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Lawyer shares chilling story of how a Nigerian man found out his daughter was not his

 

Lawyer shares chilling story of how a Nigerian man found out his daughter was not his

As Nigerians continue to discuss the trending topic of Paternity fraud after a Delta state High court judge found out three of his children weren’t his, a Nigerian lawyer has shared the chilling story of how a successful Nigerian accountant simply identified as Dapo, found out his daughter was never his.

 

Twitter user @Ekwulu, who shared the story claimed a Senior Advocate of Nigeria, Kenneth Ikonne, told him the story. Read below

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