Temperature is high in Tanzania after President Suluhu Hassani's camp made a 'grave' mistake by arresting the opposition leader honorable Freeman Mbowe. As reported by most media houses, the CHADEMA chairperson was arrested after he was allegedly found planning to hold a meeting that was aimed to amend the Constitution. The opposition has been fighting for a constitutional amendment for quite a while. Their pleas have not to bear any fruit in the country.
CHADEMA members have reacted furiously after the government has allegedly arrested him over terrorism among other faults. The party has been allegedly planning to have a national demonstration that will make the government release CHADEMA's members.
Exiled opposition leader Hindu Lissu has reacted following Mbowe's arrest. The leader has cautioned the incumbent President Suluhu to follow the predecessor's footprint. Tundu has allegedly advised President Suluhu's camp to stop intimidation because they are allegedly exposing the opposition to Tanzanians. Will President Suluhu's camp release Mbowe?
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