Samia Suluhu Hassan sworn in as Tanzania’s first female President

Samia Suluhu Hassan sworn in as Tanzania’s first female President

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Samia Suluhu Hassan on Friday was sworn in as Tanzania’s first female president after the sudden death of John Magufuli.

I, Samia Suluhu Hassan, promise to be honest and obey and protect the constitution of Tanzania,” said the 61-year-old dressed in black suit and red headscarf before dignitaries at a ceremony in Dar es Salaam.

Samia Suluhu Hassan

Hassan will serve out the remainder of Magufuli’s second five-year term, which expires in 2025.

She was elected vice president alongside Magufuli in 2015 and again last year. The former president died earlier this week after being absent from public life since February.

In other news – DJ Black Coffee in Trouble for overcrowded Gig

Even though the country is currently under level 1 of the nationwide lockdown, after months of grappling to make ends meet, entertainers are finally able to work and earn better money.

DJ Black Coffee

With that freedom, some are getting overwhelmed and often play at unsafe venues where COVID-19 protocols are not adhered to. Learn more

Source: eNCA

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