Tanzania: Magufuli Urges More Prayers On Peace, Unity

President John Magufuli has called on Tanzanians to continue praying for peace and unity as well as working hard in everyone’s field of work.

President Magufuli made the remarks yesterday when he went for prayers at the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, Chato Diocese, St Stephen Anglican Church, Chato Diocese, African Inland Church (AIC) Chato and Omar Bin-L-Khattab Mosque in Chato.

According to a statement from the Directorate of Presidential Communications, Dr Magufuli stressed the importance of adhering to the Holy Scriptures, especially in working hard to hasten the country’s development. “I thank you all my brothers and sisters for continuing praying for peace and unity in our nation.

We are all Tanzanians; let’s continue praying to God to continue strengthening our peace and unity among all religions, tribes and parties because He loves us,” President Magufuli stressed.

At the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, Dr Magufuli conducted an impromptu harambee to contribute for the construction of a new building and managed to raise 1 million/-.

President Magufuli had previously contributed 10m/- towards the project on April 3.

At Omar Bin-LKhattab Mosque, St Stephen Anglican Church and AIC, President Magufuli contributed 5m/- each for the rehabilitation of their buildings.

Source: Tanzania Daily News.