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An Open Letter To PMB Comparing His Governnent Of 8 Months To That Of Tanzanian President Of 1 MonthAn Open Letter To PMB Comparing His Governnent Of 8 Months To That Of Tanzanian President Of 1 Month

I found this on facebook and it really caught my attention. If the new President of Tanzania ‘John Magufuli’ has done this much in less than 1 month, then the PMB administration need to wake up to to developing the nation rather than just fighting corruption. Fighting corruption is good but people oriented projects should be taking seriously.
Nigerians most look beyond the corruption fight and start holding this government of PMB accountable, in other for them to watch their actions.
Currently there’s Lassa fever epidemic in the up north and how many Nigerians are aware of this deadly disease? What is the National Orientation Agency and Ministry of Information doing to sensitize the Nation on ways to prevent it? These are some of the questions we need to ask ourselves.

I support the current government to succeed and I encourage every Nigerian to do same but we must point it out when they go wrong that’s how we can build a greater nation. Leave the EFCC to do their job let’s focus on governance and the change they promised.
Read the article on John Magufuli performance in less than 1 month:
“Dear Buhari and the 97%, this is how it’s done.
Ways Tanzania’s (Awesome) New President Shows How to Lead an African Country
Here are some of the things John Magufuli has done already in less than a month:
Soon after his election, Magufuli declared there would be no celebration of Independence Day on 9 December because it would be “shameful” to spend huge sums of money on the celebrations when people were dying of cholera. Instead, the day has been set as a national day of cleanliness, and the money will go toward street-cleaning services. He has said everybody should pick up their tools and clean their backyards.
After his first official visit to the Muhimbili Hospital, and seeing the horrible state it was in, he ordered over 200 million shillings marked for “parliament parties” be used to pay for beds for people lying on the floor and sharing beds. A few days later 300 beds were delivered. He dismissed the governing board and got a new team in place, and within days the broken MRI was fixed. He also pared down his inauguration party from $100,000 to $7,000 and sent the extra money to the hospital.
Three days into his term, Magufuli announced a ban on all foreign travel by government officials. They have been instructed to instead make regular visits to rural areas to learn and help solve problems facing everyday Tanzanians. All tasks that required officials to travel abroad would instead be done by high commissioners and ambassadors who are already in place.
He has restricted all first- and business-class travel to government officials,except the president, vice-president and prime minister.
There will be no more workshops and seminars in expensive hotels when there are so many ministry board rooms available.
He suspended the Tanzania Revenue Authority’s chief and other officials pending investigations after a visit by Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa to the port of Dar es Salaam found 350 containers listed in its books were missing.
When he had to travel 600km to Dodoma, from Dar, to officially open parliament last week, he didn’t order a private jet – instead, he chose to drive.
At the National Assembly in Dodoma last week he clearly sent out the message that itwill not be business as usual under his leadership.
He promised to cut public spending, fight corruption and enhance accountability in public service. He said it is time for Tanzanians to walk the talk.
Magufuli reportedly told parliamentary leaders that the people of Tanzania want him to solve their problems and not make speeches.
Good luck with your budget of change!!! Keep deceiving yourselves.”

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