Tanzania Opposition party Chama Cha Demokrasia na Maendeleo (CHADEMA) made a huge mistake while passing a public announcement to its members.
In a public announcement, CHADEMA mistakenly dated the dates for the release of the public memo as 4th September 2121 instead of 2021.
The public announcement was released hours after police officers raided CHADEMA district offices and took away with tents and chairs that was to be used during a seminar meeting.
The seminar which was scheduled to take place on Saturday was brought into a stand still after the officers surrounded the offices, locking the CHADEMA Youth Council from accessing them.
The memo further alleged that the police officers had arrested the party's officials who intended to attend the seminar despite being blocked.
CHADEMA termed the arrest as violation of constitution of Tanzania and suppression of democratic rights of Tanzanians by police force being used by the National government led by President Samia Suluhu.
This comes as opposition leaders from Tanzania decry mistreatment and uncalled for arrests and frustrations by the government something they have termed as continued dictatorship brought about by the Late Pombe Magufuli.
@denestumain Rekebisheni tarehe kabla wale wazee wa kuona madoadoa hawajaja.
@IRunyota Wa bongo bwana njoni Burundi sisi tuko 2021 nyie mumesha vuka hadi 2121 what's wrong with you guys? mume panic au vipi?
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