Tanzania Speaker bans women MPs with fake eyelashes, finger nails from entering Parliament

TANZANIA. Speaker of Parliament Job Ndugai said on Monday, September 10, 2018 that women Members of Parliament (MPs) with fake eyelashes and fake finger nails will not be allowed to enter the legislative house.

“With the powers vested in me by the Constitution of the United Republic of Tanzania, I now ban all MPs with false eyelashes and false finger nails from stepping into Parliament,” he said.

He said he was also consulting with experts before deciding on whether or not to ban those MPs who make use of make-ups excessively from entering the august House.

Mr Ndugai announced the ban shortly after the Deputy Minister for Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children, Dr Faustine Ndugulile, told the House that women with false eyelashes and false finger nails face several health complications that cost the country dearly.

He said every year, the Muhimbili National Hospital (MNH) receive at least 700 women with health complications that are directly linked to the use of false eyelashes, false finger nails and skin bleaching.

Dr Ndugulile was responding to a question from Ms Fatuma Toufiq (Special Seats – CCM) who wanted to know the number of women who have been adversely affected by the use of false eyelashes.

According to Dr Ndugulile, false eyelashes and false finger nails do not fall on the list of cosmetics as outlined in the Tanzania Food, Drugs and Cosmetics act (TFDCA) Cap. 219.

24 Comments

  1. Starboy

    Women why don’t you want to stay truthful to yourselves? Everything about you is false. False hips, false breasts, false eye lashes, borrowing clothes, false movemovements every thing. At last you will start even borrowing pussys. You were created Amanda but you want to change yourself into Kim Kadarshan why? Stay truthful

  2. Nkonkosheni

    Lelo Siliya even u u will see.

  3. Frank mwampatisha

    Good move Mr speaker, is too much ladies everything sure!

  4. Baldwin Zulu

    Let’s do it here in Zambia also

  5. wenger

    yes that’s right Mr speaker no rubish in public ban them

  6. CHINJANI

    Even At Our Homes,husbands Dont Let Wives With False Eyelids,nails, google….Enter Our Houses

  7. Nicki Minaj

    That’s foolishness…. They spend money from their own pockets….. Africans doing stupid things all in the name of culture

  8. CHRIS

    That’s true Parliament is the Honorable house it’s too much for the ladies,even in Zambia Let’s go that route.

  9. mauto

    Am loving this move even here in zed the should copy it

    • GENDER MINISTER

      in Zambia I will ban women from wearing knickers so that Zodwa Wabantu can cume its hot and women need fresh air on fat or thin pussies

  10. My husband

    We need it in Zambia, ban them,they are very old but they are looking young. And they like to present programs when they put on useless things.if you are not beautiful just accept it.

  11. shimule

    If I say Tanzania has people with brains than our country.. Don’t be angry with me… Good move ba job.. Ndugai.. That’s the way to go…
    Even if we say In Zambia it should come it will be a west of time PA ZED yalikosa.

  12. Rabbi M Kangwa

    Yes very good

  13. Dylan Chanda

    True let’s do it here

  14. why

    This is not fair why should Someone tell you what to do with your face and nails the guy is not thinking straight its a free world.. every woman wants to look beautiful and young and thats one way of doing it..

    • Maladi

      I thick her in Zambia the ladies most do the same to avoid prostitution

    • Gabriel Maladi

      I thick her in Zambia the ladies most do the same to avoid prostitution & other activities.

  15. brian musandi jr

    ME I DON’T KNOW TEACHER

  16. Bruno mars the moonshine jungle master

    Im giving you a hand Mr speaker it is not in older

  17. Mr Peace

    Nice move.These people are law makers,why should they look so artificial as though they were prostutes.Here in Zambia this can’t happen because a woman is always right.

  18. Kalembe Bahadoh

    U are doing a recommendable job Mr speaker of Tanzania and I would love if it can not b restricted only in Tanzania.we have problems like that in Zambia especially to civil servants and law-makers

  19. pardon

    Well,that’s good

  20. HOMMIE 24

    Dora siliya and company

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