a child fails the DNA test,Its only right to explore other possibilities that could go wrong before accusing the woman of Cheating etc. Also, for those women that knowingly pass on another man's child to their men/husbands, Its all shade of wrong.

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  26. All women should leave this earth for us.

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  27. It's very possible.Meaning or genes are stronger than his. Why not run the DNA test privately to be on a safe side..If it comes out negative..u then know your baby was switched at the hospital and do the needful.

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  28. Things are happening. Few years ago,my colleague didn't attend her best friend's wedding because the bride was pregnant for her ex bf and made her groom believe he was responsible. She said going to that wedding would be a betrayal as she also knew the groom. she just kept her distance from then. My cousin's kids are not the husband's.The man has man issues. He later found out and did nothing rather he is grateful to the wife for covering his weakness.

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  29. All cursing the DNA reports are guilty. Just saying

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    1. Imagine fa! I'm surprised at the paranoia this report has awoken in most of the people commenting. Very sure a lot of you are women whose hands aren't clean.

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  30. HMMM...see naija women see excuse ohhh....MEN, I HEARD WOMEN ALWAYS HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY UNLESS CAUGHT RED-HANDED.....so, SWITCHED AT THE HOSPITAL is their way out of this

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    1. If u catch penis for naija woman otu she go say na maize head

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    2. I swear hahahahahaha

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  31. my people is not here that I read about a certain nurse who derive joy in swapping people's babies in a certain hospital. Don't you think that some mothers in this context are her victim.

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  32. una never hear the saying, kosi omoale ni eko? Tinz dey happen

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  33. Sorry Stella please stop this nonsense and being sentimental about the choices of women to choose whom to have as FATHER for their kids. After all nowadays in modern times, people are happily buying sperm from anonymous donors, or going several thousands miles away to foreign adopting kids!!!
    So what's all the hysteria about a woman or any mother deciding it is for the best interest of her child(ren) to opt for a non biological father for them???

    Consider that some boys, or many men are not ready for becoming fathers, unprepared, in denials, totally unsuitable and most of time very reckless and callous towards their unborn child and the mother!!! SO WHY DO YOU OR ANYONE IN THEIR RIGHT MIND INSIST THAT IT IS OK FOR EVERY CHILD BORN TO KNOW OR RELATE WITH THEIR BIOLOGICAL FATHER?
    PLEASE ENOUGH OF THIS NONSENSE!!!

    I am one such woman who walked away from the biological father of my only child when the baby was even less than 6 months. From the age of 4 onward, my son grew up in foster care in Europe and was taken in by white people, grew up in a white populated community. Today our story and outcomes (myself, son and grandson) is nothing else but SUCCESSFUL & ABUNDANCE IN BLESSINGS INDEED.
    For myself and for my son and grandson, our worries and least of trouble is something to marvel about or envious of. We are least worried about money, freedom or the means to do things, enjoying a very good quality of life and above all living in dignity!!!
    This is something that everyone now who knows about us has clearly seen!!! The hand writings I saw on the wall almost 3 decades ago! That I have made a terrible mistake to get pregnant and have a child with an undeserving man. I chose boldly and clearly not to limit myself, nor subject my son to a life of doom!!! I HAVE NO REGRETS TODAY!

    My son then again met his father when he was 9 years old and somehow they kept in touch and aware of each other's whereabouts and existence, and it took another almost 2 decades for it also to become obvious to my son why his father is not good news, and the best things is to LOVE THIS BIOLOGICAL FATHER FROM AFAR, EVEN IF AT ALL!
    Because you can not and must not force love with any person who has a troubling mentality, lower values, or a way of life and behaviors that is borderline criminal or evil, very short sighted, primitive minded, backwards thinking, dangerously manipulative, full of negative perceptions and anti-progress.

    PLEASE KNOW AND ACCEPT THAT IT IS NOT EVERY BLOOD THAT IS "FAMILY" & AND IT IS NOT EVERY "FAMILY MEMBER" THAT IS A FRIEND!!!

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