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Typenation state
Member ofCommonwealth of Nations, International Criminal Court, Organisation of African Unity, UN
Former UK colony in East Africa. The president, John Magufuli, who in 2020 resisted WHO pressure to institute a COVID lockdown, died in 2021.

Tanzania is a nation state in East Africa. The president, John Magufuli, was praised for his moves against corruption, but that changed after he criticised the Official Narrative about COVID-19 and declared the pandemic over in the country. He suddenly died in 2021.


Tanzania suspended reporting of COVID statistics on 8 May 2020. The president, John Magufuli, was a critic of the Official Narrative about COVID-19.[1] Like his "close friend" Pierre Nkurunziza, he refused to institute a COVID lockdown.[2]

"In early February 2021, Tanzanian Health Minister Dorothy Gwajima announced that the Tanzanian government would not partake in COVID-19 vaccination campaigns — “we are not yet satisfied that those vaccines have been clinically proven safe.”"[3]

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John Magufuli died suddenly in March 2021, reportedly of "heart failure".[4]



1998 United States embassy bombingsA pair of simultaneous explosions in Kenya and Tanzania, blamed on Al Qaeda.
International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda



University of Dar es Salaam1961Main university in Tanzania


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John Magufuli29 October 1959March 2021President 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.


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