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    UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA
    THE PREVENTION OF TERRORISM ACT, 2002
    ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS

    Section Title

    PART I

    PRELIMINARY PROVISIONS

    1. Short title.
    2. Application.
    3. Interpretation

    PART II

    PROHIBITION FOR ACTS OF TERRORISM
    4. Definition and prohibition for terrorist act.
    5. Commission of offence of terrorist meeting.
    6. Offence of proscribed organization for commission of terrorist act.
    7. Rendering support to terrorism.
    8. Harbouring terrorist.
    9. Possession of unauthorized articles, information, etc.
    10. Prohibition against false threats of terrorist act.
    11. Overriding effect.

    PART III

    SPECIFIED ENTITIES
    12. International terrorism.

    PART IV2

    OFFENCES
    13. Provision or collection of funds to commit terrorist acts.
    14. Collection of property or provision of property and services, for commission of terrorist act.
    15. Use property for commission of terrorist act.
    16. Arrangements for retention or control of terrorist property.
    17. Dealing with property owned or controlled by terrorist groups.
    18. Soliciting and giving support to terrorist groups for the commission of terrorist act.
    19. Harbouring of persons committing terrorist act.
    20. Provision of weapons to terrorist group.
    21. Recruitment of persons to be members of terrorist groups or to participate in terrorist
    act.
    22. Promotion or facilitation of the commission of terrorist acts in foreign states.
    23. Promotion of offences.
    24. Conspiracy to commit offences under this Act.
    25. Membership of terrorist groups.
    26. Arrangement of meetings in support of terrorist groups.
    27. Participation in the commission of offence under this Act.

    PART V

    INVESTIGATION OF OFFENCES
    28. Powers of arrest.
    29. Powers of Investigation in case of urgency.
    30. Intelligence gathering. 3
    31. Powers to intercept communications and the admissibility of intercepted
    communication.

    32. Detention of aircraft or vessel.

    33. Power to seize property used in communication of terrorist act.

    PART VI

    TRIAL OF OFFENCES
    34. Jurisdiction to try offences under this Act.
    35. Evidence by certificate.
    36. Orders for forfeiture of property on conviction for offences under this Act.

    PART VII

    EXTRADITION AND MUTUAL ASSISTANCE IN CRIMINAL MATTERS
    37. Exchange of information relating to terrorist groups and terrorist acts.
    38. Counter terrorism conventions to be used as basis for extradition.
    39. Offences not to be deemed political.

    PART VIII

    MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS
    40. Duty to disclose information relating to offences and terrorist acts.
    41. Duty to disclose information relating to property of terrorist groups or property used
    for commission of offences under this Act.
    42. Orders for seizure and restrain of Property.
    43. Orders for forfeiture of property.
    44. Refusal of applications for registration and the revocation of registration of trustees
    linked to terrorist groups.
    45. Provision of information relating to passengers of vessels and aircraft and persons
    entering and leaving the country.4
    46. Power to prevent entry and order the removal of persons.
    47. Power to refuse refugee application.
    4 8. Power to make Regulations.

    PART IX

    CONSEQUENTIAL AMENDMENTS
    49. Amendment of the Criminal Procedure Act, 1985.
    50. Amendment of the National Security Act, 1970.
    5 1. Amendment of the Extradition Act, 1965.
    52. Amendment of the Proceeds of Crime Act, 1991.
    53. Amendment of the Immigration Act, 1995.
    54. Amendment of the Evidence Act, 1967.5

    An Act to provide for comprehensive measures of dealing with terrorism, to prevent
    and to cooperate with other states in the suppression of terrorism and to provide for related matters.

    ENACTED by the Parliament of the United Republic of Tanzania.


    PART I

    PRELIMINARY PROVISIONS
    1. This Act may be cited as the Prevention of Terrorism Act, 2002 and shall come into
    operation on such date as the Minister may, by Notice, published in the Gazette.
    2.(1) This Act shall apply to Mainland Tanzania as well as to Tanzania Zanzibar.
    (2) Any person who commits an offence punishable under this Act beyond the United
    Republic of Tanzania shall be dealt with under this Act in the same manner as if the act
    constituting an offence was committed in the United Republic of Tanzania.
    3. in this Act, unless the context requires otherwise Interpretation
    ''Act'' means the Prevention of Terrorism Act, 2002; 11aircraft'' includes an aeroplane,glider and helicopter;"communication'' means a communication received or transmitted by post, telegraphic,telephone or other communication received or transmitted by electricity, magnetism, or other means;

