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The president of Burundi, Évariste Ndayishimiye is set to fire all married government officials who have concubines or are involved in extra-marital relationships.
The directive is alleged to have been masterminded by Minister for Internal Security, Gervais Ndirakobuca as a way to bring sanity into the country starting from the top.
Meanwhile, the move has sparked a debate on social media. While some welcomed the move, a different section was not quite impressed as they opined that government should focus more on fighting corruption rather than extramarital affairs.
Read some comments below;
Ash vel stated; “Hahaha….when government has left nothing to do on,just have to interfer in people’s affairs”.
Mr X wrote; “It’s useless, they should use such energy to fight corruption not this nonsense. African states can do everything to oppress people but will never fight corruption and inequality in governments”.
NobleAlkebulanMan added; “It’s their personal life. Nonetheless, if they see it fit, good for them”.
Kwabena Appiah also stated; This doesn’t make sense”.
Thesonofcomfort commented; “That’s moral value at a new level. Quite impressive from an African country”.
the mad king added; “African nations should embrace their traditional culture of polygamy. Westernization is helping no one”.
This post was written by Chinedu Ibeakanma.
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