Boost For President Suluhu After Army Commandant Assures Her Of Their Support
By Trueboy_NyakokoTV | self meida writer
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Tanzanian new President Suluhu Samia has today being assured by the army of their support as she embarks on taking over from the late John Pombe Magufuli who was pronounced dead late last week after battling heart complications for years.
Many had questioned her ability in ruling the Swahili speaking nation, but the soft speaking President reaffirmed her ability in leading the country. This week at Jamuhuri Stadium, President Suluhu Samia stamped her authority by claiming that she was now in charge of the country and those doubting it should be prepared for a leadership that is strong.
Speaking in Chato, the army Commandant revealed that the army is fully in support of the newly sworn in president, and that they will be under her service as she is now the commander in chief of the armed forces of Tanzania. The laying to rest of Magufuli is expected to happen anytime from now in his home are in Chato.
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