President Samia Suluhu is a woman on a mission if her recent appointments are anything to go by. She seems to be writing of some of the former president Magufuli’s cronies in a recent shakeup in the appointment of District Commissioners.
An extract from Todays Mwananchi Newspaper
Some powerful individuals who were considered untouchable in the past regime have been axed by President Suluhu. They include, Tukururu, Rwakatare Dart and JKT Bunge. The three were considered to be some of the most powerful individuals during the reign of former president John Pombe.
Some were also moved to different Districts. The list included Kumengwe who has been transferred from Daresalaam to Pwani, Mr. Hapi from Iringa to Tabora, and Chalamila from Mbeya to Mwanza. New entries have seen President Suluhu appoint a former presidential candidate into the list with many reading so much from her recent appointment. Several other shakeups are expected in the coming days.
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