John Magufuli

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Person.png John Magufuli  Rdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
(Politician, COVID-19/Premature death, COVID-19/Dissident)
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Born29 October 1959
DiedMarch 2021 (Age 61)
Cause of death
"Heart failure"
Alma materUniversity of Dar es Salaam
Victim ofPremature death
President of Tanzania who refused to institute a Covid lockdown and rejected WHO advice. Died aged 61 after harsh criticism by western controlled media. A close friend of Pierre Nkurunziza, President of Burundi who took a similar policy and died suddenly in 2020.

Employment.png President of Tanzania

In office
5 November 2015 - Present

Dr John Pombe Magufuli was the president of Tanzania. He was widely criticised by commercially-controlled media after questioning the WHO's narrative about COVID-19.[1] In February 2021, The Guardian headlined an article It's time for Africa to rein in Tanzania's anti-vaxxer president, and the next month he died, reportedly of heart failure.[2]


Magufuli earned his bachelor of science in education degree majoring in chemistry and mathematics as teaching subjects from The University of Dar es Salaam in 1988. He also earned his masters and PhD (doctorate) degrees in chemistry from the University of Dar es Salaam in 1994 and 2009 respectively.


Deutsche Welle reported that "His hands-on war against corruption was admired not just in Tanzania — but the entire continent.".[2]

“The negative coverage of President Magufuli is a very recent phenomenon. Early in his Presidency he even received glowing write-ups from the Western press and Soros-backed think tanks, praising his reforms and calling him an “example” to other African nations.

All that changed when he spoke out about Covid being hoax.

When he was re-elected in October 2020 the standard Western accusations of “voter suppression” and “electoral fraud” appeared in the Western press which had previously reported his approval rating as high as 96%.”
Kit Knightly (12 March 2021)  [3]


President John Magufuli of Tanzania Non-human test Samples to the Lab That Test Positive for COVID-19

Testing the WHO

Magufuli sent the WHO a variety of non-human samples for COVID testing.[4][5] The samples of a goat, a papaya and a quail were to be tested for COVID-19. All 3 were judged to carry the virus.[1] His comment at the time was that the equipment or people may be compromised, and sometimes it can be sabotage, since they are otherwise capable to detect diseases reliably.

“Everybody in the Covid trenches felt the shock death to be connected to Magufuli’s provocation to the global Covid industrial complex last May, when he covertly had non-human samples — from fruits, goats, sheep, and car oil — tested for Covid on the PCR test, returning positive results from a paw-paw, a quail, and a goat. With humor, cheek, and audacity, Magufuli had crossed a line—exposing the fraud and illegitimacy of the PCR testing apparatus that the WHO relied on to justify the global lockdown, the terror, and the vaccine rollouts. After the disturbing results came in, Magufuli suspended the head of Tanzania’s National Health Laboratory, Nyambura Moremi, and formed a 10-person investigative committee. The EU had given Tanzania 27 million Euros to impose strict Covid lockdown measures, but along with the Presidents of Belarus and Burundi, Magufuli kicked the WHO out of his country.”
Celia Faber (19 March 2021)  [6]

COVID-19 lockdown refusal

Full article: COVID-19/Lockdown

Magufuli was a "close friend" of Pierre Nkurunziza, who also refused to order a lockdown in response to COVID-19[7] and who also died suddenly, reported of a "heart attack".

Warning about COVID jabs

In January 2021, John Magufuli publicly warned citizens that the COVID jabs were dangerous.[8]

Regime change warnings

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In August 2020, the powerful D.C. think tank Council on Foreign Relations published a blog post noting that president Magufuli was becoming “increasingly problematic”.

After the 2020 October 28th Tanzanian election, the pressure from Washington DC increased, an indication the US did not achieve its desired outcome. The US State Department[9] soon claimed that “significant election-related fraud and intimidation” and called for an election re-do.[10]

From The Guardian and WHO

In February 2021, The Guardian carried a story about Magufuli entitled It's time for Africa to rein in Tanzania's anti-vaxxer president.[11] by Vava Tampa. The story was sponsored by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Tampa's obituary for Pierre Nkurunziza was subtitled "President of Burundi whose 15-year rule was ultimately marked by violence and repression". The same month, Tedros Ghebreyesus urged Tanzanian authorities take “robust action” against the virus.[12]

Staff deaths

In February 2021 a "spate of deaths attributed to “pneumonia” and “respiratory challenges” has struck both government officials and members of the public."[13]


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John Magufuli reportedly died of heart failure in March 2021, after being admitted to hospital on 6 March.[2][14]


David Bell wrote in Africa News in April 2021 that Magufuli’s Covid response saved thousands of lives.[15]

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