After a spat with Tanzanias president Speaker of the House resigns

After a spat with Tanzania’s president Speaker of the House resigns

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Job Ndugai, the speaker of Tanzania’s parliament, has resigned days after a spat with the president about foreign loans. After a spat with Tanzania’s president Speaker of the House resigns.

The speaker stated that his decision to quit was a personal and voluntary one made in the best interests of the country.

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However, it occurred after he said Tanzania was on the verge of being auctioned off after President Samia Suluhu announced a new loan from the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

President Samia received a public apology from Mr Ndugai, which she rejected.

She accused him of playing politics and attempting to destroy her in the run-up to the 2025 national elections.

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Adams reports on Twiiter wrote

JUST IN: Tanzania‘s Speaker of Parliament Job Ndugai has resigned The Speaker of National Assembly, Job Ndugai has resigned on Thursday January 6, resigned from the position following recent public fallout with President regarding the nation’s debt”.

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