President Magufuli urges Tanzanians to be brave even as the number of people tested positive moves to 12

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“Watu tusitishane, tunatishana mno. Niwaombe ndugu wakristo na Watanzania kwa ujumla wa Madhehebu yote, huu ndio wakati mzuri sana wa kumtegemea Mungu kuliko wakati wote, tuendelee kuchapa kazi, tuendelee kuujenga uchumi wetu, hatuwezi kusalimu amri kwa ugonjwa huu wa corona na kushindwa kumtegemea Mungu na tukashindwa kuendeleza uchumi wetu,”Pombei said.

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The number of people who have tested positive for the new coronavirus in Tanzania has doubled to 12.
Tanzanian President John Magufuli confirmed this urging tanzanians to put God first even as the number of Covid-19 cases threaten to spiral in the East African country.

This came only hours after has asked Tanzanians not to be afraid of the novel virus that has so far killed more than 13,000 people globally

President Pombe asked Tanzanians to continue with their normal lives to build the nation but observe all measures announced by the state.

He asked the congregation to go back to God and ask for forgiveness to be protected from Covid-19 even as he warned against using social media to spread fake news and share alarming information

“Watu tusitishane, tunatishana mno. Niwaombe ndugu wakristo na Watanzania kwa ujumla wa Madhehebu yote, huu ndio wakati mzuri sana wa kumtegemea Mungu kuliko wakati wote, tuendelee kuchapa kazi, tuendelee kuujenga uchumi wetu, hatuwezi kusalimu amri kwa ugonjwa huu wa corona na kushindwa kumtegemea Mungu na tukashindwa kuendeleza uchumi wetu,”Pombei said.

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