DNA Expert claims 3 out of 10 Nigerian men are not the biological fathers of their children!

Is paternity testing becoming an issue in Nigeria?
There is a shocking disclosure that Nigerian women have cheated and lied to their husbands on the paternity of their kids, because a DNA expert has dropped the bombshell that 3 out of every 10 Nigerian men are not the biological fathers of the kids their wives gave them!

DNA Expert's Report
We have seen that there is serious need for it because in many homes things are happening that are scary both to the lives of children and their parents. And for the general statistics that is now available, it is found that 3 out of every 10 men are not the fathers of their babies.

Similarly, 3 out of every 10 children are not fathered by men they have seen as their biological fathers. What we have found out is that, anytime we take 10 men, at least 3 of them eventually found that they are not the fathers of the children they call their own. And these men would have taken care of the children for all their lives.

Now, the global statistics is 100,000 out of every 300,000 men. But what we have found that is that the situation is higher in Nigeria than other places.

For example in our laboratory here, 50% of the cases comes out negative. And we also realised that majority of the first-borns are affected. You only need to be here to see big men cry like little kids and watch children weep in agony. It has been that bad. And I dare say it is becoming something every home must do and you may be quite surprised at the level of dastard revelation.

About 30% of fathers are unknowingly bringing up children who are not biologically theirs. And it is suspected that this percentage may be on the increase due to sexual recklessness. 

According to recent trends in sexual health, especially in Nigeria, it was suggested that unprotected sex and multiple partners are comparatively common occurrences with a large proportion of conceptions still unplanned. So, more than half, that is, 50% of all paternity tests carried out by our lab comes out negative and the most affected are first-borns, except in a few cases.