Longji was found wondering along the streets of Chip in Plateau State. He was found by some good Samaritans. This led to a tussle for Longji as two families claimed ownership of him. See details here
Mosunmola, a student in Ogun state college of health technology is pregnant and claims her lecturer Dr. Oluseyi Adu was responsible. Dr Adu stated in clear terms that he had intercourse with her ,but he used a condom. Mosunmola replied ‘He did it twice with condom, on the third attempt, he did not use condom.’ I feel the later is not exclusive as condoms have pores and condoms can break. See details here
Michael Jackson’s song ‘Billie Jean’ comes to mind every time I ponder on the whole saga. The saying ‘Na only your mama sabi who be your papa’ may just hold no water here. I see no reason for hurling insults and expending unnecessary energy between parties involved because it has a simple solution. In the meantime, while the agencies involved may be getting further investigation under way, I have a few tips to share with you:
Three tests can be used to determine paternity:
1. Blood group of parties involved. This is the cheapest, but least specific.
2. Genotype of parties involved. This is affordable, but also less specific.
3. DNA paternity test. This is more expensive and most specific.
The test results would then be interpreted by your family physician.
HAPPY CHILDRENS’ DAY TO ALL CHILDREN!
I love you, I love your health.
Your favourite family physician.