A couple of odd things about Tanzania, the lack of Covid or measures, and the missing leader

UPDATE: Please make sure to read the comments. There is a lot of interesting and rational datums appearing there.

Vice President urges calm as Tanzania’s leader still unseen

NAIROBI, Kenya — As Tanzania’s president has not been seen in public for more than two weeks, the East African country’s vice president on Monday sought to reassure the nation, saying it was “normal” for human beings to suffer colds and other illnesses.

“I want to assure you Tanzania is safe. It is normal for a human being to be tested, often for colds and flu, for anything,” Suluhu said. “I want to tell you that if there is an important time for Tanzanians to remain united, it is now. It is not the time to listen to information from outside the country which will confuse or divide us. Let all unite as Tanzanians and continue working to build this country.”

Here is an interesting graph. No idea if its all true, this was sent to us by a friend but I have not fact checked it. Stands to reason though, that if you don’t PCR test healthy people you won’t get tons of “cases”.














Here is a video on Tanzania from February 8, 2021

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17 Replies to “A couple of odd things about Tanzania, the lack of Covid or measures, and the missing leader”

  1. I checked a few days ago regarding countries open to travel, and Tanzania was one of them. Seems to me that if they had something to hide, they would not be open.


    Population distribution: the largest and most populous East African country; population distribution is extremely uneven, but greater population clusters occur in the northern half of country and along the east coast…

    Demographic profile: Tanzania has the largest population in East Africa and the lowest population density; almost a third of the population is urban.
    Tanzania’s youthful population – about two-thirds of the population is under 25 – is growing rapidly because of the high total fertility rate of 4.8 children per woman…

    Tanzania has made strides in reducing under-5 and infant mortality rates, but a recent drop in immunization threatens to undermine gains in child health. Malaria is a leading killer of children under 5, while HIV is the main source of adult mortality.

    Major infectious diseases: degree of risk: very high (2020)
    • food or waterborne diseases: bacterial diarrhea, hepatitis A, and typhoid fever
    • vectorborne diseases: malaria, dengue fever, and Rift Valley fever
    • water contact diseases: schistosomiasis
    • animal contact diseases: rabies


    • Average IQ in Tanzania: 72

      Tanzania is one of the least developed countries in the world with a low level of intelligence. After gaining independence for a long time in the country there was a socialist economy based on state property and “socialist villages”.

      According to the World Bank for 2008, 30% of the working-age population of cities did not have work, 16% of the total number of Tanzanians were constantly malnourished, 62% had no access to clean drinking water, only 10% of citizens could use electricity.


      • The fact that so many Tanzanians manage to get themselves eaten by lions suggests to me that they have a serious IQ problem in Tanzania. Being able to deal with lions is almost the definition of being human, especially when you consider the fact that they really were the kings of the world until someone figured out how to kill the things. Before that IQ moment, we were just like all the other poor little animals who could only run in fear and pray they weren’t chosen for tonight’s dinner…

  3. Gates is a member of the soros 4th Reich and he to wants to round you all up and send you all to concentration camps for disposal so he and his rich buddies wont have to see you anymore.

  4. Gates monopolizes and wields influence over the tech industry, global health, vaccines, agriculture, food policy ( including fake food and insists it should not be labeled fake), weather modification and other climate change technologies, surveillance, education and media.

    How much money has Gates paid newspapers etc. — staggering amounts.
    According to Gates, vaccines are a phenomenal profit maker with more than 20-1 returns.

  5. Now will you look at that, it seems “Covid” also wiped out Malaria during the Malaria Season (November to May).
    How convenient.
    And being two -three weeks out of Action is quite normal when you have a heavy dose of it.
    I know, I had it often enough myself while living in that part of Africa.
    27 times to be precise.

  6. Gates , Soros, Schwab , and all this criminal elite, belongs in prison for life , for crime against humanity, they forcing everyone to take this killer , poison vaccine!!, don’t take it is a toxic , if not now later for sure you can see severe side effects, – cancer , and maybe something worse , it’s a big scum ..

  7. BBC – John Magufuli: Tanzania’s president dies aged 61 after Covid rumours

    Tanzania’s President John Magufuli has died aged 61, the country’s vice-president has announced.

    He died on Wednesday from heart complications at a hospital in Dar es Salaam, Samia Suluhu Hassan said in an address on state television.

    Mr Magufuli had not been seen in public for more than two weeks, and rumours had been circulating about his health.

    Opposition politicians said last week that he had contracted Covid-19, but this has not been confirmed.

    Mr Magufuli was one of Africa’s most prominent coronavirus sceptics, and called for prayers and herbal-infused steam therapy to counter the virus.

    “It is with deep regret that I inform you that today… we lost our brave leader, the president of the Republic of Tanzania, John Pombe Magufuli,” Vice-President Hassan said in the announcement.

    She said there would be 14 days of national mourning and flags would fly at half mast.

    According to Tanzania’s constitution, Ms Hassan will be sworn in as the new president within 24 hours and should serve the remainder of Mr Magufuli’s five-year term which he began last year.

    Mr Magufuli was last seen in public on 27 February, but Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa insisted last week that the president was “healthy and working hard”.

    He blamed the rumours of the president’s ill-health on “hateful” Tanzanians living abroad.

    But opposition leader Tundu Lissu told the BBC that his sources had told him Mr Magufuli was being treated in hospital for coronavirus in Kenya.

    When Covid-19 arrived in Tanzania, Mr Magufuli called on people to go to churches and mosques to pray. “Coronavirus, which is a devil, cannot survive in the body of Christ… It will burn instantly,” he said.

    He declared Tanzania “Covid-19 free” last June, saying the virus had been eradicated by three days of national prayer.

    He also mocked the efficacy of masks, expressed doubts about testing, and teased neighbouring countries which imposed health measures to curb the virus.

    “Countries in Africa will be coming here to buy food in the years to come… they will be suffering because of shutting down their economy,” he said, according to the Associated Press.

    Tanzania has not published details of its coronavirus cases since May, and the government has refused to purchase vaccines.

    On Monday, police said they had arrested four people on suspicion of spreading rumours on social media that the president was ill.

    “To spread rumours that he’s sick smacks of hate,” Mr Majaliwa said at the time.


    • Suluhu to take over for Magufuli as Tanzania’s first female president

      Samia Suluhu has addressed the nation to say the President had died of heart failure.

      She said Magufuli suffered heart complications for over ten years.

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