Olarenwaju Kolawole, a Nigerian man who recently discovered through a DNA test that four of his children are not biologically his, has reacted to the revelation.
His wife, who was surprised by the results, claims she knows exactly how she became pregnant with those children. She has now come forward to share her views on the situation.
Following the revelation of a DNA test showing that her husband, Olarenwaju Kolawole, is not the biological father of four of her children, Toyin Arike, his wife, has publicly reacted to the results.
This has led to discussions and opinions on social media about her reaction to the test results.
As reported by Naijalegit, a DNA test was conducted at the DDC DNA Diagnostic Center in Alakoko, Osogbo.
The results of the test revealed that Olarenwaju Kolawole was not the biological father of the children in question, which led to his strong emotional reaction.
Toyin, who works in healthcare, made her feelings clear in a live response, expressing her reluctance to accept the DNA test results. She stated that she was concerned about the whereabouts and identity of the samples used in the test.
Commenting on the DNA test results, Toyin expressed her reluctance to accept them. She said: ‘I don’t accept the result because I wasn’t there when they took samples, and I don’t know which sample they took, so I don’t accept it. I can’t accept it because I know how I fathered those children.”
It is worth noting that a data analysis from a DNA testing laboratory in Lagos shows that 26 percent of Nigerian men are not the biological fathers of their children.
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“I cannot accept the results,” says Toyin, after a DNA test shows that her husband is not the biological father of her four children
— Instablog9ja (@instablog9ja) November 5, 2023
People have responded to Toyin Arike’s reaction to the DNA test results with different opinions:
@BusyBrity suggested that if Toyin is confident in her claims, she should try another hospital and take another DNA test.
@JosephOnuorah expressed concern about the situation and acknowledged the strong bond between the children and the family, but suggested that Toyin should be held accountable for the deception.
@OligboJ suggested that Toyin should also undergo a DNA test to confirm her biological relationship with the children and thus rule out any hospital mix-up.
@OkobiaOseyi emphasized the need for empathy, understanding and support in such challenging situations.
@Judibaby3 expressed surprise at the revelation, especially the fact that four children were involved.
@NwaforUkpor expressed concern that if the government does not address this trend, men may take matters into their own hands.