Unconfirmed reports continue to circulate in Tanzania that the President – known for his fierce denial of Covid – was receiving treatment in Kenya at Nairobi Hospital and has now been transferred to a facility in India after suffering cardiac arrest and testing positive for Covid-19.
This confirms our earlier report yesterday!Now it is settled candidly that Pres Magufuli is;— fichuaTanzania_global (@fichuaglobal_HQ) March 11, 2021
??transfered to India for more treatment
??flown out of Kenya while in comatose and in ventilator
??admitted under secret code OB1- obstacle number1https://t.co/AI5mw1JC3d
Accountable to the public
The president is a public servant, and he is accountable to the public. They must tell us if he is on holiday. And if he is sick, they should tell us. All information about the president’s health should be public.
The disappearance of the 61-year-old president from the public eye has prompted questions among Tanzanians who want to know the true status of his health.
Speaking to The Africa Report, the secretary general of the ACT Wazalendo party, Ado Shaibu, says Tanzanians have a right to ask about the whereabouts of their president: “It is not normal. He is a man who usually
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