The last seems not to have been heard about the paternity scandal of former Ogun State, permanent secretary, Bureau of Protocol and Ceremonials Mr. Dolapo Odulana, as the lady who accused him of putting her in the family way, Adesanya Adenike Fausat said her son was ready to undergo a deoxyribonucleic acid, (DNA) test, a nucleic acid that contains the genetic code.
It will be recalled that Mr. Odulana who is said to be a pastor of the Redeemed Christian Church of God was accused by Adenike of being responsible for her pregnancy which resulted in the birth of her son.
Adenike alleged that Odulana impregnated her while she was on internship with the Ministry of Agriculture while their relationship lasted.
She further explained that Mr. Odulana instructed her to terminate the pregnancy but she opted to keep it. She said he denied the pregnancy on the grounds that he was sterile, legally married and a pastor whose image should not be tainted.
Adenike said six years after she gave birth to the child, she tried to contact Odulana on phone on the need to play his role as the father of the child but all her efforts met a brick wall as Odulana allegedly blocked her lines and that of her family members.
Adenike said that in the last six years she had taken care of the child as a single mother and appealed to Odulana to take up his responsibilities.
Adenike was interviewed by veteran broadcaster and activist, Oriyomi Hamzat in a video made available to National WAVES.