I/CA court in Mombasa county has ordered a DNA test be done on a child whose mother claims not to belong to her, claims exchange.
According to the lady, she gave birth to a baby boy which the doctors claimed to have minimal kilograms required for a new born and rushed the baby to coast general for advanced treatment not available at their facility.
They later transfered the mother and upon arrival she insisted on seeing her baby, but she was already declared dead and kept in the morgue. That is when drama ensued, the mother denied giving birth to a girl, she insisted that her child was a baby boy "Alisisitiza kutaka kumuona mtoto wake na ndipo akaambiwa kwamba mtoto wake ambaye ni wa kike sasa alikuwa amefariki na mwili wake ulikuwa umehifadhiwa katika chumba cha makafani cha hospitali hiyo ya pili" Says Radio Jambo.
On arriving at the hospital, the husband too confirmed that the child being presented to them is not tge one they received, they
The DCI have a made a requested the court to allow rhem do a DNA test to prove perversity which has been granted to them by the court. This will then help out in determining the case.
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