Rashid Abudalla Leave Kenyans Talking As He Shares This Statement Concerning The Late Pombe Magufuli
By oscarmayaka7 | self meida writer
Published 26 days ago - 21572 views
Rashid Abudalla has left Kenyans talking on different social media platforms for the another time. This is after he shared this statement concerning the late Tanzanian President John Pombe Magufuli that has raised eyebrows online.
According to the post that Rashid made trough his Instagram account, Rashid was sending his condolences to Tanzanians and the family of the late Magufuli at the same time.
"Mungu awape nguvu na subira ndugu zangu watanzania. Hili ni pigo kubwa kwa watanzania na pigo kubwa kwa jumuiya ya Africa mashariki!" Rashid's statement.
Now this statement has gone vilar on different social media platforms, and it's sparking a lot of reactions currently from netizens.
Many are are out to send their condolences also to Tanzanians at the same time to the entire region. Anyway what will you remember Magufuli for!?
Make me know trough the comments section below. Share your thoughts as you share this news to your friends! Below are some condolences from netizens:
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