Omoborty, a Nollywood star actress, has spoken out about the popular DNA test among couples.
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It’s not a big deal, she said, if both parties agree on getting the test done.
During an interview, the actress stated that she would enable her husband to conduct DNA testing on their children merely to prove she had nothing to hide.
However, Omoborty noted that the spouse must be prepared to provide a reasonable explanation for why he needed to conduct the DNA test since this will establish the foundation of the relationship’s trust in the future.
“If it’s okay with both parties.” It is OK to do a DNA test. I heard that some hospitals switch infant sexes since there could be foul play in the hospital (laughs). I’m not sure if it’s true or if I’ve seen too many Nigerian films.
But, to be honest, If there’s a need to clarify anything up, it’s not a bad idea.”
However, I won’t blame my husband if he insists on our children taking a DNA test. Yes, I’ll permit him. I have a skeleton in my closet if I don’t let him in. But he’s just shown me that he doesn’t believe in me.
I’ll comply, but my next steps will be determined by his explanation and the circumstances surrounding his request,”
The divorced mother of two also mentioned that her former relationship taught her a lot about men and dating, noting that she can’t tell other women what kind of man they should date and that each woman is free to do whatever makes her happy.
Okeowo further stated that she is still interested in marrying.
Yes, I’ve dated the wealthy, the middle-class, and the impoverished!”
“Love is most often found in unexpected locations. And for me, love comes first, before everything else… certainly, some women are lucky enough to have their package complete, which means (having an attractive, wealthy man), which is every woman’s wish and prayer.”
“But someone must also be with the other males.” “And don’t forget that God can come through for anyone, especially if they aren’t lazy and have a future,” she added.