Sports News of Friday, 28 July 2017
Former Ghanaian International Arthur Moses has hinted that he will conduct a DNA test for all his 3 children following doubts that he really owns the fatherhood rights of those children.
In 2008 an Accra high court ruled that the former football star should pay an amount of GHC300 monthly to the mother of the three children to ensure their up bringing and also stated that the children are to visit their father at least 2 or 3 days when they come to Ghana from France for holidays.
Arthur Moses who has been fulfilling his part of the ruling sees no reason why his former wife will only allow their children to only spend just about 5-10 minutes with him in the name of visit hence the need to conduct a DNA test to get cleared or confirm his doubts.
”I think it’s time for me to request a DNA test because I just don’t understand the whole situation,” he told Hot FM. “My own children only spend 5-10 minutes with me, can it be termed as a visit? he quizzed.
“I can’t just imagine, it’s unbelievable, I will go in for a DNA test to check if they are my children or not,” he concluded.
The three children are aged 17, 19 and 21.