A preacher whose alleged bedroom videos leaked on social media a while ago has today talked about the matter by hitting back at those who keep on trolling him. Bishop Josephat Gwajima has today, 22 August 2021, hit back at those who keep on attacking him over a past leaked video.
Coronavirus infection rates in the continent are still at a high with various countries reporting extreme high number of cases. In East African region, Uganda is leading with the number of high infections rates. At the moment, the country is under total lockdown in bid to reduce the transmission speed.
The COVID-19 situation is getting worse in Tanzania, with some hospitals already getting overwhelmed with patients who need oxygen and ventilators. The Swahili speaking nation has started sharing COVID-19 data with the rest of the world, but it is not good. The Ministry of Health, Gender, children and the Elderly, Dr Dorothy Gwajima has today warned Tanzanians the disease is ravaging lives.
There have been many myths around the COVID-19 vaccines across the world, with some saying the vaccine turns men into being 'good for nothing' males. Tanzania is one of the countries that have recorded some of the many myths. A section of Tanzanians believes the vaccine is harmful to them, and that it can reduce men's bedroom performance.
Eloquent Tanzanian Minister for Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children Hon. Dr. Dorothy Gwajima wound her state visit by addressing the media in the presence of her opposite number Mutahi Kagwe. Tanzania received the first dose of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine from COVAX fatality on 26 June 2021 after living in denial.
Dr Dorothy Gwajima, the Minister for Health in Tanzania, has this morning, 5 August 2021, met CS Mutahi Kagwe at Afya House in Nairobi. Cs Mutahi Kagwe (left) and Dr Dorothy Gwajima (right) in a meeting today [Photo/MoH) Tanzania received its first batch of Covid-19 vaccines in July and recently announced plans to vaccinate a large portion of its population, though the inoculation is on a voluntary basis.
'Tutahamie Sayari' Tension In Tanzania As Resident Make This Move After Samia Order COVID-19 Vaccine
Following the President's move to allow such drugs to be imported, Tanzanians will now have access to the country's coronavirus vaccine. The move comes after President Samia Suluhu Hassan receives suggestions to address the disease, according to a statement signed by presidential communication director Gerison Msigwa.
Tanzanian authorities have finally released the country's Covid 19 numbers. According to Dr Dorothy Gwajima, the Health Minister, 408 people have been diagnosed with Covid in the country while 284 are on oxygen machines. She added that the rate at which patients continue to show up and admitted to hospitals indicates that infections are on the rise.
Yesterday, Samia Suluhu received her first Covid-19 Janssen vaccine jab at the statehouse in Dar El Salaam. She also launched the Covid-19 vaccination drive national wide stating that Tanzania is not an island and it will start vaccination. Last week on Saturday, they received the first consignment of over one million doses of Covid-19 vaccines ahead of the planned mass rollout.
Visiting Tanzanian wellbeing Minister Dr Dorothy Gwajima has guarded her country's questionable choice to choose neighbourhood spices for insurance against Covid-19 illness. Dr Gwajima, truth be told, says she doesn't lament upholding for utilization of homegrown solutions to assuage the dangerous microorganism. Tending to the press after respective discussions with her Kenyan partner Mutahi Kagwe on Thursday, she noticed that Africa was spilling over with attempted and tried natural meds that can treat various illnesses.
Photo Courtesy Tanzanian government ceased to give data of covid-19 case last year may. This happened when the late president John Pombe Magufuli was still the president. When President Samia Suluhu took over power changed the tune over the pandemic and started giving updates of covid-19 cases. Today Tanzania government through Health minister Dorothy Gwajima released data of the covid-19 patients.
President John Pombe Magufuli's government has issued a statement of the current COVID-19 situation in Tanzania. This comes over recent reports that the deadly coronavirus was ravaging lives in the country even after Magufuli declared that they had won the war against the killer virus. The Minister for Healt Dr Dorothy Gwajima has called on Tanzanians to improve their personal hygiene by washing their hands with running water and soap, using sanitizer and incubate themselves to keep the virus at bay, commonly
According to the report from Dorothy Gwajima, Tanzanian Health Minister, they have no plans to purchase the covid-19 vaccines. On 1st of February, Monday, she informed the journalists that the ministry of heath has its own procedure to receive the medicine but will only go ahead if given a green light by the government. She told the East African that as Tanzanians, they should be role models to their neighbouring countries in improving their personal hygiene and the use of natural herbs, not only against COVID-19,
The covid-19 pandemic has hit many countries in the world since 2019. The East African countries we're no exception. Kenya,Uganda and Tanzania were affected with these countries placing lockdown on their citizens in 2020. Of the three countries, Tanzania was the first to open it's economy as the political campaigns were ongoing in the country. The president of Tanzania declared the state as covid-19 free. Claims have emerged that the public hospitals in Tanzania are overwhelmed with patients with respiratory