Zambia Government Declares Against Sex Dolls, Owners

Zambia Government Declares Against Sex Dolls, Owners

The Zambian Government has declared its take against the recent spate of sex dolls and its owners in the country.

The government of Zambia has in line with its disapproval issued a fierce campaign against sex dolls in the country. The fierce campaign also includes threats of heavy jail terms for owners of the sex objects.

Describing sex dolls as “very unnatural,” the Zambian government has launched a campaign aimed at cracking down the spread of sex toys.

The action which began last month came as part of the huge ongoing controversy in the country over the advent of the sex object.

The Zambian Minister of National Guidance and Religious Affairs, Godfridah Sumaili, while addressing the highly controversial topic said: “No one sells them openly, no one admits to owning one, and no one has been arrested.

“Being a Christian nation, obviously we are anchored in Christian principles and one of the values is morality and ethics.”

She further added: “Selling or using a sex doll is against Zambian law,”

Vowing to ensure a total ban on entry of the sex toy, she added: “The use of sex dolls is definitely in contradiction to our natural heritage and our principles.

“The law actually forbids anybody to trade (in) and to use such objects — and so this is why we are saying for Zambians that this is a very unnatural thing.”

The minister further maintained that the ban came as a necessary procedure seeing as media reports held that the goods are being imported into Zambia from Asia.