The general election has finally come in Tanzania, as citizens of all over the country begins to cast their vote in the various electoral position, particularly the presidential position of the country.
On the semi-self-governing archipelago of Zanzibar, the circumstance had gotten unmistakably tense on Tuesday, with a resistance competitor – quickly captured – and an allegation from his gathering that security powers had killed 10 individuals.
On Wednesday morning, in the Garagara neighborhood on the edges of Stone Town in Zanzibar, where police terminated nerve gas and live ammo on Tuesday, 48-year-old Mnao said she went to the surveying station early to return home rapidly.
“During the encounters with the police, a nerve gas explosive arrived in my home. I shouted, I cried, I was troubled. My heart was pulsating extremely quick and I was imploring,” she said.
In excess of 29 million citizens are called to the surveys in terrain Tanzania and 556,000 on the semi-independent archipelago of Zanzibar, which together establish the United Republic of Tanzania (around 58 million occupants).
The two main candidate for the presidential election are incumbent president John Magufuli and Tundu Lissu a lawyer turned politician. Though there are over 12 other candidate who are contesting for the presidential election, Magufuli and Lissu stands the better chances.