There's no doubt that the incumbent President of Tanzania Samia Suluhu Hassan has Been transforming her Country in Order to be a competitive export sector in East Africa while promoting the livelihood and lifestyle of Tanzanians.
While the late president of Tanzania John Pombe Magufuli had been sceptical over the Covid-19 cases in Tanzania, Samia Suluhu Hassan has been open on The effects the COVID-19 pandemic has had on both the global and Tanzania’s economy.
Moreover, the government of Tanzania under Samia is Set to reduce the income tax rate by 1 percent to 8 percent in the 2021/2022 financial year.
This is what Citizen Television posted About Samia Suluhu's message during labour day.
Evans Rotich Said, "People's president! Tanzania's finest."
Kenei Enoch said, "She's a president worth emulation, she's focused on changing the lives of Tanzanians but not their construction."
Therefore, what do you think about the latest move by Samia Suluhu's Goverment? Leave a comment, let's keep the conversation going.
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