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Magufuli’s last words in hospital before he took the last breath

The family spokesperson said that Magufuli received the ‘anointing of the sick’ sacrament and dua in the presence of former Dar es Salaam Archbishop…

Former President of Tanzania, the Late John Magufuli is said to have led prayers with doctors and his caregivers at the hospital before taking the last breath, family spokesperson, Ngusa Samike has revealed.

The family spokesperson said that Magufuli received the ‘anointing of the sick’ sacrament and dua in the presence of former Dar es Salaam Archbishop, Polycarp Cardinal Pengo, St. Peter’s Church Parish Priest Father Alister Makubi, and Tanzania’s Chief Sheikh, Abubakar Zubeir.

Magufuli was known for his close ties in the religious circle. He often attended Sunday prayers at St. Peter’s Catholic Church whenever he was in Dar es Salaam; this is the same church where his body was taken one last time for a requiem mass.

The late former president was equally close with the Muslim community, helping mobilize funds for construction of mosques and also holding dialogue with Muslim and Christian leaders.

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