Startling revelations regarding the marriage of popular Gospel musician, Joyce Blessing and her estranged husband, Dave Joy indicates that one of the three children of the singer does is not the biological child of her estranged husband.
This was revealed on the ‘Entertainment Review’ show on Peace FM hosted by astute radio broadcaster, Kwasi Aboage on Tuesday, December 7, 2021.
According to Kwasi Aboagye, per their investigations, Dave Joy carried the DNA test without the fore-knowledge or consent of Joyce Blessing.
Kwasi Aboagye claims Joyce Blessing’s consent was not sought before DNA test was conducted In the midst of reports that DNA test results have shown that one of the three children of Joyce Blessing is not her estranged husband’s, broadcaster Kwasi Aboagye has detailed how Dave Joy, husband of the gospel musician, requested for the test at the blind side of the wife.
The Peace FM presenter, during an interview with lawyer Tweneboah Kodua on whether consent from each party would have to be sought before a
DNA test could be carried out, claimed that he was informed Joyce Blessing was unaware of Dave Joy’s action.
“Our investigations show that the children were in the custody of the lady [Joyce Blessing]. The man [Dave Joy] went for them saying they were going shopping. That was when the sample of the children was taken for the test. So, per what we know, the lady never knew about the test. More or less, her consent was never sought”, Kwasi Aboagye said as he laid the premise for the interview.
Lawyer Tweneboah Kodua however decided to not address “that specific matter especially when it is in court”. Instead, he did a general education, stressing that, all parties should be aware of the test “because, at the end of the day, every test has implications”.
Besides that, he noted that it was imperative for all parties to be in the known because “if for nothing at all, it will take away doubts”.
He emphasised that “for one person to go and do the test, I do not think it’s the proper thing to do… I don’t think it should be unilateral; I think it should be a bilateral decision. It’s either both of them have agreed to do the test or it’s a court order.”
Joyce Blessing and Dave Joy’s divorce case is currently in court.
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