Should Church Make DNA Test Compulsory Before Child’s Dedication?
Following the shocking revelation of paternity fraud that has recently rocked our society, activist Deji Adeyanju has said that churches should require couples to conduct a DNA test on their child before attending a child dedication ceremony.
He also argued that DNA testing should be promoted as a national policy.
“Abegiii my correct brother. DNA is a must. Let us promote it as national policy. Churches should make it mandatory for child dedication.”
Adeyanju’s post comes amid the marital drama involving Chinedu Ani Emmanuel, a popular comedian and OAP, and his estranged wife Uzoma Ohiri.
The OAP’s wife accused him of domestic violence on social media, which he denied.
Nedu accused her of infidelity in his rebuttal on social media, adding that a DNA test revealed that he is not the biological father of their first son.
Our marriage was plagued by a slew of problems. One of them was her continuous infidelity, which prompted me to conduct a paternity test on our children, revealing that our first son is not my biological son despite the fact that he was born during the time we were married.
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