A Tororo man identified as Charles Oboth on Saturday fainted on getting DNA results which disregarded him as the biological father of a five-year-old boy. This was at Tororo Central Police Station where they received the report about the paternity of John Mark Owor/ Cam Odoi . Your combined paternity index was zero. The possibility of paternity of the child in dispute is 00.000%. The results completely exclude you as the biological father of the child, stated Dr. Zack Gaskin, in a letter addressed to Oboth. The DNA results instead considered Richard Ochieng, 26, a UPDF soldier in Bombo, as the biological father of the child. The probability of paternity was 99.97%. In light of the results, you are the biological father of the disputed child, stated a different report. On hearing the declaration, Ochiengs relatives jubilated. His mother shed tears of joy. But Proscovia Awor, the mother of the child in dispute, protested the results. I am not accepting the results. I know that Oboth is the father of my son, she insisted. The results put an end to a month-long dispute between the two men. The two parties sought redress from the Police after failing to reach a compromise, after which a DNA test was recommended. The tests were carried out at Oark Biotech Medical Centre in Kampala. Until the declaration, Awor had been married to Oboth.