Mon, 02 Jul 2018 14:14 - Updated Mon, 02 Jul 2018 14:14
Paternity denial brings society down - bishop
Luanda - Paternity denial has hugely brought down the society during the last times, said the retired bishop of the Methodist United Church, Emílio de Carvalho.
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Retired bishop of the Methodist United Church, Emílio de Carvalho.
Photo: Joaquina Bento
According to the bishop, the paternity denial perpetrated by some reckless fathers has badly influenced the child’s development.
Speaking to ANGOP, the religious entity, regretted that some men have refuse to provide support to children born in extramarital relationship leaving the burdern for the woman.
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