Photo Of The Beautifully Constructed House Where Tanzania's First President Nyerere's Grave Is In.
The first President of the United Republic of Tanzania, the late Mwalimu Julius Nyerere's grave has emerged on-line and thai was grave of his had a very much magnificent and beautiful house built around it and it looks so much nice just as you can see in the pictures.
The mouseleum of the late president had been ranked as one of the best in Tanzania and indeed, it's so much good and well maintained.
The opposition leader Tundu Lissu took to his social media pages to reveal this and he even stated that Mwalimu Julius Nyerere should continue resting in peace.
The house is also well and heavily guarded by the Tanzanian military as he was a former and first president before he died and it will remain so for several years.
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