I have a question for you! It’s about DNA testing, paternity results to be more specific. Here’s is your question:
If you paid support for a child, and years later found out through DNA Testing that the child was not yoursÃ¢â‚¬Â¦would you demand that money back?
A soldier, Absalom Ndlovu of Lugaganeni (Swaziland of Southern Africa) is doing just that. After receiving his paternity results that determined he is not the biological father of Queen Shongwe’s child, Ndlovu has taken the issue to the high courts and requested his money he paid for support of the child be paid back.
In 2008 Queen Shongwe gave birth and named Absalom Ndlovu as the father. Ndlovu admits to having a relationship with Queen Shongwe, and believed he was the father of the child. In 2009 he started having his suspicions and requested a paternity test. The DNA Paternity test revealed that he is not the biological father.
In light of the paternity results, Ndlovu has filed with the high court asking for Shongwe to pay him back the E11 000 in support he has given to her over the years.
According to times.co.sz, Shongwe has not yet responded.
This shows why getting the truth sooner rather than later is so important. Every situation is different, but knowing the right answer to paternity is the first step.