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      Default Patrick Rutabanzibwa: Corruption 'a right' in Tanzania

      I think the former PS is spot on, especially on the competence of civil servants. This is a huge problem, which nobody want to talk about. Without a strong civil servants,how and why on earth do we expect to make any progress?

      Here is a link: Corruption 'a right' in Tanzania, claims retired PS - National - thecitizen.co.tz
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      Default Re: Patrick Rutabanzibwa: Corruption 'a right' in Tanzania

      Kuna afisa wa pccb mbeya aliuguliwa mtoto. Watu wakamwambia kabisa, kwa tatizo la mwanao ni dr x tu ndo anaweza kumtibu ila bila kutoa rushwa huchomoki! Yule afisa alitoa hela ndefu tu tena na za nyongeza na mtoto wake akatibiwa. We unategemea nini?

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