Tanzania’s Opposition leader, Tundu Antiphas Lissu has reacted to reports that President John Pombe Magufuli will be flown to India for further medical treatment due to alleged Covid-19 complications.
Many Kenyans on Social media have been mocking Magufuli after his admission to a Nairobi Hospital suffering from an infection he refused to believe exists. The country he bashed on the way they handled the pandemic is now where he is admitted.
Lissu in his Twitter handle said that Magufuli is being flown to India to avoid severe embarrassment from Kenyans on social media who are reprimanded from all angles. He explained how it is even worse for a powerful man in Tanzania being sneaked out here and there like an outlaw for medical treatment.
“The latest update from Nairobi. They are planning to sneak him out to India to avoid social media embarrassing from Kenyans. They feel that it will be more embarrassing if the worst happened in Kenya. The most powerful man in Tanzania is now being sneaked about like an outlaw!” Lissu stated.
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