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Man allegedly beats wife to a pulp, plucks her teeth, after DNA report shows he is not the father of their 3 kids (Full Story)

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With the high rate of paternity fraud being recorded in Nigeria by married women in recent times, it’s no longer news when issues of marital infidelity, committed by Nigerian women is exposed on cyberspace.

An unidentified man is said to have allegedly battered his wife mercilessly and plucked her three teeths, leaving her with severe bruises and black eyes.

The man is said to have battered her at the embassy, after DNA reports showed he is not the father of their three children.

It would appear the man was planning to relocate fully to Canada with his entire family, and during the documentation process, was asked to produce samples containing genetic materials of his children for DNA testing to prove he’s the father of the said children.

Narrative didn’t go very well for the unfortunate wife however when the test results returned and confirmed all 3 children of the wife don’t belong to the husband. The enraged man couldn’t contain his anger and lashed out at his unfateful wife, beating her to a pulp.

It’s unclear the state of their marriage at this point, but it won’t come as a surprise if the husband files for a divorce after the damning discovery.

According to a reliable report, Nigeria is the second country, with the highest paternity fraud in the world, after Jamaica.

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ASUU chapters at loggerheads after FG offer to end 8-month strike.

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The controversy generated by the ongoing strike between the federal government and the leadership of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) is yet to abate despite the pleas from Nigerians.

The Nation reports that some branches of ASUU were divided over whether to accept the federal government’s offer and call off their eight-month-old strike. Legit.ng gathered that the union would harmonise the positions of zones and branches at a meeting in Abuja on Friday, November 27. The minister of labour and employment, Chris Ngige, addressing the leadership of ASUU in Abuja over the strike. The report said while some branches insisted that the government must meet all the demands before the strike is called off, the union may put the decision to a vote. It was learnt that the Ahmadu Bello University branch agreed with the government on the N40 billion Earned Academic Allowance (EAA).

The branch, however, called for payment of the allowance before the strike will be called off. The newspaper noted that the lecturers at the Federal University of Petroleum Resources, Delta state, said negotiations with the federal government must be concluded before the strike is called off. The chairman of ASUU at the university, Ezekiel Agbalagba, said the congress on Wednesday, November 25, accepted the EAA, but rejected the N25 billion for the revitalisation of the varsities.

He said:

“We are willing to suspend the strike, but some of those contending issues should be thrashed and thrashed once.”
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had previously reported that the authority of the University of Calabar (UNICAL) directed all non-teaching staff of the institution to resume work on Friday, November 27, with cutlasses, hoes, brooms, and buckets to clear overgrown grass, sweep offices as well as keep the environment clean.

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