Marriage is ordained by God and is lifetime commitment between a man and woman. When we talk about prominent leaders we cannot forget to mention Francis Ole Kaparo the Former National Assembly Speaker.
However, according to The Standard Digital news on their tweeter account, Kaparo has declined patenity test to be done on the children. In a sworn affidavit he stated,
"The truth of the allegations by the petitioner can be ascertained without the use of a DNA test which is likely to result in unintended consequences in the family. The petitioner seems to be more concerned about succession than the children who she wants to drag into the matrimonial dispute."
What do you think? Should Kaparo allow the life to do the DNA? Should they involve the children in their divorce? What should wives do to protect their marriages? Thanks for your time. Please endeavor to like,feel free to share your thoughts and opinion in the comment section box and also share with other.
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