Tanzanian opposition chief Mr. Freeman Mbowe was dramatically arrested when he was in his hotel room on Tuesday night in Mwanza, in the north Western Region during which he was attending party meetings, his Chadema party says.
Chadema party officials claims that they are u unable to tell and establish where Mbowe is being held as other ten leaders who he was arrested with were taken and locked up at the Central Police Station in Mwanza, the party said.
According to Tanzanian authorities, the police confirmed the arrests on suspicion of inciting unauthorised assembly as the party has been organizing series of internal meetings in an effort to revive support to hold a big political rally to advocate for the drafting of a new constitution.
The officials now cry that doctorship of late President John Magufuli still continues under the new President Samia Suluhu Hassan.
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