A Nigerian social media strategist known as Bamidele, has said it is the responsibility of men to cater for a child even after finding out they aren’t the biological father.
She stated this on her Twitter account while making a case for husbands to overlook any case of paternity fraud committed by their wives.
Bamidele said that if a man takes his child for a DNA test and the result shows that the baby belongs to someone else, so long as he is in a relationship with the women, he ought to take custody of the child.
According to her, women go through a lot during childbirth and it is only right for their men to treat them better despite the situation.
She wrote; “Men, if you check your baby’ DNA and the child is not yours, so far you are with the woman it is your responsibility to take custody of the baby. It doesn’t change anything.
Women go through a lot in Childbirth and women deserve better.”
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In other news, a three-year-old boy, Abubakar Atiku, was recently rescued by the Delta State Police Command, during a raid on the hideout of a six-man kidnap syndicate in Oshimili-South Local Government Area of the state.
It was gathered that one of the suspects abducted the victim on Tuesday, June 13, 2023, and the victim’s mother, Aisha Yusuf, reported the matter to police station in the Abraka community.
She informed police that her son had been abducted by one Mohammed Isah, 35. Police operatives led by the Divisional Police Officer, ‘C’ Division Asaba, CSP Apu Torukeregha, embarked on a frantic search to rescue the abducted child.
While acting on a tip-off, the team reportedly stormed Abraka Market in the Oshimili-South LGA and arrested Isah and arrested five of the suspects, including one physically-disabled.
Upon interrogation, the state Police Public Relations, DSP Bright Edafe, while confirming the incident, said Isah confessed to the crime and led the operatives to arrest three other members of the child stealing syndicate.
He identified the suspects as Ibrahim Sani, 23, Kabiru Ibrahim, 52, and Abubakar Mohammed, a 32-year-old cripple.
Edafe noted that preliminary investigation revealed that the suspects had been dealing in the business of stealing children and selling them for a huge amount of money.
He added that the suspects led policemen to a hotel in Onitsha, Anambra State, where the team arrested one Suleiman Mohammed, 38, in whose custody the abducted child was found.
Edafe said Mohammed, during interrogation, confessed to having agreed to sell the child for N800,000, adding that he was waiting for the buyer when the policemen arrested him.
He noted that the rescued victim had been reunited with his mother, adding that the suspects had been detained for further investigation.