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Celebrities Share Emotional Messages as they mourn Fallen Tanzania’s President John Magufuli

Tanzania’s Pesident John Pombe Magufuli succumbed to heart complications on Wednesday, March 17. He was pronounced dead by the Vice President, Samia Hassan Saluhu

Many public figures  took to social media to mourn the former leader, including major celebrities in Uganda who had a great rapport with the leader.

From Ali Alikiba to Diamond, Wema Sepetu, among others, they shared photos of the late alongside touching messages showing how saddened they wer

Diamond shared a photo of Magufuli while showing how shocked he was to learn of his passing.

“Dah, Jamani,” he wrote while adding numerous crying emojis to his message

“Eh Mungu Pumzika Salama Baba. The mysteries of our time here belong to God alone. RIP President John Pombe Magufuli. Prayers for the people of United Republic of Tanzania my home,” Vanessa Mdee posted

“My heartfelt condolences to the people of the United Republic of Tanzania on losing President John Pombe Magufuli. Eternal repose,” Bobi Wine posted on his social media pages.

“Rest In Eternal Peace Dr. John Pombe Magufuli ??? My Deepest and most sincere condolences to the people of Tanzania on losing their beloved President ?? ????,” Sheebah Karungi shared.

Ykee Benda also posted, “Poleni Tanzania ??? Safiri Salama Mr President ???.  RIP H.E John Pombe Magufuli. Sad times for Africa.”

Jose Chameleone posted, “Ow dear, I join the rest of the world to mourn a revolutionary African leader President of the Republic of Tanzania John Pombe Magufuli. May his soul rest in eternal peace as his legacy of true African development for the people lives on. My condolences to all Tanzanians and his entire family. Sleep well #Magufuli

Several music icons in Tanzania like Diamond Platnumz, Rayvanny, among others have hit the studio to record a tribute song for their President.

Tanzania’s Vice President Samia Suluhu Hassan will become the country’s next and first female President, a position she will occupy until 2025 when Magufuli’s term had to end.

According to the Constitution of Tanzania, should the Office of the President become vacant, the Vice President is sworn in as President for the unexpired period of the term of five years.

Khina Murah
Khina Murah
I am a Ugandan well trained and experienced Entertainment journalist and businesswoman. I do both research and anchoring.


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