Tanzanian Governor, Paul Makonda Is Proposing A National Database Of Married Men To Protect Single Women

Paul Makonda, the governor of Tanzania’s largest city, Dar Es Salaam has just announced plans to create and publish a database of married men. According to him, this would help protect women from “heart breaks”.

Tanzanian Governor, Paul Makonda Is Proposing A National Database Of Married Men To Protect Single Women
Tanzanian Governor, Paul Makonda Is Proposing A National Database Of Married Men To Protect Single Women

Paul Makonda said he has received a lot of complaints from women who were abandoned after a marriage proposal. “I have been receiving complaints from women who have been promised marriage by men, yet the men didn’t fulfill the promise. I know women who have been paying bills yet the men walked away …” Makonda said in native Kiswahili.

He went on to say that if the database was set up in the regional commissioner’s office in each region, every man who proposed marriage to a woman would be registered in the database for other women to check and confirm if the person asking them was married.

It would be recalled that in August, in neighboring Kenya, a governor had vowed to expose politicians who abandoned their lovers with children after having an affair with them.
He had also gone on to post phone numbers on his Facebook Page for women to contact his office with pictures and evidence of affairs with these men.
“From today all great women of this country, if there is an MP, Senator, Governor, civil servant or businessman who has impregnated you and denied responsibility send me their details we expose him and seek DNA tests when he’s still alive,” Sonko wrote on his Facebook page.
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