What Nigerian Director Blessing Egbe Says About Ongoing Talk of Paternity Fraud
Blessing Egbe, a Nigerian filmmaker, explained that DNA testing shouldn’t have been a problem in the first place, even for couples.
The director believes that DNA testing will not be necessary if people are married to virgins and then remain faithful to their partners.
Blessing said this while commenting on the ongoing conversation about paternity fraud.
Blessing shared her opinion via her Twitter account.
“This DNA trend can cause husbands to start staring at their ‘children’ and cause wives to recheck their diaries, study past calendars, and repeat their steps. Let there be love in everything. chase. 2021.
“And even if it was called a paternity fraud. Be aware that there are 2 people involved in the fraud. The real father of the child, who also lives a lie in his home and breaks his oath of allegiance to his wife. Where did you find this name of “paternity scam”?
“Imagine if everything was the way God created them, and we got married as virgins and remained faithful after that. There will be no need for DNA. But, alas, virtue is difficult and unpopular, as we see in the story “Ten Virgins.” My sha, they shouldn’t be making fake kits, ”he tweeted.