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Former Chelsea Defender ‘Dribbled’ By Wife To Raise Twins Not Fathered By Him Seeks Divorce



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Geremi Njitap, the former Chelsea footballer, has initiated divorce proceedings after learning that he unknowingly raised twins for over a decade that were not biologically his.

The 45-year-old athlete had been married to Toukam Fotso Laure Verline for twelve years.

According to reports from The UK Sun, court documents from Geremi’s native Cameroon outline Toukam’s alleged destructive behavior in their marriage, citing “repeated lies” and “abject behavior” as reasons for the dissolution. Shockingly, the documents reveal that Toukam falsely claimed the twins born in June 2008, four years prior to their marriage, were Geremi’s own offspring, which led to their decision to wed.

However, a recent DNA test exposed the truth, confirming that the children were actually fathered by Toukam’s previous partner. This revelation has shattered the couple’s marital harmony, leading Geremi to pursue legal action to end their union.

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Meanwhile besides the news of Geremi Njitap seeking divorce over the paternity fraud,

Edema Fuludu, ex-Nigerian international, has urged the Nigerian Football Federation (NFF) to offer fellow former Super Eagles player,  George Finidi, the senior national team job.

Jose Peseiro vacated the post after leading Nigeria to the final of  African Cup of Nations tournament in Côte d’Ivoire which the Eagles lost to the hosts 1-2

Fuludu told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos on Saturday that with Super Eagles 2-1 victory over Black Stars of Ghana in a friendly match on Friday, Finidi had shown that he is the right man for the job.

According to him, the leadership of NFF should look within the shores of the country in the appointment of a new gaffer for the Eagles.

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