The Tanzanian President Samia Suluhu has led the country on her first holiday celebration as the President of Tanzania, as he led the country in labour day celebration.
During the celebration, President Suluhu received an applause from his citizens, who appreciated the observation and the announcement that her excellency had made.
President Suluhu said, that after observation, she had noticed that young adults above 18 years old, we're still leaving in their parents home.
Because of that,the president promised to review the apartment from 18 years to 21 years, to allow young adults to adjust, before they can be be on their own, and not their parents responsibility.
This saw the crowd clap and shout, as a show of acknowledging that the president's observation was true, and that they were in agreement with what she was proposing.
President Suluhu told her fellow citizens, that she has been in power for a very short time, so she could not drastically enact some changes, but promised the workers that come next year things will be different.
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