Kenyans 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.
“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 spoke.
“If possible we will set up a database in the regional commissioner’s office in each region that every man who promises a woman marriage, this should be registered in the database which will allow women to check to see whether the person asking is married …,” Makonda said at a Monday news conference.
Here are mixed reviews of the planned database:
#Tanzania is to make its database of married men in the country public to help women know the marital status of their partners before they have a serious relationship with them. This came about following the number of women who claim to have been cheated on by men #CheatingMen
Hope it works for those who didn’t know. In my little experience, single ladies are more attracted to married men and they advance to these men well aware of their marital statuses.
That does not even qualify to be listed amongst the superficial prescription to infidelity. The heart of man is desperately wicked and man is an inventor of wickedness. Website is so minor a thing to a wicked soul.
Alfred Steven 👉Sober-Man..
Silly idea to make a data base for all married men. Guys would always cheat if the need arises.
Govt accredited and certified cheaters…hahaha that’d be a 1st one