As Tanzanians marked the last day of mourning of the late John Pombe Magufuli, Tanzanian businessmen are now demanding an in-depth investigation on why the accounts of several business persons were locked and money taken from these accounts. This only comes days after President Suluhu issued a new directive that went against what Magufuli had ordered last year.
An extract From Today's Mwananchi Newspaper
Speaking after appending his signature and message of condolences to the late Magufuli, the head of Tanzania Political Association John Shibuda said that the new directive by the incumbent should be implemented as quickly as possible to give more hope to the struggling businesses in the country whose accounts were locked.
President Suluhu has once again been praised for bringing hope in a country that had earlier on been perceived to be gagged but with the new developments, there seems to be light at the end of the tunnel following her style of leadership.
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