Death is a necessary end for every human being and other living things that are on earth. The more we live, the more people should be conscious of the fact that one day, we would be no more. However, it is always a sad moment for a family to lose their loved one and when that happens, it brings grief and pains to the family members.
The sad development as reported by People's Gazette on their verified Twitter page was confirmed by the Vice President Samia Suluhu Hassan in a statement (Televised). According to her, President Magufuli gave up the ghost on Wednesday at about 6p.m. of heart complications, at a hospital in Dar es Salaam.
As a matter of fact, the President has been away from the public eye and people had expressed their concerns over his health challenge. According to the report, he was last seen during the swearing-in ceremony of his chief of staff in February.
At this moment, the country has been thrown into mourning the demise of their leader, and we pray that God will rest his soul in peace. Let's pray for the family members he left behind.
RIP Mr President!
Source: People's Gazette on Twitter
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