President Samia Suluhu Warns Her Cabinet Ministers Over Misbehaving
By Bozemba | self meida writer
Published 6 days ago - 53 views
The President of the United Republic of Tanzania Mama Samia Suluhu Hassan today witnessed her new appointed Cabinet Ministers taking ought.
During her speech, President Samia Suluhu Hassan warned the Minister to take duties so that they build Tanzania in terms of Economy. This is what she stated;
"Nataka mfanye Kazi, sitaki uzembe kwenye kazi ambazo nimewapatia. Mimi mnaniona mpole sana, lakini mimi ni hatari. Na Ukinizingua, pia mimi Nakuzingua." Said President Samia Suluhu Hassan
Samia Suluhu Hassan was sworn in as the President of Tanzania, after the death of the late Dr John Pombe Joseph Magufuli. And she currently following the footsteps of the late Magufuli in terms of leadership.
The late Magufuli would sack a Government Officers before the Public for joking with their duties. And also oppressing the Normal Mwananchi. Magufuli practiced Justice to all.
And that is what Mama Samia Suluhu Hassan is currently performing to the peak of its level.
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