Tanzanian Chief Opposition Leader Mr Tundu Antiphas Lissu on his twitter page has expressed his anger over the government's latest move to move the late President Pombe Magufuli's body to different provinces to be viewed before he is buried on 25th March.
Lissu has faulted the above move asking the New Tanzanian Head of State President Samia Suluhu to put an end to the above mentioned move.
Lissu has fired at the government asking it of any country where the dead are transported from place to place.
He further fired at the government telling it off that after hiding Magufuli and not revealing to Tanzanians when he was sick, it is now moving him from place to place.
"Hivi hawa watu wanatoa wapi akili za aina hii? Ni nchi gani inayotembeza wafu wake namna hii? Baada ya kumficha na kutuficha wakati anaumwa, sasa mnamzururisha akiwa amekufa ili kututhibitishia alivyokuwa anapendwa au? Madame President, please put an end to this tasteless circus!" Lissu noted on his twitter page.
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