Destiny Amaka Offers Advice to Men on Women

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Destiny Amaka, a well-known figure in the media, recently gave advice to men that they should make sure they conduct DNA tests on their children to confirm the paternity of their children, even when there is a striking resemblance.

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Marriage is a culturally significant and frequently legally recognized union between two people who are referred to as spouses. It is also known as matrimony or wedlock.

It establishes rights and obligations between them, as well as between them and their children and between them and their in-laws. It also establishes rights and obligations between them and their in-laws.

Marriage is regarded as a cultural universal. However, the meaning of the word “marriage” varies not only between cultures and religions but also over the course of history.

This piece of advice was given by the on-air personality as a reaction to a video that has gone viral showing a man who was devastated after discovering that he was not the biological father of his only child.

In a lengthy post that she published on her Instagram stories, Destiny gave the following piece of advice: “Even if a child looks like a man, it is important for him to conduct a DNA test just to make sure that he is not fathering another person’s child.” [Note:

 

Men! I don’t care how long you’ve been married I know why I’m saying this ooo, unless you don’t care, nigga go do DNA test for all your children period. Even if you feel the child looks like you my friend will you go and do dna!…

“Better to have peace of mind than to doubt and if your child ain’t yours if your heart can handle it biko continue to be a god parent to that child”, she wrote in part.

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Who is Destiny Amaka?

Destiny Amaka is a Nigerian model, actress, on-air personality, and philanthropist who is known for her body transformation. She was born on December 1.

Destiny Amaka, Marriage

She was born in the United States to an American mother and a Nigerian father. She was nominated for a BAFTA award when she was only 13 years old for a teen documentary about human rights issues.

She has worked as the resident OAP for AIM Consulting, Wazobia Max TV, and CoolFM in the past.

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