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Breaking News: AT LONG LAST TANZANIA TO GET PAID BY BAE


By  Ayoub  mzee
 Today the British defense company, BAE Systems PLC,   has  anounced  that  it is now  ready to pay the 29.5 million pounds ($47 million) to the government of Tanzania to close a very   long   standing  wrangle  over the sale of a radar and traffic control system.

A parliamentary committee released a letter from BAE chairman Dick Oliver saying the company was ready to compensate Tanzania as soon as the payment is cleared by Britain's Department for International Development.

Last year, BAE pleaded guilty to failing to keep proper records of payments to a former adviser in Tanzania. Credit  to  this  will go  to  the  all  NGO'S  like  corner  house , CAAT, and  the  rest in  the  UK  that fought the  Tanzania  corner, The Tanzanian  parliamentary  team  that  visited   the  UK  led   by  the  deputy  speaker  of  the  house,  the  Uk  parliament,DIFD  and   above  all Balozi  Peter   Kallaghe,  the High commissioner  in  London,    who has  been at  the  front  line  leading  the  Tanzania  diplomatic  assault  on  this  matter.

The  onus  is  now  on the  Tanzania  Government  to show  the  world  and  all  its  critics   that  Tanzania  is  now  politically  mature  with   international standards of  financial  transperency   and  accountabilty 


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  1. Anonymous Anasema:

    This is great news for Tanzania.
    Writer of the article... The payment is not Compensation..! It is a fine from SFO to BAE, as quoted by BBC. Please write with care and understanding of what you are writing.

  2. Anonymous Anasema:

    That's only one thing...sasa cheki hizo pesa zitakavyowasababishia watu kesi kwa kuzifisadi.Yaani picha ndi kwanza limeanza :-)

  3. Anonymous Anasema:

    Hapo sawa sasa...!lakini na ikumbukwe hiyo siyo hela ya kufanyia uchaguzi 2015 Please!maana viongozi wa kibongo zinawatosha wanavyojua ...!

  4. I hope the government plans to buy equipment for Muhimbili and other Tanzanian hospitals with some of that money!