Members of the newly announced cabinet in Tanzania took an oath in the capital city of Dodoma with the participation of President John Magufuli.
Kilwa MP Francis Ndulane, who was appointed as the Deputy Minister of Mines, repeatedly tried to read the text of the oath in front of Magufuli on the stage, but failed.
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President Magufuli asked Ndulane to sit down after he could not read the text.
Magufuli made a statement after the ceremony, stating that he reviewed all candidates’ resumes before assigning them, but Ndulane will be changed after what happened today, “I will give this position to someone who can properly swear.” said.
The people of Tanzania voted on October 28 for the presidential and parliamentary elections, and the ruling Revolutionary Party (CCM) won the election.