We Need More People – Tanzanian President Warns Women To Stop Taking Birth Control Pills Welcome to CeeJayInfo

Tuesday, 11 September 2018

We Need More People – Tanzanian President Warns Women To Stop Taking Birth Control Pills


Tanzania's President John Magufuli has urged women to quit taking birth control pills, saying the nation needs more individuals.

"Ladies would now be able to surrender prophylactic strategies," Magufuli said.

The resistance anyway censured the remarks, saying they repudiated the nation's wellbeing arrangement. Tanzania has a populace of around 53 million individuals, with 49% of them living on under $2 (£1.50) multi day. All things considered, a lady dressed in Tanzania has in excess of five children, among the most elevated rates on the planet.

The President made his remarks at a rally on Sunday in the northern Meatu locale, saying individuals who utilize family methods were lazy.

“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. I have travelled to Europe and elsewhere and have seen the harmful effects of birth control. Some countries are now facing declining population growth” he said

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