A young Nigerian has passed away after discovering that he is not the biological father of his son.
This sad story was shared on social media by the close friend of the deceased. According to him, his friend was abroad to seek money in order to be able to meet the needs of his wife and son.
Unfortunately, he stumbled across a Snapchat video of his wife in bed with a younger man. This prompted him to return to Nigeria and request a DNA test for his son. After reading the results, he collapsed and died.
“As a man, if you don't date a prostitute, you will never know if your wife is. A man married a woman and they have a child. The man went abroad to work. It was on Snapchat that he saw a little boy having fun with his wife.
He called his wife to ask her why she was doing this because he built a house and bought a car for her. He threatened to come and collect everything he had bought her. His wife said that if he dared to come to Nigeria, she would ask law enforcement to arrest him. The man got angry and came to Nigeria.
He went to the hospital for a DNA test because of his love for his son. When the young man discovered that the son was not his, he died of cardiac arrest”, said his friend in a video that went viral.
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