- A Twitter user aroused netizens when she said it’s a man’s responsibility to take care of children who have been proven to not be his.
- In her opinion, the scientific results change nothing.
- She defended her point by saying that women deserve better because of what they go through during childbirth.
“It’s a man’s responsibility to take custody of a child even if DNA reveals he’s not the father,” said a Twitter user on the 5th of July, 2023.
Bamidele, a Nigerian Twitter user, firmly believes that a man should take responsibility for caring for a child, even if he discovers that the child is not biologically his.
She expressed this viewpoint on her Twitter account, urging husbands to overlook instances of paternity fraud committed by their wives.
It’s a man’s responsibility to take custody of a child
According to her, if a man conducts a DNA test on his child and learns that the baby is fathered by someone else, he should still assume custody of the child as long as he remains in a relationship with the woman.
Bamidele emphasized that women endure significant challenges during childbirth and therefore deserve better treatment from their partners, regardless of the circumstances.
In summary, she advocates for men to embrace fatherhood based on love and commitment rather than biological ties.
In her own words, she said, “Men, if you conduct a DNA test on your baby and find out the child is not biologically yours, as long as you are still 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.”
Nigerian pastor reacted as his son’s babymama called him out
Meanwhile, on Twitter, a Nigerian pastor reacted as his son’s babymama called him out for being an irresponsible father.
The Nigerian pastor, Femi Aribisala, addressed the allegations made against him by his son’s babymama, identified as Imoteda, accusing him of being an absentee father.
Imoteda took to Twitter to express her discontent with Femi (Jnr), claiming that he failed to fulfill his paternal responsibilities.