Tanzanian president, John Maghufuli has not been seen for about two weeks now. The rumours have been sparking all over on social media that the president is ill of covid19 disease but in real sense, none of the rumours has been justified, no one knows really his whereabouts both in Tanzania and in neighbouring countries of east Africa.
One man was arrested for spreading the false statements that His Excellency the president is seriously ill of covid19 and he is receiving treatment
Prime minister of Tanzania Hassan on Friday denied that the reports about maghufuli’s health conditions were false and that the president is fit and he is working hard as usual.
His disappearance is very unusual since he is known to be a hardworking man who frequently addresses the media and appearing several times per week on states television so his whereabouts is not yet known. The ministry of health has continued to urge the citizens to adhere to prevention measures.
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