    "communication service provider'' means a person who provides services or the

    transmission or reception of communication;

    ''Court" means the High Court of Tanzania and, as the case may be, the High Court of
    Zanzibar
    "financial institution, means a commercial bank, any other institution which makes loans,advances, investments or accepts deposits of money from defined under the Banking and Finance Institution Act, of 1991
    "group or entity" means a person, group trust partnership fund or an
    unincorporated
    association or organisation;
    ''Master'' in relation to a vessel, means the owner or a person for the time being in charge or command or control of a vessel; ''Minister'' means the Minister responsible for home affairs;6 "operation" in relation to an aircraft, means the owner or person for the time being in
    charge or command or control of an aircraft;"police officer'' means, except where the context requires otherwise, police officer of or
    above the rank of Assistant Superintendent of Police; "proceeds of terrorism'' means all kinds of properties which have been derived or obtained from commission of funds traceable to a terrorist act, and include cash
    irrespective of a person in whose name such proceeds are standing or in whose
    possession or control they are found; "property'' means any property and any assets of every description, whether corporeal or incorporeal, movable or immovable, tangible or intangible and deeds and instruments evidencing title to, interest in, such property or asset and includes bank account; ''terrorist
    act'' means an act or omission referred to under section 4 of the Act and the expression''terrorist'' shall be construed accordingly.

