(VIDEO) Nigerian man breaks down on TV after DNA results reveals 32-yr-old son is not his

A Nigerian man simply identified as Oscar, has become an Internet sensation after DNA results revealed on a television show, The Jeremy Kyle Show in the United Kingdom, that he is not the biological father of his 32-year-old son.

(VIDEO) Nigerian man breaks down on TV after DNA results reveals 32-yr-old son is not his

The Jeremy Kyle Show, a no-holds-barred chat show which leaves no stone unturned in sorting out the trails and tribulations of the British public, hosted Oscar and the son, Valentine, in one of the most heartbreaking episodes and he invited his father to show him the result of a DNA test he took which confirms he is not his biological son.

Valentine, according to the story, had been told a month ago by his mother that the man who had brought him up may not actually be his dad.

It was gathered that Oscar had brought Valentine to England from Nigeria and put him through school and after the revelation and with both men determined to know the truth, the host of the show conducted a DNA test on the two men to find out the truth, and it tragically turned out Oscar isn’t Valentine’s real dad.

On finding out the news, Oscar broke down in tears and cried bitterly, an incident that viewers have said is the most pathetic event they have seen on television.

Before breaking down, Oscar is heard asking the show host:

“He’s not my son?”

But the host, trying his best to ease the pains for the two, said:

“Being a dad isn’t about being blood-related. It takes a man to look after a kid.”

However, Oscar and Valentine vowed on the programme that no matter the outcome of the DNA test, nothing will change in their father-son relationship.

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