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Joyce Blessing’s Husband Undertook DNA Tests Without Her Permission


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Kwesi Aboagye, a Peace FM radio host, revealed how Joyce Blessings’ children’s DNA was obtained during a radio interview with lawyer Tweneboah Kodua.

According to speculations, one of Joyce Blessing’s children does not belong to her husband, Dave Joy. The news has been circulating on social media for several days and has elicited a variety of reactions from users.

During a conversation with lawyer Tweneboah Kodua, Kwasi Aboagye questioned if both parents’ approval is required before a DNA test may be conducted. He added that Joyce Blessing was completely oblivious of Dave Joy’s actions.

“Our investigations have revealed that the youngsters were in the care of Joyce Blessing. They were approached by a man named Dave Joy, who claimed they were going shopping.

As far as we know, the lady was unaware of the test. As he set the tone for the interview, Kwasi Aboagye stated, “More or less, her agreement was never obtained.”

Lawyer Tweneboah Kodua, on the other hand, decided not to comment on “that specific situation, particularly when it is in court.” Instead, he provided a general education, emphasizing the importance of all parties being aware of the test “because, at the end of the day, every test has consequences.”

Aside from that, he stressed the need of all stakeholders being in the loop because “if nothing else, it will remove uncertainties.”

“I do not believe that is the correct thing to do for one individual to go and take the test,” he said. I believe it should be a bilateral decision rather than a unilateral one. It’s either they’ve both consented to take the test or they haven’t.


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