Actress Mary Njoku just took to her verified Instagram page to advise men in a recent post that they should look carefully before they leap and not just arrive at conclusions if they conduct DNA tests secretly and discover that their child or children isn't theirs.
Mary Njoku said, "Dear men, You cannot conclude that your wife is unfaithful just because you found out your child isn't YOURS. Pls do another DNA test to check if the child is HERS. Strange things are happening everywhere."
Most Nigerians especially women on social media nodded in agreement to this statement and agreed that a second look at things usually pays off, and it is better to be patient so that men don't make mistakes that they later regret after all, not all women in the world are cheaters in marriage or relationships.
Read the screenshots of netizens reactions to her post below.
With all of these reasons, sometimes cross checking twice could save many marriages.
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