PM insists measures against moral decay instigators

PRIME Minister Kassim Majaliwa said the government will continue to take stern measures against people found to promote acts against moral values.

The premier made the remark when winding up the 11th meeting of the National Assembly in Dodoma on Wednesday.

“The government, on its part, will continue to take strict action against all those who are proven to go against moral standards,” the premier underscored.

In particular, Mr Majaliwa said that moral decay is a cross-cutting matter, thus emphasising the need for cooperation between government and society as a whole.

“Let me re-emphasize that the issue of moral decay doesn’t concern the government alone. We need the cooperation of every Tanzanian in stopping those acts,” PM pointed out

“We must now protect our generations from foreign cultures that threaten prosperity and the development of the Tanzanian community.”

Prime Minister said the government continued to take effective measures to protect the morals and dignity of Tanzanians.

Moreover, PM said the government directed the Law Reform Commission to review the laws to identify areas of weakness which contribute to spreading of such practices.

He added that the Commission has already conducted the review, including gathering opinions from various stakeholders and once the draft document is complete it will be submitted for the next steps.

In a related development, Mr Majaliwa said the government has directed all schools to continue educating students from the pre-primary education to the secondary level (Form Six) about the consequences of involving in acts against moral values.

“Educating the students should go hand in hand with strengthening gender desks so that they can provide services to our children,” PM added.

Similarly, Mr Majaliwa revealed that the government has continued to encourage community participation in condemning moral decay.

“I strongly urge my fellow Tanzanians to work together to raise voices so that we can together put to an end such actions which bring negative impacts to our current and future generations,” Mr Majaliwa underlined

In October last year, President Samia Suluhu Hassan reiterated a call upon religious leaders to put more emphasis on reshaping the public in responding to widespread moral decay in the society.

President Samia issued the call during the Mawlid Council held at the Diamond Jubilee Hall in Dar es Salaam.

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