    PART II

    PROHIBITION FOR ACTS OF TERRORISM
    4(1) No person in the United Republic and no citizen of Tanzania outside the United
    Republic shall commit terrorist act and a person who does an act constituting terrorism,
    commits an offence, unincorporated association or organisation;
    (2) A person commits terrorist act if, with terrorist intention, does an act or omission
    which;
    (a) may seriously damage a country or an international organization; or
    (b) is intended or can reasonably be regarded as having been intended to;
    (i) seriously intimidate a population;
    (ii) unduly compel a Government or perform or abstain from performing any act;
    (iii) seriously destabilise or destroy the fundamental political, constitutional, economic or
    social structures of
    country or an international organization; or
    (iv) otherwise influence such Government, or international organization; or
    (c) involves or causes, as the case may be
    (i) attacks upon a person's life which may cause death;7
    (ii) attacks upon the physical integrity of a person;
    (iii) kidnapping of a person,
    (3) An act shall also constitute terrorism within the scope of this Act if it is an act or
    threat of action which;
    (a) involves serious bodily harm to a person;
    (b) involves serious damage to property;
    (c) endangers a person's life;
    (d) creates a serious risk to the health or safety of the public or a section of the public;
    (e) involves the use of firearms or explosives;
    (f) involves releasing into the environment or any part of it or distributing or exposing the
    public or any part of it to;
    (i) any dangerous, hazardous, radioactive or harmful substance;
    (ii) any toxic chemical;
    (iii) any microbial or other biological agent or toxin;
    (g) is designed or intended to disrupt any computer system or the provision of services
    directly related to communications infrastructure, banking or financial services, utilities,
    transportation or other essential infrastructure;
    (h) is designed or intended to disrupt the provision of essential emergency services such
    as police, civil defence or medical services;
    (i) involves prejudice to national security or public safety, and is intended, or by its
    nature and context, may reasonably be regarded as being intended to;
    (i) intimidate the public or a section of the public;
    (ii) compel the Government or an international organization to do, or refrain from doing,
    any act, and is made for the purpose of advancing or supporting act which constitutes
    terrorism within the meaning of this Act.
    (4) An act which;
    (a) disrupts any services;8
    (b) is committed in pursuance of a protest, demonstration or stoppage of work, shall be
    deemed not to be a terrorist act within the meaning of this section, so long and so long
    only as the act is not intended to result in any harm referred to in paragraphs, (a), (b), (c),
    or (d) of subsection (3).
    (5) In this Act, unless the context requires, otherwise, any reference to ''terrorist act'' shall
    include any act referred to in sections 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10.
    5. A person commits an offence who;
    (a) arranges, manages or assist In arranging or managing or participates in a meeting or
    an act knowingly that it is concerned with an act of terrorism;
    (b) provides logistics, equipment or facilities for a meeting or an act knowingly that it is
    concerned with an act of terrorism; or
    (c) attends meeting knowingly that it supports a proscribed organization or to further the
    objectives of proscribed organization.
    6(1) Where two or more persons associate for the purpose of, or where an organization
    engages in any act for the purpose of;
    (a) participating, or collaborating, in an act of terrorism;
    (b) promoting, encouraging or exhorting others to commit an act of terrorism; or
    (c) setting up or pursuing acts of terrorism, the Minister may declare such person or
    organization to be a proscribed Organization.
    (2) A person who belongs, or professes to belong, to a proscribed organization commits
    an offence.
    (3) It shall be a defence for a person charged under subsection (2) to prove that the
    organization in respect of which he is charged had not been declared a proscribed
    organization at the time the person charged became a member or began to profess to be a
    member of that organization and that he has not taken part in the activities of that
    organization at any time after it had been declared to be a proscribed organization.
    7.(1) A person commits an offence who, in any manner or form;
    (a) solicits support for, or tenders support in relation to, an act of terrorism, or
    (b) solicits support for, or tenders support to, a proscribed organization.
    (2) "Support" as used in subsection (1), means and includes;9
    (a) instigation to the cause of terrorism;
    (c) offering of or provision of moral assistance, including invitation to adhere to a
    Proscribed organization;
    (d) the Provision of, or making available such financial or other related services to a
    terrorist, group or entity which is concerned with terrorist act;
    (e) dealing directly or indirectly, in any property that is owned or controlled by or on
    behalf of any terrorist or any entity owned or controlled by any terrorist, including funds
    derived or generated from Property owned or controlled, directly or indirectly, by any
    terrorist or any entity owned or controlled by any terrorist; or
    (f) entering into or facilitating, directly or indirectly, any financial transaction related to a
    dealing in Property referred to in paragraph (e).
    8. A person who harbours, conceals, or causes to be harboured or concealed, any person
    whom he knew to have committed or to have been convicted of, an act of terrorism, or
    against whom he knew that a warrant of arrest or imprisonment in relation to an act Of
    terrorism had been issued, commits an offence.
    9(1) A person shall commit an offence under this section who is in Possession of any
    code, password, sketch, plan, model, note or other document, article or information which
    relates to or is used in a protected place or anything in that place, in contravention of this
