"Mama Mchapa Kazi", Reactions As Millicent Omanga Hails Samia Suluhu For Making This Brave Move
By FourOneOne | self meida writer
Published 8 days ago - 1 views
Embattled nominated Senator Hon Millicent Omanga has lauded the Tanzanian President Samia Suluhu for making a brave move after she ordered the communication ministry to lift the ban on media outlets.
Hon Samia has said that the media outlets should be allowed to operate as long as they obey the laws of Tanzania.
"A brave & necessary move by a leader who was from the onset dismissed by some as timid. I believe president @SuluhuSamia has more up her sleeves; including improving relations with Tanzania's neighbours & global friends. Way to go." Millicent Omanga
Here are some of the comments of the netizens who have joined Omanga in celebrating Samia Suluhu:-
"Just imagine a woman of just less than 4 weeks in the office is more intelligent than our 13yr in power." Kip
"Mama mchapa Kazi. Ingekua Kenya ningemwita #MamaMiradi" Farijala
"Suluhu ana Allahu kwa Tanzania." Sinai Mao
Drop one word for Mheshimiwa Suluhu
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