Minister Wants NAMES Of Married Men PUBLISHED On State Website So As To STOP Men From Cheating. Any OBJECTION?

A Regional Commissioner in Tazania, Paul Makonda wants the names of all married men published on the internet in a bid to check infidelity.

In the view of Paul Makonda, single women can always check online before accepting any marriage proposal from a man.

Makonda, who claims to be more concerned about the welfare of women more than even his own life, believes his proposal would stop married men from preying on unsuspecting single ladies.

The Dar es Salaam governor means business and he is willing to do whatever he can to protect single women against the era of ‘promise and fail’ as well as ‘used and dumped’ syndrome.

‘Determined’ Makonda recently addressed the media and revealed a number of measures which he thinks could help check mass infidelity in his region.

He said ‘One of the ideas we have is that when a man marries, he should register on a database so that when a woman is given a promise to marry, she can go to the database and check whether the man is married or not.’


Makonda also added that if the measure is adopted, Christian, Muslim and customary marriages would all be registered on the national database.


Governor Makonda made a strong case on the need to create and publish a national database of married men to protect women from ‘heart breaks’, saying:


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