Tan­za­nia rev­els on anti-cor­rup­tion move suc­cess


STAKE­HOLD­ERS’ in­volve­ment in the fight against cor­rup­tion has been cited as an es­sen­tial move to be used by Com­mon­wealth in the fight against cor­rup­tion in the wake of suc­cess in Tan­za­nia.

Re­veal­ing his re­marks while speak­ing to the Com­mon­wealth Sec­re­tary-Gen­eral Pa­tri­cia Scot­land at the side­line of In­ter­na­tional An­tiCor­rup­tion Sum­mit 2016 held at Lancaster House London last week, the Prime Min­is­ter, Kas­sim Ma­jaliwa (pic­tured right) said Tan­za­nia is ready to sup­port the com­mon­wealth countries in en­sur­ing the strate­gies in fight against cor­rup­tion are met us­ing the homegrown ap­proach.

He said the pace of the Phase 5 Gov­ern­ment un­der the lead­er­ship of Pres­i­dent John Magu­fuli has its com­mit­ment to fight cor­rup­tion by hav­ing var­i­ous ini­tia­tives against it and the trend has proved com­mend­able to re­cent years de­vl­op­ment.

The pre­mier told com­mon­wealth sec­re­tary the that

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