Although Samia Suluhu has been doing a great work, some of the critics of former President Magufuli have still been giving her some sleepless nights. One of those critics is leader of opposition Tundu Lissu.
Tonight, Tundu Lissu was hosted by KTN News. He talked about many things concerning the country but in the middle of his interest, Samia Suluhu spoke.
Through her official twitter account, Samia Suluhu urged her fellow Tanzanians to continue to take precautionary measures against Covid-19. She went on to say that the people should follow all the regulations provided by the Healthcare professionals.
"I urge my Fellow Tanzanians to continue to take precautionary measures against Corona (Covid-19) as directed by our Healthcare Professionals such as to regularly wash our hands with running water and soap, wearing masks at all times and always maintain social distancing." Tweeted Samia Suluhu.
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