Mange Kimambi a Tanzanian activist never liked The late president John Pombe Magufuli. Even in death, she has continued badmouthing him without any chills to the extent of referring to the most loved President as a dictator.
A photo of the former first lady Janet Magufuli has emerged online and Mange was quick to comment. She claimed Janet looks much better now compared to when her husband was alive. She noted that she has even gained some weight meaning she is stress free. She went ahead to say that the lady never had a chance to live in the state house but only visited once in a while even during her husband's reign.
Her post caused mixed reactions with some supporting her while others asked her to make her intentions clear
If she had issues with the late, she should just let go of the bitterness already so his soul may rest in peace. The dead must be respected nomatter what.
Below is her post and reactions
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