Tanzania’s President John Magufuli has died at a hospital in Dar es Salaam, the country’s vice president announced in a televised address on Wednesday. He was 61. His sudden death has raised many questions including whether Tanzania’s President was assassinated for exposing the COVID-19 plandemic by taking controversial action against Big Pharma and the WHO and their global push for vaccines.
Samia Suluhu Hassan is now the acting president of Tanzania. While a date for her swearing in has not yet been announced, she will be Tanzania’s first female president.
Magufuli was known as “The Bulldozer” for his tough stance against corruption and for his hardline policies, which helped him to victory in October 2015 as Tanzania’s fifth president.
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However, he is also one of the few national leaders who exposed the COVID-19 plandemic by taking controversial action against Big Pharma and the WHO and their global push for vaccines.
Not known to many because of the media suppression is the rift between Tanzania and the WHO and European Union.
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The European Union gave 27 million euros to Tanzania to impose COVID-19 measures prescribed by the WHO like strict lockdowns, masks and mass-scale vaccination. Tanzania took the money, then declared the country coronavirus free. This led to the Europeans venting their anger in the parliament.
In May last year, with the rise in false Coronavirus cases, the Tanzanian President John Magufuli growing suspicious of the World Health Organization (WHO), decided to investigate the claims himself.
He sent the WHO samples of a goat, a papaya and a quail for testing and all of them came COVID-19 positive.
It us only recently that the WHO changed its faulty PCR test ctiteria to cover-up false positives and cautioned experts not to rely solely on the results of a PCR test to detect the coronavirus.
At the time, as was exposed by the President of Belarus, sovereign nations were pressurized by global agencies to impose strict COVID-19 measures and were loaned out huge funds for it.
Moreover, in November last year the Tanzanian President said that he is not intending to use any Covid-19 vaccine but instead will settle on local herbs for protection against the disease.
Our readers may remember that last the President of Madagascar accused the WHO of offering a $20 million bribe to poison their local COVID-19 remedy.
All of these enraged the pharma companies and of course the Europeans.
During an EU meeting earlier this month, EU member of parliament from Germany, David McAllister complained bitterly:
The European Union granted 27 million euros of European taxpayers’ money to combat the effects of COVID. Now we have a regime in the country saying that there is no COVID in the country with rather bizarre explanations.
So once again, we have a government who has refused to follow guidelines from the World Health Organization, a government who has refused to provide statistics and still we are giving them 27 million euros.
I would like you to inform the members of our committee about the money we have given to Tanzania, what were the criteria for giving this money and especially what is happening with this money.
We’re talking about European taxpayers money and I have difficulties that we grant money to a country which is obviously not trying to cooperate in a decent manner.
So could you please answer my question and if you’re not able now then I would expect you to provide it in written details within 48 hours.
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