Web Desk: The President of the African country, Sama Saluho Hassan, has canceled the Independence Day celebrations on Friday, December 9. According to foreign media reports, the President of Tanzania, Sama Saluho Hassan, has canceled the Independence Day celebrations on Friday, December 9. has issued instructions that the budget of the celebrations should be used to build hostels for school children in the country.
According to reports, Tanzania’s 61st Independence Day celebrations were supposed to cost 445,000 dollars, but this money will now be used to build hostels in 8 primary schools in the country. K Rooz said that the budget of the events has been distributed to the administration as per the order of the President. Tanzania usually celebrates Independence Day in a grand and official manner. However, this is not the first time that Tanzania has canceled Independence Day celebrations.
Earlier in 2015, then President John Magofuli canceled Independence Day celebrations and ordered the funds to be spent on road construction in the commercial capital Dar es Salaam, while he did the same in 2020 and directed that the budget be used for medical care. To be used for facilities