The newly sworn in Tanzanian president Samia Suluhu is already expressing how she can work to make Tanzanian a better nation. Samia recieved applauds on her inauguration day and since then she has embarked on serious work of building the nation.
The Tanzanian president is unleashing a strong whip to government officials who seem to be either obstructing the smooth running of the country or going against the law. Since she set her foot in the office, several civil servants have met with her sharp axe thereby being suspended.
The latest public servant to face the worst end of the president is Mrs Devotha Mdachi following her suspension. On Saturday April 9, reports by ZonkNews stated that Mrs Mudachi the Director General of the Tanzania Tourist Board (TTB) was alleged to be misusing public funds and other resources. However, these allegations are still being investigated to get to the principal cause of the matter.
"The Director-General of the Tanzania Tourist Board (TTB), Devotha Mdachi, has been suspended pending an investigation into allegations of misuse of public funds and other resources," the report states.
Mrs Mudachi becomes the third official in the government to be whipped by President Suluhu after two others followed the same route. We are in great hopes that her Excellency President Suluhu will renew Tanzania and take it to greater heights from the legacy left by the late President Magufuli.
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