World Bank Operations in Tanzania Remain Sturdy Despite Kenyan False News Machinery


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World Bank Operations in Tanzania Remain Sturdy Despite Kenyan False News Machinery
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A senior economist within the World Bank system has clarified that the Bank's travel advisory note to its members composing a mission that was supposed to visit Tanzania this time around pending “security assessment” is a normal "internal administrative procedure."

The expert who took part in the Bank's missions in several Asian and African nations, emphasized, contrary to the distorted report published by a Kenyan online site, the Bank’s notice is also very specific to the announced clampdown of the lesbians by the Regional Commissioner (RC) of Dar es Salaam, and not on “general human rights issues,” in Tanzania as alleged by the Kenyan false news site.

“We always do the alerts whenever security situation in a member state so requires. Our missions comprise of diverse nationalities; they must be informed of critical issues surfacing in the countries they visit,” said the senior official.

The Bank expert economist reaffirmed: “On-going projects, operations and future missions such as those of Tanzania are well in order and per schedules despite such alerts. Nothing changes and I wonder why Kenyan media would spend time to signal wrong alarm.”

The source cited several missions in the recent past to have been similarly aborted on diverse security reasons in many other countries to allow “security assessment” for the safety of the visiting experts. The notices would last from few days to weeks.

The government of Tanzania has already issued clarification on the lesbian hullabaloo, insisting that despite homosexual being a criminal offence under its laws, the clampdown announced by the RC was not a government operation or position.

“The government will continue to observe its commitment to human rights principles without compromising our cultural norms,” said the statement issued by the government of Tanzania a couple of days ago.

Tanzania remains the East Africa’s fastest growing economy beating Kenya by far and only second on investor attractiveness index according to World Economic Forum and and Investor Attractiveness Index.

The Bank’s website still maintains a positive note on Tanzania’s economy: “Tanzania has sustained relatively high economic growth over the last decade, averaging 6–7% a year. While the poverty rate in the country has declined, the absolute number of poor has not because of the high population growth rate.


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The village mentality of the Tzd's is but mind gobbling.

You know Tz is the only nation on this planet to have gained its independence through scare "mental terror" tactics of boredom.:D

Every time the natives saw a beberu, they would stop him with, "aisee bwana, hebu tuzungumze!"
At first the whiteman was kinda shocked but also impressed of the thought of engaging in a dialog, how civil he thought!
Little did the poor hapless whiteman know that he would be compromised in some form of a "filibuster";)-->A very long excrutiating endless debate aimed at preventing a proposal from being adopted simply by preventing it from reaching a vote.
This could go on for days, sometimes even weeks!!
At sometime it became so hard for white families that they would gather in groups just to rescue one of their own ftom these barazas.
Soon the whiteman got bored and was sometimes caught dozing off in the middle of these endless barazas.
Much later, the whiteman started avoiding the "ndugus", life became misserable even shopping was a hustle..everytime mûthûngû saw a native, the whiteman would have to scamper for his dear life and on many occassions he would be spotted hiding behind the bushes just to avoid meeting a Tzo_O
Sooner the whiteman got bored and left Tz for good in 61:D
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