Pastor Josephat Gwajima of Tanzania was heavily criticized a few weeks ago after mocking Kenya and Rwanda for enforcing strict measures to control the spread of coronavirus within their boundaries. He was condemning the closure of churches and claimed that the two countries were worse than Tanzania because of shutting down local churches.
On Sunday 10th of May Gwajima reignited the war against all those who are against the president of Tanzania John Pombe Magufuli branding them as agents of the Devil. "Wanaompinga Rais ni wakala wa Shetani." Gwajima penned on hi twitter account. The statements translates to, "Those who are against the president are agents of the devil."
This comes as many people continue to criticize president Magufuli as a result of the rapid increase in the cases of coronavirus in Tanzania in the past month claiming that he has been reluctant in imposing strict measures to help in containing COVID-19 pandemic.
Tanzania has so far confirmed a total of 509 cases of infection which includes the latest 29 cases that were reported in Zanzibar two days ago though the Ministry of Health has not provided any update on the virus for 11 days.
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