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04 September 2016

Woman draws three men into paternity of a baby

TestA former student of Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology is battling two other men over paternity of a child.

Isaac Kyei Baffour accuses mother of the child of pitching him against the two, one of whom is his friend.

He went into a relationship with the woman, identified only as Martha, during his third year of study.

Isaac says though a friend hinted him the lady had become pregnant, she herself never told him about it until when he was on National Service in the Volta Region last year.

He says following a phone conversation, Martha visited him and told him he is father of her child of which he happily accepted responsibility.

But a year after accepting the responsibility for the two and a half year old baby boy, the woman back-tracked and named two other people as being responsible for the child.

Isaac is particularly worried his own friend is one of the supposed fathers of the boy he has fathered.

Sharing his sentiments on Nhyira FM’s Obra magazine show, he said he is confused over the incident.

Isaac is also worried about the investment he has made in the child which includes life insurances.

Martha will not respond to phone calls for comment on the issue but audio recording available to Obra suggests she is unsure which the three men got her pregnant.

But in a rather bizarre revelation, she doubts if Kyei is the father of the baby in a recorded phone conversation.

In that recorded conversation between him and Kyei, she claim to have had sexual intercourse with Kyei and two other men in the same month in which she conceded.

But a Clinical Psychologist at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital is calling for a DNA test to establish the paternity of the child in the middle of the controversy.

Dr. Daniel Fordjuor also wants a physiological test on the woman.

This according to him can help establish the true paternity of the baby and also help the mother overcome the embarrassment.

So how often do couples fight over the paternity of their children?

Dr. Fordjuor says women are always the culprits because many of them are unable to tell fathers of their children.

According to him, several cases are reported daily at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital as couples fight for the true paternity of their children.

 

 

Source: Adomonline.com

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