Moses Kuria Gets Roasted Over His Comments on Who Should Take Over as Next President of Tanzania
By GTimes | self meida writer
Published 26 days ago - 5 views
The Member of Parliament for Gatundu South has faced a backlash from Netizens following His recent comment concerning the transition of power in Tanzania following the death of President John Magufuli.
Moses Kuria took to Facebook with a post in which he wished that the Tanzanian government could hand over the presidency to Magufuli's wife Janet so that she would complete the unfinished projects that were initiated by Magufuli.
"I think Tanzanians should have allowed Mrs. Janet Magufuli to take over “ndio amalizie kazi nzuri iliyoanzishwa na mzee”, Moses said in a statement.
His sentiments have elicited mixed reactions from Netizens with many reminding him that the handing over of Presidential power has to happen as stipulated by the country's Constitution and not otherwise. Below are some of the reactions from Netizens.
"In short, you're saying Tanzanians should disregard the constitution. Lakini what is exactly wrong with some people?".
Shiroh Njama Felly
"If that's what their constitution states then well and good if not a country is not a family property and the constitution should be followed".
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