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Tanzanian President Magufuli Cancelled Railway Project Due To Massive Corruption

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Tanzanian President Magufuli has cancelled a $7 billion standard gauge railway project because it was bloated with corruption by the previous government and chinese contractors. The new project will be worked on between Tanzania and Turkey at almost a half the price.

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  1. If we had such leaders in africam we would be somewhere by now. it’s high that we demand proper governance in all spheres of goverment. AU should also get back to its senses because they are useless hence the westerns interfere in our affairs. God bless Africa

  2. If we had such leaders in africam we would be somewhere by now. it’s high that we demand proper governance in all spheres of goverment. AU should also get back to its senses because they are useless hence the westerns interfere in our affairs. God bless Africa

  3. Just hope Ghana’s new president will make the fight against corruption his major priority. Mugafuli is all Africa needs to come out of endemic poverty. God bless him. He should keep it up continue because his legacy will tracend centuries.

  4. That’s the way to go if u truelly love ur country and u are out there as a leader working for them and not just ur family like most of them are doing… keep up with the good works boss

  5. what he did is extremely Amazing in African Country , all we need Africa is our ruler to be keen in the Poor people

  6. Amazing. What an exceptional president. We need more of them with the same character. May God protect him.

  7. The President has really done well by ordering the halt of the entire project and demanding the review of the estimates for the project to exact “value for money” and ensuring the execution of good work.
    If the estimates are really slashed, the group that did the earlier estimates be made to face the full rigours of the law.

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