Top politician in Tanzania has called for the people of Tanzania to come out into the streets to demand for the release of 12 leaders who were arrested yesterday night as they were having a meeting whose agenda was about the new Tanzania constitution. Tundu Lissu says that having such a meeting is not a crime.
United republic of Tanzania President Samia Suluhu Hassan has been thrown into deep mourning this evening, this is after the untimely death of Chama cha Demokrasia na maendeleo (CHADEMA) party leader Freeman Mbowe's brother. In a message on social media, president Samia Suluhu Hassan put aside political differences and send a heartwarming message to the opposition politician over the loss of his brother Charles Mbowe.
Tanzanian opposition shocked many Kenyans when they dumped Kenya's Opposition Leader Raila Odinga and started supporting President Uhuru Kenyatta and Deputy President William Ruto. It is not a common thing to see an opposition of one country dumping their counterparts from other countries and joining hands with those close to the government, a case that was witnessed in the 2012 general election in Kenya.
Photo courtesy of Tanzanian president, H.E Samia Suluhu Hassan. Tanzanian president, H.E Samia Suluhu has mourned the unfortunate demise of renowned Charles Mbowe, brother to eminent Chadema party chairman Freeman Mbowe. Samia conveyed her hearfelt condolences to the family and friends of the deceased, wishing them peace and comfort during this hard and difficult time.
The main opposition party in Tanzania Chama cha Demokrasia na Maendeleo (CHADEMA) has urged the current president Her Excellency Samia Suluhu Hassan to make the COVID-19 vaccination exercise mandatory for every citizen to curb the rate of infection in the country. Speaking during a press conference held in Mwanza this Monday afternoon, the party Chairman Freeman Mbowe pointed out that it was wrong to make the exercise voluntary arguing that it is against the procedures provided by the World Health Organization (WHO).
The leader of opposition in the United Republic of Tanzania Mr. Tundu Antiphas Lissu has come out strongly to condemn the latest move by the Head of State Samia Suluhu Hassan to order the arrest and detention of Chama Cha Demokrasia na Maendeleo (CHADEMA) Freeman Mbowe. Taking to his Twitter page this Tuesday afternoon, Lissu urged all supporters and humanitarian organizations to cut off their support to the incumbent president arguing that no one is supposed to aid in her dictatorship.
Tanzania's exiled opposition leader Tundu Lissu has called out on President Samia Suluhu's government over the arrest of Chadema leaders in Mwanza citing it as undemocratic and suppression of opposition party. According to Tundu Lissu, when President Samia succeeded the late President John Pombe Magufuli, he was hopeful that the war against democracy would end in Tanzania through Samia's regime and way of governance.
The Chama Cha Democrasia na Maendeleo(Chadema) has demanded that the Police Force should send the party's chairman, Freeman Mbowe, to hospital for treatment. A statement issued on Monday, July 26, 2021 by the Director of Protocol, Communications and External Affairs, John Mrema stated that they had received a report from one of the family members who visited him this morning at the Osterbay police station.
The Leader of Tanzanian opposition party Chadema, other members have been arrested according to different sources. The leader of Tanzania's main opposition party Chadema, Freeman Mbowe , and 10 other members were arrested in the dead of night, ahead of a planned conference to call for constitutional reform.
The Tanzania opposition party Chairman Freeman Mbowe is passing through hell since last week and this is not good for his fellow party members and party Lear Tundu Lisu. After Tundu Lisu took to his Twitter page to criticize the way of Samia Suluhu's governance and called her a sadist,today a section of women league of the Chadema party have come together to take a new action.
For the past few days, Freeman Mbowe has been dominating headlines in Tanzania. He has been a talk of the nation because of his unexpected arrest. No one saw it coming and when it was finally announced, the nation was almost brought to a standstill as people came out reacting differently.
Tanzania has been left behind in terms of technology application during the election process by other neighboring countries like Kenya. President Samia Suluhu Hassan has recently announced that Tanzania will join the technology front when it comes to general the next coming elections. That the country need to start preparing to embrace ICT in the upcoming elections to ensure every citizen enjoys the right to participate in the democratic process like other citizens from other democratic nations.
The republic of Tanzania opposition party Chadema have now embarked on an unexpected opinion and now demands for a new constitution in the country. According to the mwananchi newspaper of Tanzania,the opposition party has started on a move to have the country's constitution changed and have a new one in place.
Freeman Mbowe, the Tanzanian politician. Photo courtesy. Tanzania’s opposition leader Freeman Mbowe has been arrested. The leader was reported to host a meeting today Wednesday 21st July of activists demanding a new constitution. The security forces reportedly broke down his hotel door at around 3am in Mwanza and arrested him.
Tanzanian opposition chief Mr. Freeman Mbowe was dramatically arrested when he was in his hotel room on Tuesday night in Mwanza, in the north Western Region during which he was attending party meetings, his Chadema party says. Chadema party officials claims that they are u unable to tell and establish where Mbowe is being held as other ten leaders who he was arrested with were taken and locked up at the Central Police Station in Mwanza, the party said.
When President Samia Suluhu Hassan succeeded the late Tanzanian President John Magufuli, hopes were high that such would mark an end to bulldozing style of leadership. During Magufuli's reogn, Opposition leaders had it rough over untold prosecution and jailing to some extend. The harsh environment even saw Tundu Lissu flee the country to Belgium.
Tensions In Tanzania As Opposition Party CHADEMA Chairman Freeman Mbowe Goes Missing. The Tanzanian opposition party CHADEMA chairman Freeman Mbowe has gone missing this Wednesday morning and this was after he was arrested by people who introduced themselves to him as Tanzanian army.⁰ He was supposed to lead a meeting on change of constitution which the opposition Party CHADEMA is pushing for and there are other several leaders who have been arrested too.
A court in Tanzania has charged the leader of the main opposition party with terrorism-related offences, after his arrest that drew international attention plus Critising Samia's government. Chadema chairman Freeman Mbowe was held last week together with his 15 party members in a sting operation government critics claimed bore the characteristics of the oppressive rule of the late president Dr John Magufuli.
Tanzanian Opposition Party Chairman Freeman Mbowe Arrested As He Pushes For A New Constitution. The Tanzanian opposition party CHADEMA chairman, Freeman Mbowe has been arrested by people who introduced themselves to him as police officers and it comes at a time when he was supposed to lead the party in a meeting on the change of constitution.
The party chairman to the opposition party of Chama Cha Democrasia na Maendeleo (CHADEMA) was on Wednesday 20th of July arrested for holding a constitutional reform conference in Mwanza Province by the police according to the former opposition presidential candidate Tundu Lissu. To what they termed as violation of basic democratic rights and mistreatment by President Samia Suluhu regime, the party has today reported that their chairman Freeman Mbowe will be implicated in terrorism charges and will be consequently held in one of the prisons in Dare Salaam.