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Tanzanian PM under pressure to resign over alleged fraudulent payments

“This appears to be one of the biggest corruption scandals in Tanzania’s history and has been long drawn out at great cost to the Tanzanian people,” said a Transparency International spokeswoman. “This web of corruption in the energy sector risks undermining donor and investor confidence, and the country’s ability to secure much needed financing for power-production from development partners. This curtails Tanzania’s chances of meeting the current gaps in the energy sector and the growing demand for power.”

Tanzanian PM under pressure to resign over alleged fraudulent payments via Guardian

Mizengo Pinda accused of authorising unlawful offshore payments under guise of energy contracts a month after donors withhold funding amid corruption fears

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