    Act or the Protected Places and Areas Act, 1969, or which has been entrusted to that
    person in confidence by any Person holding office, or he had access to office from Or
    which he has obtained or to which that Person had access owing to the position or office
    held by him or as a person who is or was Party to a contract with the Government.
    (2) A person who is in possession of anything specified under sub section (1), and who-
    (a) uses it for a terrorist intention or for any purpose prejudicial to the safety or interest of
    the United Republic; or
    (b) communicates such information to any person other than a person to whom there exist
    an authority to communicate it or to whom it is in the interest of the United Republic to
    communicate it; or
    (c) fails to take proper care of, or so conducts himself as to endanger the safety of that
    information; or
    (d) retains the sketch, plan, model, note, document or article when he has no right or
    when it is contrary to his duty so to do, or fails to comply with any lawful directions with
    regard to the return or disposal of such things; or10
    (e) uses anything described in paragraphs (a), (b), (c) or (d) for terrorist purposes,
    commits an offence against this Act.
    (3) Any person who receives any code, password, sketch, plan, model, note or other
    document, article or information, knowingly or having reasonable grounds to believe at
    the time when receives it that the same is communicated to him in furtherance of or
    rendering support to terrorist act contravention of the provisions of this Act unless a proof
    exist that such communication was against his wish, commits an offence.
    16.(l) No person in the United Republic and no citizen of Tanzania outside the United
    Republic shall communicate or make available by any means any information which he
    knows or believes to be false to another person with the intention of inducing in him or
    any other person a false belief that a terrorist act has been, is being or will be carried out.
    (2) No person in the United Republic and no citizen of Tanzania outside the United
    Republic shall place any article or substance in any place whatsoever with the intention
    of inducing in some other person a false belief that;
    (a) the article or substance is likely to explode or ignite and thereby cause personal injury
    or damage to property;
    (b) the article contains or the substance consists of ;
    (i) any dangerous, hazardous, radioactive or harmful substance;
    (ii) any toxic chemical; or
    (iii) any microbial or other biological agent, or toxin, that is likely to cause death, disease
    or personal injury or damage to property.
    (3) No person in the United Republic and no citizen of Tanzania outside the United
    Republic shall dispatch any article or substance by post, rail or any other means whatever
    of sending things from one place to another with the intention of inducing in some other
    person a false belief that;
    (a) the article or substance is likely to explode or ignite and thereby cause personal injury
    or damage to property; or
    (b) the article contains or the substance consists of;
    (i) any dangerous, hazardous, radioactive or harmful substance;
    (ii) any toxic chemical; or
    (iii) any microbial or other biological agent, or toxin, that is likely to cause death, disease
    or personal injury or damage to property.11
    (4) For the purposes of subsections (1), (2) and (3), a reference to a Person inducing in
    any other person a false belief does not require the first mentioned person to have any
    particular person in mind as the person in whom he intends to induce the false belief.
    11. The Provisions of this Act shall have effect notwithstanding anything inconsistent
    with this Act contained in any enactment other than this Act or in any instrument having
    effect by virtue of any enactment other than this Act.
    PART III
    SPECIFIED ENTITIES
    12(1) The Minister may declare any person to be a suspected international terrorist
    where;
    (a) he reasonably suspects that the person;
    (i) is or has been concerned in the commission, preparation or instigation of acts of
    international terrorism;
    (ii) is a member of, or belongs to, an international terrorist group or entity;
    (iii) has links with an international terrorist group, and he reasonably believes that the
    person is a risk to national
    security;
    (b) the person is listed as a person involved in terrorist acts in any Resolution of the
    United Nations Security Council or in any instrument of the international community; or
    (c) the person is considered as a Person involved in international terrorist acts by such
    State or other international organization.
    (2) Where the Minister makes a declaration under subsection (1) (a), he shall, in such
    manner as he considers appropriate, cause the person declared to be a suspected
    international terrorist to be notified as is reasonably practicable.
    (3) The Minister may declare a group to be an international terrorist group if the group;
    (a) is subject to the control or influence of Person outside the United Republic, and the
    Minister reasonably suspects that it is concerned in the commission, preparation or
    instigation of acts of international terrorism; or12
    (b) is listed as a group or entity involved in terrorist acts in accordance with the
    Resolutions of the United Nations Security Council or in any instrument of the
    international community as ''may be made from time to time; or
    (c) is considered as a group or entity involved in international terrorist acts as the
    Minister may approve and publish in the Gazette.
    (4) Reference in this Act to a Proscribed organization shall be deemed to include
    reference to an international terrorist group and, whenever applicable, to a suspected
    international terrorist.
    (5) The Minister may, with respect to any suspected international terrorist or an
    international terrorist group, make regulations to provide;
    (a) for the freezing of his or its funds, financial assets or other economic resources,
    including funds derived from property, owned or controlled directly or indirectly, by him
