DNA: 50% Of Families In Nigeria Are Fathering Other Men’s Children – OAP Fada Kane

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A popular Calabar OAP Kanedrick Kingsley Agwu, also known as Fada Kane has made a case for men interested in DNA test.

He believes that fifty percent of Nigerian families father other men’s children.

Recall that after more than 20 years, the broadcaster with FAD93.1 FM Calabar learned that he is not the biological father of two children his ex-girlfriend claimed were his.

He added that if every family in the country were to conduct a DNA test, they would discover a significant rate of paternity fraud.

“Should every family in Nigeria be asked to carry out a paternal DNA test, you will find out less than 50% of the family in Nigeria are fathering another man’s children. Let love and kindness overwhelm you,” he wrote in a Facebook post on Wednesday, March 27, 2024.

 

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In other news, Actor Joseph Benjamin has taken to social media to lament about tribalism in Nollywood.

He said that certain Nigerian filmmakers use indigenous films to promote tribal superiority.

In a post on his X page, the 47-year-old addressed the surge in cultural-based film production in Nollywood. He stated that, while Nigerian films are “amazing,” there appears to be a “race to showcase whose culture is best.”

Benjamin also mentioned the South African film industry, stating that they “are more focused on pushing their country to the world rather than tribes.”

He also addressed indigenous film producers, asking if they develop their films with a “mindset of communalism or individualism”.

He said:

“My dear Nollywood, we are slowly pivoting towards a tribal trajectory. As I skim through, all the amazing language based titles, coming out of the industry. I cannot help, but see a subtle race, to showcase whose culture is best,” he wrote.

“As much as we desire to tell our stories ourselves. The competitive lines are becoming less blurry. When South Africans make films, they have one goal. Which is quite evident in their final work.

“The big picture is South Africa as a brand. How do we sell South Africa to the world? Not Afrikaans, Ndebele, Northern Sotho, Sesotho, Swazi, Setswana, Tsonga, Venda, Xhosa, and Zulu.

“However, reverse is the case with us. We are all about, how do I sell the Igbo, Yoruba, Hausa culture. Well, as much as some might be of the opinion that, if they see these tribes, and the beauty of our diversity. They will be attracted to our culture at large.

“Let me ask this question to you dear filmmaker. Please look in the mirror, and honestly tell yourself the truth. When you make your language based films. Do you have a mindset of communalism? Or individualism?

“Until we start seeing this whole process as a ‘WE’ focused movement and not ‘I’, then and only then can we boldly say we are ready to scale up.”

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