Tanzania’s new president turns her back on Magufuli
Though masks were nowhere to be seen, Tanzania's first female president took a bold stance towards her Covid-19 predecessor in her first major speech since taking over John Magufuli, who passed away in March. "We cannot isolate ourselves as if we were an island," said Samia Suluhu Hassan last week, signaling that it would not only end Magufuli's coronavirus denialism, but also improve strained relationships with investors and multinationals. Speaking to government and military officials, the former vice president announced plans to appoint a group of scientific experts to advise on how best to stem the spread of the pandemic, a radical departure from Magufuli who became known as one of the few world leaders denied that the virus posed a threat.
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