“You hypocrites!” Mange Kimambi blasts Tanzanians for mourning the late President Magufuli

Socialite turned activist Mange Kimambi cannot stand the Fact that Tanzanians have chosen to close down their businesses; to mourn the late President John Magufuli.

President Uhuru with the late president of Tz, John Magufuli

According to the lady based in the US – her country men and women should not be mourning the alleged corrupt leader (in her own words); as he did nothing for his nation. Through a detailed post shared on her Instagram page, Ms Kamambi went on to point out tha Magufuli was not only a corrupt leader but a dictator.

Tanzanian US-based activist, Mange Kimambi

The lady goes on to mention that some of projects many claim the late president worked on; were actually passed down to him to by the former president of Tanzania, Jakaya Kikweteafter after stepping out of office.

Manipulative Dictator?

As pissed as Mange sounds; she revealed the only reason Magufuli was never involved in a corruption scandal; is because their was no freedom of media. For instance the time Magufuli shut down the internet and was arresting media personalities and journalists.

Well, not quite sure of what her main aim is – but truth is, there are those who supported her statement; as others reminded themselves of the time Idris Sultan was arrested for photoshopping his face to the president’s body.

Anyway, her statement comes weeks after she wished the president dead; and somehow her wishes came to be.

Rest In Power: 4 handsome photos of young energetic John Pombe Magufuli from back in the day

The death of John Pombe Joseph Magufuli has brought a brought a dark cloud in East Africa as many continue to mourn; and accept the fact that the president is no more.

According to reports, word has it that he succumbed to a heart related issue; while others are convinced that he may have been infected by Covid 19 which led to his untimely death. However as for now, we will stick to what the Tanzanian government says; but all in all truth is Tanzania just lost a man that had brought change – whether positive or negative.

President Uhuru with the late president Magufuli

As we remember him today – Ghafla has compiled a few photos taken back when the late president was a young herdsman, college student and a bachelor before settling down.

Throwback photos of Magufuli

Well, now that the Tanzanian president is gone – all we have are beautiful memories reminding us of what used to be.

Judging from the photos below we can agree that the late Magufuli has always been handsome, hardworking and visionary. Although not many will agree with this – all I know is that to the living we owe respect; but the dead we owe the truth.

Son of a herdsman; Young John Pombe Magufuli
Young and serious John Magufuli
Tbt: John Pombe Magufuli
John Magufuli back in the day

Campaign it Is! Nandy says “Magufuli Tena” in the remake of her once famed “Ninogeshe”

It easily strikes as a campaign slogan especially in the ears of Kenyans who have heard Tano tena. Regardless of whether it is a campaign slogan or not, it’s the title of Nandy’s latest song” Magufuli Tena”released just days ago.

The Ninogeshe hit maker made a rendition in celebration of her president’s works so far.

His excellency Dr John Pombe Magufuli elected in  November 2015 has dutifully served Tanzanians sparking so much admiration and appreciation from his people. The No-nonsense president has done lots of impeccable projects as expressed in the song.



The song sang entirely in praise of President J.P. Magufuli  praises the things he has done for Tanzania. The list of improvements and changes he has made in Tanzania is endless.

Nandi mentions how he has boosted the medical field by increasing the budgetary allocation; he released a good number of petty offenders.

On the other hand, he has found markets for their local agricultural produce hence boosting the farmers in the country.

Furthermore, he has ensured that a Tanzania has state of the art road and rail transport, free basic education and affordable student loans for those after Higher Education.

The simple fact that he has ensured Tanzanians have access to basic social amenities is enough for Tanzanians.Indeed Magufuli Tena!


The video directed by Jooweezy is simple and precise to the point.  The Ninogeshe queen stands  out as she takes time on the various sites of development such as a highway and hospital.

There is clear display of the works of the president.

The pictures are enough to make anyone who’s not Tanzanian feel envious and question what their president has done for them.

Standing out in the video is Nandy’s Ankara headwrap; quite the needed African touch.

Wahenga walisema “mcheza kwao hutuzwa” and the joy of Tanzanians has been expressed in this tune. It gives a million reasons why the people of Tanzania will not think twice about voting for Magufuli Tena!

Gracious enough the president tweeted  through the governments spokesperson and thanked Nandy for her song.


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