Human Rights Activist, Reno Omokri has noted an overlooked reason for paternity fraud in marriage s(simply put, ‘DNA palava’).
His comments come amidst a paternity scandal involving a First City Monument Bank’s Managing Director, Adam Nuru, an employee of the bank, Moyo and her now-deceased Huband Tunde Thomas’ two kids.
Rumour has it that Nuru allegedly fathered the children and the revelation led to the Thomas’ divorce, one which resulted in Tunde falling into depression which eventually, allegedly, led to his death.
Wading into the debate which is sure not leaving the public anytime soon, Omokri, however, helped his followers to note one thing that could cause paternity fraud which could be the husband’s fault
Speaking to his 881.8K followers on Saturday, the former presidential aide directed husbands to a warning about sexual intercourse noted in the bible.
He said, “an overlooked reason for paternity fraud is husbands failing to meet their wives sexual needs. Even Scripture warns men not to deprive their wives of intercourse, lest satan tempt them (1 Cor 7:5). Women need love. Ignore this at your own peril.”
Although Moyo broke her silence on Friday by stating that she never told Tunder that he was never the father of the kids (one truth we may never find out with Tunde no longer available to confirm or deny the statement), Omokri advised husbands on what to do if they ever find themselves in such situation.
“If DNA proves you are not the father of your child, think before reacting. If you can forgive, forgive. Let it be a tight secret. Tell no one. Not even the child. There are illegitimate parents, but never illegitimate children.” he added.
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