The popular nyama choma eating joint Kamakis was just minding its business.
Dear men, you would rather gather together your friends and treat them to nyama choma and drinks at Kamakis instead of wasting money on DNA’s to establish if that child you are raising is biologically yours.
This is the advise a man told on Classic 105, during a discussion about men raising other men’s kids.
The man hoped men would listen to his advise to avoid the trauma and psychological distress that follows discovering the kids he is raising are not his.
“My name is Chege, Maina let me tell you what I advise men about taking the kids for DNA. I beseech you don’t, because you will find out of the four kids, three are not his. What do you think such a man will do? I am sure about mine, I have one kid, with one woman. I am sure because when I married her I was her first love , si you know what I mean? I trust her 100 percent. Mimi ndio nilikuwa mwakilishi wake, lakini wengine huko nje, enda tu kamakis uweke nyama mkule, there’s no point in DNA”
He told men to bravely soldier on raising that child that calls him ‘daddy’. He told that those with lingering doubts of the paternity should be ignored .
Dear Classic 105 fam, do you agree with this man or does one bite the bullet?
Important to know facts about DNA:
DNA testing is currently the most advanced and accurate technology to determine parentage. In a DNA paternity test, the result (called the ‘probability of parentage) is 0% when the alleged parent is not biologically related to the child, and the probability of parentage is typically 99.99% when the alleged parent is biologically related to the child.
It is possible to determine who the biological father of the fetus is while the woman is still pregnant through procedures called chorionic villus sampling or amniocentesis.