Tanzania Bans Female Lawmakers From Wearing Fake Eyes Lashes And Nails To Parliament




Female lawmakers with artificial nails and false eyelashes have been banned from Tanzania’s parliament, local media reported on Monday.

Tanzania Bans Female Lawmakers From Wearing Fake Eyes Lashes And Nails To Parliament
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Job Ndugai, the Speaker of Parliament, who made the announcement, stated that both cosmetic trends could cause health problems.

The ban has started trending in the social media along with other decision taken by President Johan Magufuri, especially concerning his position on the use of contraceptives.

Earlier yesterday the president of Tanzania Magufuli was reported to have said there was no need to use birth control.

“They do not want to work hard to feed a large family. And that is why they opt for births controls and end up with one or two children only,” he said.





Uzonna Anele
Anele is a web developer and a Pan-Africanist who believes bad leadership is the only thing keeping Africa from taking its rightful place in the modern world.

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