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President Magufuli Gives All Public Leaders A Day To Declare Assets

 

President Magufuli is known for his no-nonsense stance on corruption and Tanzania is better for it.

At a time when they would rather be holidaying in the Zanzibar, public leaders in Tanzania have been directed to submit their assets and liabilities declaration forms before the turn of the year. The Tanzanian publication, The Citizen reports that President John Magufuli on the 28th of December directed the Ethics Commissioner Judge Harold Nsekela to ensure it does not accept forms submitted after the 31st of December. Proesident Magufuli is said to have issued the directive after submitting his own forms to the Ethics Secretariat. In 2016, Magufuli also said he would sack ministers who failed to declare their assets and sign an anti-corruption pledge.

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President Magufuli is known for his no-nonsense stance on corruption and Tanzania is better for it.

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