He made the revelation in a recently published interview with Premium Times.
Read some excerpts from the interview below:
There appears to be renewed interest in DNA testing in Nigeria. Why do you think this is happening?
What was the patronage like at your facility prior to this renewed awareness?
Salami: Let me give you the statistics. Before now, we do an average of 100 DNA tests in a month, but now we handle as many as 400 cases monthly.
The statistics are mind-blowing. You discover that almost 60 percent of the tests that people come to do are negative. In fact, 6 out of every 10 paternity tests turn out negative. Statistically, in DNA paternity testing, most times, in Nigeria, we see that six out of every 10 children might not be fathered by their biological father.