Catholic Church Bombed in Arusha

 What's happening in the most peaceful country in Africa? These Muslim Christian Clashes have to be put to an end. God be with the all the victims of the blasts
People wounded by the blast receive treatment at a hospital in the northern Tanzanian town of Arusha on 5 May 2013

Eight people - including four Saudi nationals - have been arrested over an explosion that killed two people at a church in the northern Tanzanian city of Arusha on Sunday, police say.President Jakaya Kikwete condemned the blast as an "act of terrorism".
No group has said it was behind the explosion, which left at least 50 people wounded.
Arusha regional police commissioner Liberatus Sabas told the BBC that eight people - four Saudis and four Tanzanians - had been arrested, as investigations continue into the blast.The explosion occurred at the official opening of the new Roman Catholic church in the suburb of Olasiti in Arusha, which is mainly Christian.
The Vatican's ambassador to Tanzania and the archbishop of Arusha were attending, but were not hurt.

Arusha MP Godbless Lema spoke on the tragedy to press

And we hear from the president's office that the president  is on his way back to Tanzania right now and has cut hi Kuwait state visit short to address this act of terrorism