The president of Tanzania was captured smiling and people all over East Africa couldn’t get enough of her smile. The president is known to be a non-nonsense person who is always serious with her work of making Tanzania a better place.
A photo of the president while bursting in smiles has been doing rounds on social media. This photo was taken in a meeting in the Jakaya Kikwete Convection Centre in Dodoma where party members of Chama Cha Mapinduzi CCM sat to elect the chairperson of the party. The seat was left vacant after the death of the former president John Pombe Maghufuli who was the caretaker of the seat.
Many people had the opinion that her Excellency’s smile was as a result of her confidence that she was going to secure the position with a landslide win. The seat will be very crucial for her since it will give her much control of the CCM party. This will come in handy in her presidential reign.
Her photo while smiling has since then gone viral with many people sharing the photo across social media handles. Tanzanians have grown fond of the president who happens to be the first female president in the country. After the party elections, she will also become the first chairlady of CCM, a party mostly dominated by men.
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