‘Let’s Reduce The Speed,’ President Samia Suluhu Asks Women To Use Contraceptives

Tanzania President Samia Suluhu is a worried leader after realizing that in a month, out of the multiple health centers, one produces 1,000 babies.

Samia expressed her concerns as she noted that in three years, the burden would be too heavy to bear.

She concluded the matter as she said women should actively regulate childbearing to control the foreseen ‘danger.’

“Yesterday I was told in Buselesele ward in Geita region, one center produces 1,000 children a month.

President Samia Suluhu

Now, how many classes will be needed after three years? What of health centers? – how many will be needed to serve all these children? How many Tonnes of food will be needed? Let’s reduce the speed and have control of this.”

Her statement is at odds with what she recently spoke as she asked scientists to research and find out what’s ailing young men as they are not bearing children as they should.

In a recent post shared by East Africa Radio, the Head of State said,

“Kwanini watoto wetu wakifika wakati wa kuongeza jamii wanahangaika,

mara supu ya pweza, tuna tatizo na mnalijua mnalificha watafiti fanyeni utafiti, na kwasababu halisemwi ni siri linaumiza zaidi vijana wetu, tatizo kubwa lipo kwenye lishe.”

“Why is it that when our children get to the age of getting families they are struggling?”

“There is a big problem and I know you are all aware of it. Scientists, please do research and because it is not said out loud as it is a secret, our young men are suffering, and the main problem is in the diet.” Samia said.

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