Tanzanian Teachers Flee For Their Safety After This Was Discovere in John Pombe Magufuli High School
It is not an exaggeration to say that late Tanzanian president John Pombe Magufuli was a charismatic leader who is remembered fondly by Tanzanians to an extent that a High School was named after him: John Pombe Magufuli Secondary School. However few months after his death, his name has popped up again after reports indicated that the school that was named after him has had its teaching staff flee the its premises following an interesting development.
A 41 year old lady has narrated a painful experience. According to East Africa Radio on their tweeter account, the woman whose name is withheld currently receiving treatment in one of the hospitals in Kilimanjaro. She revealed that the husband had secured a job and was advised by the boss to report very early in the morning.
Tanzania might be out of the woods in regards to corona virus disease as announced by its leaders but the country is still battling another deadly global disease. June 19th is marked as the World sickle cell disease day and Tanzania has been ranked as the fourth with the highest number of sickle cell disease globally. In a statement to newsrooms while marking the World sickle cell disease day, Tanzanian health minister Ummy Mwalimu reported that Tanzania has been ranked number 4 worldwide with highest cases
Tanzanians have been given a raft of safety precautionary measures to observe as the country is expected to come face to face with the forecasted harsh effects of a weather phenomenon called Cyclone Jobo, that is fast approaching Tanzania from the direction of Madagascar.As East Africa Radio reports, tanzanians are advised to fully observe the following measures: They are advised to prepare their torches and recharge their batteries in the event those devices may be needed during an emergency, fully recharge all rechargable electronic devices, prepare enough food inside the house when the cyclone hits as supplies may be hampered.
President John Pombe Magufuli's government has finally made an announcement pertaining the coronavirus situation in institutions of higher learning in over two weeks since he ordered schools to reopen after being forced to close down due to the Coronavirus situation. Through minister of education Professor Joyce Ndalichako, the government has announced to Tanzanians that the education sector is yet to report a single case of Coronavirus in schools two weeks after schools reopened. She further urged for caut
Courtesy of East Africa Radio Another top Tanzania Businesswoman and philanthropist has succumbed.Teddy Mapunda who is a well-known figure in Tanzania passed away while the president of Tanzania is on a two-day visit to the neighboring country Kenya.Sourced close to her revealed that she began to experience breathing complications while having dinner with fellow Muslims and was rushed to hospital efforts by doctors to resuscitate her proved futile and was pronounced dead a few minutes after the failed attempt.
PHOTO: Ambassador Simbachawane in his office Tanzanian ambassador to Kenya Simbachawane has issued a stun warning to Kenyan media houses for false-full reporting on the current Corona situation in Tanzania.
A Tanzanian Member of parliament of Lushoto constituency Shabani Shekilindi has come out and said that he has discovered a drug that treat COVID-19 disease. The MP said that he has already handed samples of his drug to the government national health laboratory for testing and trial. He goes on to say that he has already treated upto 30 patients of COVID-19 and all have recovered. While speaking to East Africa Radio Journalist the MP said the drug treat the disease in 11 hours. Some questions that surrounds