Two Members of Parliament (CUF) have resigned in a row from their positions and party membership today.
The legislator for Temeke Constituency, Abdallah Mtolea and Tandahimba's Katani Ahmadi announced their resignation in a stretch of a few hours as the National Assembly's 13th meeting of the 8th Assembly is ongoing.
Mtolea made the public notice in Parliament, during a parliamentary session before walking out of the august House.
He explained that his decision is being influenced by the ongoing dispute within his opposition party CUF.
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