A relatively unknown politician on the international scene, Suluhu has a strong reputation among regional and national politicians. “She is a capable woman, we’ve known her since her time serving the Zanzibar government in the early 2000s,” Zitto Kabwe, the head of the opposition ACT Wazalendo party, told The Africa Report.
Many Tanzanians hope that she will rise to the challenge and bring about a new management style that will change the image of Tanzania.
“She knows Tanzania well and about the current situation facing the country. We expect her to change political leadership especially by allowing democracy to grow, creating a space for the media to operate freely and most importantly, to focus on a science-based approach in dealing with Covid-19,” says Christopher Obeid, a political commentator in Dar es Salaam.
He is not the only one who argues Suluhu has the power to change the
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