Dar es Salaam's Regional Commissioner Wants to Combat Infidelity by Creating a Database of Married Men
The Tanzanian politician says it will help prevent women from "heartbreak."
How do you curb widespread infidelity in a country? Well, according to the Regional Commissioner of Dar es Salaam, you put the perpetrators on full blast for the entire country to see via an online database.
Paul Makonda, the regional commissioner of Tanzania's largest city, has announced plans to create a new database that will list all men who have asked for a woman's hand in marriage, in order to warn women of men's relationship status and prevent "heartbreak," CNN Africa reports.