Earlier this month,Her Excellency Samia Suluhu Hassan, President of the United Republic of Tanzania, visited Kenya for a two-day State Visit.It was after that visit that the Tanzania’s President Samia Suluhu Hassan appeared for the first time at a public event in her country, wearing a face mask.
President Samia Suluhu Hassan has today received a COVID-19 report in Tanzania, which has come with recommendations needed to beat the deadly virus.Just after she was sworn in, President Samia formed a committee to investigate the COVID-19 situation in the country.She took the bold step after her predecessor, the late John Pombe Magufuli made Tanzanians believe they had defeated the virus, particularly after he declared the country free of the same.
Image: Tanzanian president Samia Suluhu Hassan.After the current Tanzanian President Samia Suluhu took over power, the East African nation began taking seriously the Covid-19 pandemic that has killed millions.This was after the former President the late John Pombe Magufuli vehemently denying the existence of such a disease and urging Tanzanians to live a carefree life.
President Samia Suluhu Hassan receiving a report from a special task force on Monday.(Photo/courtesy) Tanzania's President, Suluhu Hassan on Monday officially received a report from a special task force charged with finding the extend of COVID-19 in the country, just a few months after John Magufuli died.
Just as her predecessor, President Samia Suluhu Hassan has also earned herself a nickname, a few months after being sworn in as the President of Tanzania.The late President John Pombe Magufuli enjoyed several nicknamed names he earned from Tanzanians, among them bulldozer, Jiwe.He was branded most of the names because of his style of leadership.
Tanzania's president Samia Suluhu Hassan has received a report concerning the Covid-19 situation in the country from the special committee that she formed some weeks ago.Samia Suluhu announced back in early April that she would be forming a committee that would probe into the Covid-19 situation in the country before taking the next course concerning the Covid-19 pandemic.
President Samia Suluhu Hassan receives the report on the Covid-19 situation in Tanzania from the special committee of experts on Covid-19 chairperson Prof Said Aboud.PHOTO/ Ikulu Mawasiliano – Twitter.DAR-ES- SALAAM – Residents of Tanzania could soon start receiving Covid-19 vaccination after a report by a special committee of experts on Covid-19 ruled that the vaccines were safe.
Over a year without the country assessing the Covid-19 situation, Tanzania is set to release a report about this virus today (Monday 17), the country's chief government spokesperson has said.This was after Tanzania's president Samia Suluhu Hassan (pictured above) announcing over a month ago that she will form a committee that would probe into the virus situation in the country before revealing the next course that would be taken by the country concerning this pandemic.
President Samia Suluhu Hassa has today taken a break to mark the Eid Elfitr Holiday, State House has confirmed this Friday evening.Samia has been busy throughout the Ramadhan fasting month, which saw her visit two countries within that period.She started by visiting Kenya during her first state visit and sealed deals with President Uhuru Kenyatta.
Tanzania President Samia Suluhu Hassan receiving the Covid-19 Report from taskforce Committee today in Tanzania.The taskforce Committee which was appointed by the current president of Tanzania Samia Suluhu, to investigate the Covid-19 situation in Tanzania and then present their results to the government so that the country can know how to handle the situation, has today presented their report to her in State House today.
Tanzania President Samia Suluhu Hassan.Her country's citizens have reacted to the developments in Nairobi.Photo/Courtesy 5 brave High Court of Kenya judges sitting in Nairobi yesterday left a section of the country celebrating yesterday after declaring that the building bridges initiative (BBI) is unconstitutional.
Tanzanian President Samia Suluhu Hassan today reshuffled regional commissioners, with many relocating to new regions and others retiring from public service.President Samia The announcement of the appointment of the heads of institutions and regional commissioners which began today, Saturday, May 15, 2021, was issued today by the director of communications at State House, Gerson Msigwa, stating that they will be sworn in on May 18, 2021 at the State House in Dar es Salaam.
The President of the United Republic of Tanzania, Hon.Samia Suluhu Hassan has today, 13th May 2021, continued the reshuffle in government and announced new changes in government.(Photo, Courtesy) The President has suspended the District Commissioner of Hai in Kilimanjaro Region, Mr. Lengai Ole Sabaya pending an investigation into various allegations against him.
Media reports from Tanzania say at least 182 learners have stopped attending school due to pregnancy.It was on Friday confirmed that182 schoolgirls in Magu district had been discontinued school due to pregnancy Speaking to the media, the head of the Police Gender Desk in Magu district, Amani Migoha said a total of 182 students in the district failed to continue with their studies due to pregnancy.
Only One E African President Missed Swearing In Ceremony In Uganda As 11 African Presidents Attended
Only one out of six East African heads of state and governments missed Uganda's President Yoweri Museveni swearing in ceremony in Kampala Uganda.The ceremony that took place today at Kololo Independence Grounds saw president Museveni sworn in for his sixth term which will stretch his rule to fourty years.
(Mr. Tundu Lissu, Photo Courtesy) Tanzanian opposition leader Tundu Lissu has started attacking the recently sworn President, Samia Suluhu Hassan.Mr. Lissu is known for being a staunch critic of Tanzania's former President, Dr. John Magufuli.As the opposition leader, Mr. Lissu used to keep Pres Magufuli on his toes.
Heads of states and governments who witnessed the swearing in ceremony of Uganda President His Excellency Yoweri Kaguta Museveni yesterday at Kololo Independence Ceremonial Grounds started departing to their countries early Thursday morning.Photos shared by ChimpsReport, have shown several presidents and special envoys who represented their presidents in Kampala depart from Entebbe International Airport.
Today the 12th May 2021 was the swearing in of President Museveni of Uganda.Invitations were send to the whole 54 heads of states that constitutes the African continent.21 heads of state that had shown interest of joining Museveni on this day but only 7 honoured the invitation and physically attended to witness this great day in the history of Uganda.
It is finally that Yoweri Kaguta Museveni, had been sworn in as the new President of the Republic of Uganda for the Sixth Term.Museveni was first elected as the President of Uganda in 1986.At first, the Citizens of Uganda viewed Museveni as a saviour, who was going to save the Politics of Uganda and also the Economy.
Suluhu On The Verge Of Reversing Magufuli's Covid-19 Response Following Task Force's Recommendations
In April 2021, Tanzania President Samia Suluhu Hassan revealed that she will form a committee of experts who will inform the country's decisions regarding Covid-19 pandemic going forward.President Suluhu spoke after witnessing the swearing in ceremony of permanent secretaries and deputy permanent secretaries at State House.