The Chanzo Morning Briefing – January 21, 2022.

The Chanzo Reporter 21 January 2022
In our briefing today: Tulia Ackson set to become next Speaker of Parliament following CCM’s nomination; Mother of a missing son says she rests her hope in God instead of police; Free Wi-Fi connectivity project launched in Zanzibar; Zanzibar signs an MoU with Oman Investment Authority on Malindi Tourist Port.

Mother of a Missing Son Says She Rests Her Hope in God Instead of Police

Lukelo Francis 20 January 2022
LHRC said it was following up on the reports and will brief the public in due time.

Tulia Ackson Set to Become Next Speaker of Parliament Following CCM’s nomination

Jackline Kuwanda 20 January 2022
With the exception of one candidate from the opposition Alliance for Democratic Change (ADC) party Maimuna Saidi, the opposition has largely ignored the race, probably motivated by their belief that the current parliament is illegitimate and thus shirk any involvement with its dealings

The Chanzo Morning Briefing – January 20, 2022. 

The Chanzo Reporter 20 January 2022
In our briefing today: Families of five missing Tanzanians seek audience with Samia as search efforts get into fifth week; US gives Tanzania more than 1 million doses of Pfizer vaccine.
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