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See Janet Magufuli After The Death of Her Husband

See Janet Magufuli After The Death of Her Husband

Janet Magufuli is a widow of the Late Tanzania president John Pombe Magufuli. Most Kenyans would want to know what happened to the first lady one year after the death of her husband Magufuli.

Janeth Magufuli, 61, was married to the Tanzanian president and served as the country’s First Lady from his election in November 2015 until his death in March 2021.

Their wedding took place at Dar Es Salaam University over two decades ago. Very little is known about their married life although the report revealed that that the president had neither a suit nor a wedding ring at the time of marrying the love of his life.

“Again the day I got married the priest bought me a ring, and he bought us a soda and I drank Pepsi, my partner drank Mirinda, the father of two said in the report. Unlike the usual marriages, I did not wear a jacket and my wife did not wear a shawl but we got married.” – Pombe Magufuli

However it’s clear, Janet has focused more on private issues mainly without attracting publicity like before.

Janet Magufuli has put her focus generally on her family for it’s clear she currently has more family responsibilities unlike before.

Janet is clear in her mandate as the head of her family to unite the children and everybody to avoid fights over the properties.

She has also remained a unifying figure generally behind the scenes. Her efforts have been to support the current president of Tanzania Samia Suluhu to ensure moving into the future women leaders can also emerge in Tanzania to lead the country to glory.

Janet Magufuli is also a teacher and has continued to impart knowledge to children from one generation to another.

This informs of why she is often off public limelight unlike before when her husband was alive and in leadership.

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