Reports of a veteran politician languishing in poverty surfaced online eliciting mixed reactions.
According to the source, Mwinyijuma Othman Upindi is one of the Tanzanian Legends who fought for multi party politics in the country. Sources also reveal that he spend years in detention and didn't want anything to do with politics. Othman Upindi was a former ex employee at Airport Authority in Tanzania before joining politics.
He was captured picking plastic bottles and firewood in the streets. This incident sparked a heated debate as Kenyans rushed online to express their views. They blamed the government for not taking care of veteran politicians. Opera union wishes him well in his endeavors, may a destiny helper locate Upindi soon.
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