In her message of condolences to the people of Tanzania, Muranga MP has lauded Magufuli as a strong African leader who could fight tooth and nail for his people.
According to the lawmaker, the late father of Tanzanians was a strong Christian who believed in God and the church institutions and this stands the reason Magufuli fought with the church during the Covid-19 prevalence in the country.
President John Pombe Magufuli succumbs to heart disease/Courtesy Photo
"President Pombe Magufuli cherished church institutions and his faith and believe in God was not only admirable but also characterized a firm and strong believer," Sabina Chege lauded late President Pombe Magufuli in a post.
Sabina Chege lauded that President John Pombe Magufuli shall be remembered for his Christian nature alongside the fluent Swahili accent/ Screenshot post
As most leaders across nations mourn the departed hero, many cheered and remembered him for his fluent Swahili accent.
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