TANZANIA BANS FACE MASKS

TANZANIA BANS FACE MASKS
African country bans face masks – also reopen schools and shops
rtn Reporting The News

Posted on Wed, May 27, 2020 – 10:58 pm

Author David Lewis

The President of Tanzania has reportedly banned the use of face masksafter noting that “face mask usage has caused anxiety among Tanzanians.”

Dr John Pombe Magufuli, who has been leader of the country since 2015, feels his people should not have to wear them due to CO2 emissions.

In a letter dated 24th of May, which was sent to media outlets across the world, through the Director of Presidential Communication in Tanzania, it outlined that he president effected the ban on face masks as well as giving the green light of normal operation of public transportation and also the reopening of schools.

The letter was sent to reporters and said:“To The Media, President of The Republic of Tanzania Dr John Pombe Magufuli has today on 24, May 2020 banned the use of face masks by Tanzanians as the usage has caused fear and panic to Tanzanians leading to some closing down their businesses.

His excellency The President has also allowed normal resumption of public transport as well as normal resumption of schools.We thank God for the defeat against Corona, let continue to wash hands to observe hygene, Bye Corona.”
Tanzania has had lack rules regarding the virus with President Magafuli downplaying the corona pandemic and saying that America ‘makes up numbers’ regarding the cases and deaths.

He and his ministers have also recently told the American envoy to oTanzania not to ’cause panic’ to Tanzanians after the American embassy in the capital, Dar es Salaam, stated that the chance of contracting the virus was “extremely high”.
The President of Tanzania had also brushed off pressure from the west to put his country in lockdown, keeping establishments open and even churches saying: “Coronavirus cannot survive in churches!”

COMMENT

While the secular Christian government of Tanzania has banned face masks, and restored the country to normality, Munaafiqeen, munaafiq Musjid committees and moron molvi jamiats and entities are fully promoting the host of haraam shaitaani conditions imposed by the government for access to the Musaajid.
Instead of being the Agents of th Deen, the molvis, in pursuance of their nafsaani goals, resort to bootlicking and in the process lose themselves in the morass of kufr. They have become the agents of the oppressors whom they are bootlicking.
The ‘partial opening’ announced by the government is in fact no opening. It is not possible for a Musjid to operate with the host of filth imposed by the oppressors. These moron molvis of the jamiats are part of the Zulm (Oppression). They should hang their heads in shame for their disgusting bootlicking and promotion of haraam conditions which in the circumstances are tantamount to kufr.
Anyhow, we have to reconcile ourselves with the predictions of Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) who had predicted that in the times in proximity to Qiyaamah, the molvis and the sheikhs will be the worst scum and rubbish under the canopy of the sky.
REMINDER

Salaat in the fong kong style of shaitaani ‘social distancing’ is not valid. The alcoholic sanitizers are najis and haraam. Salaat will not be valid when such rijs is applied to the body and clothes. If the agents of Iblees are in control of a Musjid and if they enforce the host of haraam-kufr conditions, then stay away from the Musjid. Perform Salaat at home or any where else where Jamaat is possible.
6 Shawwaal 1441 – 30 May 2020

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