Tanzania's Run Away Dads To Be Tracked Down As Government Probably Consolidates Its Moral Crusad
Government of Tanzania has called upon mothers of children ditched by their fathers to come forward with details of their spouses, reported BBC World Service on April 11, 2018. The underpinning idea behind the call is believed to be facilitating tracking down of the run away dads, with eventual aim of compelling them to take responsibility for upbringing of their kids. Implementation of the initiative is said to have already began in the country's commercial capital of Dar es Salaam.
The government is reported to have rationalized the call by arguing family breakdowns are the main cause for alleged dwindling moral standards in the East African second largest economy. Some local political analysts, however, do not agree. They doubt the initiative as unrealistic, and wonder whether it is yet another attempt by the government to involve itself in matters that may be related to morality.
Earlier this year, the government of Tanzania banned posting of sexy photos to the social media by the country's beautiful girls and women. Even sexy music videos were banned with some popular local world class artists like Diamond Platnumz warned!
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