The tussle between the political leaders has been on rising. The majority of leaders are fighting for the change in which at times is inevitable. The majority of African countries have been suffering due to poor leadership, dictatorship, and freedom of expression.
The Constitution amendment has been a nightmare for most countries as the big wing used it as the ladder. As reported by the exiled opposition leader honorable Tundu Lissu, Chairman Freeman Mbowe and eleven other leaders were arrested in Mwanza. According to Tundu, the leaders were arrested in line with organizing a public forum on constitutional change.
Tundu Lissu has condemned the incident after alleging that calling for political reforms is no breach of any law. Lissu Tundu has urged all Tanzania's development partners to stop subsidizing the Chama Cha Mapinduzi CCM dictatorship and to support the democracy.
Meanwhile, since President Suluhu Hassan took the leadership more changes have been occurring which has impressed millions of Tanzanians.
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