    or it, by persons acting on his or its behalf or at his or its direction;
    (b) for the prevention of his or its entry into, or transit in, the United Republic;
    (c) for the prohibition of the direct or indirect supply, sale and transfer to him or it of
    arms, weapons, ammunitions, military vehicles and equipment, paramilitary equipment,
    spare parts and related material, and technical advice, assistance, or training related to
    military activities;
    (d) that any person who contravenes any regulations made under this subsection shall
    commit an offence and shall, on conviction, be liable to penal servitude for a period not
    exceeding five years.
    (6) The Minister shall give notice in relation with any declaration made under subsections
    (1) and (3) in the Gazette and in such other ... manner as he deems fit.
    (7) In this section;
    (a) ''an act of international terrorism'' shall be construed as meaning an act of terrorism
    involving non citizens; and
    (b) ''international terrorist group'' means a person or group of an persons or an
    organization not being a citizen of Tanzania or whose origin is outside Tanzania and who
    or which is suspected to have committed any of the offences referred to under subsection
    (1).
    PART IV
    OFFENCES13
    13. Every person who provides, or collects by any means, directly or indirectly, any
    funds, intending, knowing or having reasonable grounds to believe that the funds will be
    used in fall or in part to carry out a terrorist act commits an offence and shall on
    conviction be liable to imprisonment for a term not less than fifteen years and not more
    than twenty years.
    14. Every person who, directly, collects property or provides, invites a person to provide,
    or makes available, property or financial or other related services -
    (a) intending that they be used, in whole or in part, for the purpose of committing or
    facilitating the commission of, a terrorist act or for the purpose of benefiting any person
    who is committing or facilitating the commission of, a terrorist act; or
    (b) knowing that in whole or part, they will be used by, or will benefit, a terrorist group,
    commits an offence and shall on conviction, be liable to imprisonment for a term not less
    than twenty years and not more than twenty five years.
    15. Every person who;
    (a) uses property, directly or indirectly, in whole or in part, for the purpose of committing
    or facilitating the commission of a terrorist act; or
    (b) possesses property intending that it be used or knowing that it will be used, directly or
    indirectly, in whole or in part, for the purpose of committing or facilitating the
    commission of a terrorist act, commits an offence and shall on conviction, be liable to
    imprisonment for a term not less than fifteen years and not more twenty years.
    16. Every person who knowingly enters into, or becomes concerned in, an arrangement
    which facilitates the retention or control by or on behalf of another person of terrorist
    property;
    (a) by concealment, Property,
    (b) by a removal out of jurisdiction,
    (c) by transfer to a nominee, or
    (d) many other way,
    commits an offence and shall on conviction be liable to imprisonment for a term not less
    than fifteen years and not more than twenty five years.
    17.(I) Every person who knowingly-
    (a) deals, directly or indirectly, in any property that is owned or controlled by or on
    behalf of a terrorist group;14
    (b) enters into, or facilitates, directly or indirectly, any trans groups action in respect of
    property referred to in paragraph (a); or
    (c) provides financial or other services in respect of property referred to in paragraph (a)
    as the direction of a terrorist group,
    commits an offence and shall on conviction, be liable to imprisonment for a term not less
    than twenty years but not more than thirty years.
    (2) A person who acts reasonably in taking or omitting to take measures to comply with
    subsection (1) shall not be criminally liable for having taken, or omitted to have taken
    those measures if he proves that he took all reasonable means to satisfy himself that the
    relevant property was not owned or controlled by or on behalf of a terrorist group.
    18.(I) Every person who knowingly, and in any manner;
    (a) solicits support for, or gives support to, any terrorist group; or
    (b) solicits support for, or gives support to the commission of a terrorist act,
    commits an offence and shall on conviction be liable to imprisonment for a term not less
    than twenty years and not more than thirty years.
    (2) For the purposes of paragraph (a) of subsection (1), an offer to provide or the
    provision of, forged or falsified travel documents to a member of a terrorist group
    constitutes giving of support to a terrorist group.
    19. Every person who harbours or conceals, or prevents, hinders or interferes with the
    apprehension of, any other person knowing, or having reason to believe that such other
    person-
    (a) has committed a terrorist act; or
    (b) is a member of a terrorist group,
    is guilty of an offence and shall on conviction, be liable to imprisonment for a term not
    less than eighteen years and not more than thirty years.
    20. Every person who knowingly offers to provide, or provides any weapon to;
    (a) a terrorist group;
    (b) a member of a terrorist group;15
    (c) to any other person for use by, or for the benefit of, a terrorist group or a member of a
    terrorist group,
    is guilty of an offence and shall on conviction, be liable to imprisonment for a term not
    less than twenty years and not more than thirty years.
    21. Every person who knowingly agrees to recruit, or recruits another person;
    (a) to be member of a terrorist group;
    (b) to participate in the commission of a terrorist act,
    commits an offence and shall on conviction be liable to imprisonment for a term not less
    than fifteen years and not more than twenty years.
    22. Every person who, in the United Republic-
    (a) knowingly Promotes or facilitates the doing of any act in a facilitation foreign state
    for the purpose of achieving any of the following objectives, whether or not the objective
