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Mohbad’s father has no right to demand DNA test – Lawyer

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An unnamed female lawyer has said that Mohbad’s father has no right to demand a DNA test for Mohbad’s son, Liam.

The lawyer said this earlier today on ‘Your View Pidgin’ by TVC.

She said that the properties of Mohbad belong to the son and not any other family member legally.

On the show, the lawyer said, “The spouse is entitled to one-third of the entire properties, the two-thirds for the children.

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“All his belonging, like clothes and shoes, belongs to the wife under the law.

“Under the law, when a man and woman are married, any children they have, there is something called presumption of legitimacy, meaning that the father owns the child except proven otherwise.

“For this Mohbad’s case, Mohbad himself acknowledged the child as his own.

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“Once the father acknowledges the child, whether he owns it or not, no third party can say they don’t own the child.

“The grandfather is a busybody because the son has accepted that he owns the child; he has no right to request DNA.”

Recall that Mohbad’s father, Joseph Aloba, in October 2023, requested for a DNA test to be conducted on his son’s child, Liam, before he could accept for him to be buried, which brought lots of controversy from the family.

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However, a chief magistrate court in Ikorodu on April 18, 2024, ordered the late singer’s wife, Wunmi, to allow a DNA test to be conducted on the son.

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