Tanzanian Governor plans to publish database of married men to tame cheating
Ugandan women heard of this news and immediately wanted it replicated in the country.
News from Tanzania suggests that authorities will make public a database of the names of all married men, to stop cases of cheating.
Reports suggest that single womens hearts are being broken by married men taking advantage of them.
So in a bid to protect women from broken hearts, the names will be published.
Dar es Salaam Regional Commissioner Paul Makonda said he has received a lot of complaints from women who were abandoned by their lovers after a marriage proposal, and that the planned database will help combat infidelity.
n the database, all the marriages, including Christian, customary, Muslim, those filed at the registrar of marriages, will be registered, Makonda said. 'We want to reduce the cases of men conning women in the name of love and marriages. We are planning to meet the State agency in charge of the citizens’ database. Once that meeting is done, you, who lied to a woman that you will marry her, but ended up using and dumping her, be prepared, we are coming for you."