Percentage of Nigerian women that cheat is more than men – Researcher

A female academician has revealed that the percentage of women in Nigeria that cheat is allegedly more than that of their countrymen.

She stated this in a video while enlightening people on what she discovered about the level of infidelity and paternity fraud in the country.

The woman said that Nigeria is ranked second on the list of countries with the highest rate of paternity fraud in the world.

She disclosed that the West African nation is second only to Jamaica as countries where women give their husbands or partners, children that belong to other men.

The lady recommended that federal government introduces mandatory DNA testing for couples immediately a child is born.

She raised concerns that if men find out how many of their children aren’t theirs, almost all the marriages in Nigeria will crash.

Watch her speak below:

In related news, an American man narrated the drama that unfolded after a case of paternity fraud was established and he discovered that he is sterile and not the biological father of his three children.

He said the doctor told him that he’s been infertile since he was born because it hereditary and there is no way he can impregnate a woman.

This left him confused because he’s been married for 15 years and his wife gave birth to three children for him, aged 15, 12 and 7.

He decided to take the kids for DNA test and the result came out negative – meaning they are not his children.

He narrated how whenever they are watching advertisements about tracing their ancestry she always changes the channel.

The man decided to expose his wife on his birthday, so he organised a lavish party and invited friends, family and co-workers.

He said that he later discovered that one of the kids belong to the mixologist he hired to perform at his birthday party.

He created a scene at the event which left guests stunned and one of the things he did was to get a woman to hold a placard directed at his wife which read; “You lying b**ch”.