Leader of opposition in Tanzania using the CHADEMA Party and also a sitting Member of Parliament Singida East Constituency has issued a statement concerning the predicament that happened to UDA blogger, Dennis Itumbi.
Tundu Antiphas Lissu is a victim of torture and attempted assassination believes to be spearheaded by the Late Tanzania's President, John Pombe Magufuli.
On his Twitter account, Lissu stated to the Kenyan Government and its'people that he is very disappointed by the kidnapping and torture of Itumbi.
He added that the Kenyans are known to be very welcoming to people who have experienced political persecution in the whole of East African Community and should be leading by example.
"I am appalled by the abduction and brutal torture of my friend and one of Kenya's best known media personalities, Dennis Itumbi. Kenyans, who have given refuge to the persecuted of our region can and should do better than copy the worst and most obnoxious thugs in our EA neighborhood," he stated.
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