President Samia Suluhu has adapted well after succeeding the late president, John Pombe. She is running a number of projects which has has seen her bodyguards get involved more frequently in offering her the needed security. What has caught the attention of everyone is what was spotted in her security team in the recent past.
This has led to many questioning the need of such tight security.
Robert Alai, HSC tweeted, "Such a level of vigilance and need for security around Suluhu should inform Tanzanians that she is not different from Magufuli. She'll kill and be as vicious as her predecessor. You don't need such if you are for open engagement."
Kesh Danny was among many netizens who reacted saying, "Basically even wearing clothes will become an issue. She's a president and her security is paramount, saa zingine sio lazima kubweka ili ujulikane ukona bundles."
Mercie Kerry wrote, "Or as a woman she is genuinely afraid,she has undone so many things in a short time so obviously the people she inherited from the late will be angry she didn't maintain status quo,so she is taking precaution,my thoughts."
Brian Mugisha wrote, "This is ridiculous - did you expect them to just have batons? She is the head of the state - can't afford any slip ups on security."
Laban Mbunya tweeted a reply to Rober Alai's post reading, "Start campaigning in Nyando by building schools, roads, attending Nyando people in this economic times. Familiarize yourself with good deeds in Nyando."
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