‘The baby looks like one of my wife’s lecturers’: Man gets peace of mind after DNA tests revealed the truth


A Kuwadzana man denied the right of his child to have a birth certificate for four years arguing that there were no similarities between him and the child.

Lovemore Mlambo approached Global Zimbabwe this week together with his wife Angel Taringwa applying for DNA tests for the child to have a peace of mind and the results came negative.

Mlambo, in an interview during Tilder Live Show on Tuesday at Star FM radio told the nation that his affection to Angel deteriorated following the birth of their child.

“I am the one who came with the idea of going for DNA tests since there was nothing similar between me and the child,” said Mlambo.

“Hapana chakafanana neni chero nzeve zvayo asikutoti mwana uyu akafanana nemurume wandinofungira arikudanana nemukadzi wangu.

“I came across messages in Angels mobile phone where she was being invited for some drinks and lunch several times but she kept on denying any wrong doing.

“The baby looks like one of her lecturers that is why I refused several times to go and apply for a birth certificate for past four years.

“This has been affecting me for some time until I decided to know the truth by applying for DNA tests,” said Mlambo.

Angel thanked Global Zimbabwe with the tests refusing to identify the real father saying she has not been conceiving for the past five years before she gave birth to the baby in question.

“I have been faithful to my husband hut I want it to he known that for five years we lived together we had no child daindaida kuita zvandinoita ndingadai ndakazviita ipapo,” said Angel.

“I want to thank Global Zimbabwe with the DNA results and I have no comment on the real father af the child,” said Angel. Tinashe Mugabe of Global LINA Zimbabwe said the probability of Lovemore Mlambo being the father of the said child is zero percent.

— HMetro

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