The Tanzanian President madam Samia Suluhu is in Uganda on his first out of the country tour, the President is scheduled for a one day meeting in Uganda, where she is to talk business with Ugandan authority.
But one thing caught our attention as she jetted in Uganda for the business visit, the Tanzanian President was spotted wearing a face mask for the first time.
This is far from what her predecessors preached about, as he was adamant to wearing a face mask, and even warned his citizens to be careful with the type of face mask they wear.
But Madam Suluhu seemed to be reading from a different script, as she has hinted of working with professionals to access the level of corona in Tanzania.
By wearing face mask in a foreign land, she has also indicated the respect to the land she visited, and that she is humble to follow the rules of the land.
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