The court charged the MP under section 89 (1) (a) of the Penal Code Act 2002 before senior resident magistrate Victoria Nongwa. Mdee denied the charge against her. The prosecution comprised senior state attorneys Nassoro Katuga and Hamisi alleged that Halima Mdee on July 3rd this year at the Chama cha Demokrasia na Maendeleo (Chadema) headquarters office located at Ufipa street Kinondoni District, Dar es Salaam Region, she uses abusive language against President Magufuli by saying that he is speaking vigorously and that he needs to be tighten up with a break. However, the prosecutors asked the court for another mention date because they are still waiting for scientific evidence including video footages and pictures to submit to the court for proof. The defense side comprised six advocates including Peter Kibatala, Jeremiah Mtobesya, Faraja Mangula, Omary Nsemo, Nashon Nkungu and Hekima Mwesigwa. The legislator was granted a bail under the condition to submit two sureties where each was supposed to sign a bond of 10/-. The accused fulfilled the conditions. and was granted bail until 7th August when the case will come up for mention. Last week Halima Mdee who is also a member of the Chadema Central Committee and chairperson of the CHADEMA’s Women Wing (BAWACHA) was arrested by order of Kinondoni District Commissioner Ally Happi for allegedly uttering abusive language towards President John Magufuli. Mdee made the speech when she was addressing the press on the rights of teen mothers to receive education following the recent ban of teen mothers to go back to school made by President Magufuli. The District Commissioner Happi ordered Kinondoni Regional Police Commander Suzan Kaganda to detain the legislator for 48 hours due to the speech she made to journalists in a press conference. The opposition legislator has called on Tanzanians to elect leaders who could comprehend important issues affecting the nation instead of making pathwalk declarations.