    is achieved
    (i) the overthrow, by force or violence, of the government of that foreign state;
    (ii) causing, by force or violence, the public in that foreign state to be in fear of death or
    bodily injury;
    (iii) causing death of, or bodily injury to a person who;
    (a) is the head of state of that foreign state; or
    (b) holds or performs any of the duties of, a public office of that foreign state;
    (iv) unlawfully, destroying or damaging any property belonging to the government of that
    foreign state;
    (b) recruits another person to become a member of, or to serve in any capacity with, a
    body or association of persons the objectives of which are, or include, the objectives
    referred to in paragraph (a);
    (c) accumulates, stockpiles or otherwise keeps, any weapons for the Purposes of doing
    any act referred to in paragraph (a);
    (d) trains or drills, or participates in the training or drilling, or any other person in use of
    weapons or in the Practice of military exercises or movements to prepare that person to
    do any act referred to in paragraph (a);16
    (e) allows himself or herself to be trained or drilled, in the use of weapons or in the
    practice of military exercises or movements for the purpose of doing any act referred to
    in paragraph (a);or
    (f) gives any money or goods to, or performs services for, any other person or body or
    association of persons for the purpose of promoting or supporting the doing of an act
    referred to in the paragraph (a);
    (g) receives or solicits money or goods or the performance of services for the purposes of
    promoting or supporting the doing of an act referred to in paragraph (a),
    commits of an offence and shall on conviction, be liable to imprisonment for a period of
    term not less than twenty years and not more than thirty years.
    23. Every person who being-
    (a) the owner, occupier, lessee or person in charge of any building, premises, room, or
    place knowingly permits a meeting of persons to be held in that building, premises, room
    or place;
    (b) the owner, charterer, lessee, operator, agent, or master of vessel or the owner,
    charterer lessee, operator, agent or pilot in charge of an air craft knowingly permits that
    vessel or aircraft to be used, for the purposes of committing an offence or promoting or
    supporting the commission of an offence,
    commits an offence and shall on conviction, be liable to imprisonment for a term not less
    than fifteen years and not more than twenty years.
    24.(1) Every person who conspires with another person in the United Republic to do any
    act in any place outside the United Republic, being an act, which if done in the United
    Republic, would have constituted an offence under this Act shall be deemed to have,
    conspired to do that act, in the United Republic.
    (2) Every person who conspires with another person in a place whether within or outside
    the United Republic to do any act in the United Republic which constitutes an offence
    under this Act, shall be deemed to have conspired in the United Republic to do that act.
    25.(1) Every person who-
    (a) is a member of; groups
    (b) professes to be a member of, a terrorist group,
    is guilty of an offence and shall, on conviction, be liable to imprisonment for term not
    less than eighteen years.17
    (2) It shall be a defence for a Person charged with an offence under this section to Prove
    that the entity in respect of which the charge is brought was not a terrorist group at or on
    the date that he-
    (a) became a member of, or
    (b) Professed to be a member of, that entity, or that he has not taken part in the activities
    of that entity, after it became a terrorist group.
    26.(1) Every person who arranges, manages or assists in arranging
    or managing a meeting which he knows is-
    (a) to support a terrorist group;
    (b) to further the activities of a terrorist group,
    (c) to be addressed by a person who belongs or professes to belong to a terrorist group,
    is guilty of an offence and shall on conviction be liable to imprisonment for a term not
    less than ten years and not more than fifteen years.
    (2) In this section ''meeting'' means a meeting of three or more Persons, whether or not
    the public are admitted.
    27. Every person who;
    (a) aids and abets the commission;
    (b) attempts to commit;
    (c) conspires to commit;
    (d) counsels or Procures the commission of, an offence under this Act, is guilty of an
    offence and shall on conviction, be liable to the same punishment as is prescribed for the
    first mentioned offence.
    PART V
    INVESTIGATION OF OFFENCES
    28,(1) Any police officer may arrest without warrant any Person who has committed or is
    committing or whom he has reasonable grounds for suspecting to have committed or to
    be committing an offence under this Act.18
    (2) For the purposes of subsection (1), "police officer'' means and include a police officer
    of or above the rank of Assistant Superintendent, an immigration officer or a member of
    Tanzania intelligent security service.
    29,(l) Notwithstanding the provisions of the Criminal Procedure Act, 1985, where, in a
    case of urgency, application to the court to obtain a warrant would cause delay that may
    be prejudicial to the maintenance of public safety or public order, a police officer, not
    below the rank of Assistant Superintendent, or in charge of a police station may,
    notwithstanding any other Act, with the assistance of such other police officers as may be
    necessary;
    (a) enter and search any premises or place, if he has reason to suspect that, within those
    premises or at that place;
    (i) an offence under this Act is being committed or likely to be committed; and
    (ii) there is evidence of the commission of an offence under this Act;
    (b) search any person or vehicle found on any premises or place which he is empowered
    to enter and search under paragraph (a);
    (c) stop, board and search any vessel, aircraft or vehicle if he has reason to suspect that
    there is in it evidence of the commission or likelihood of commission of an offence under
    this Act;
    (d) seize, remove and detain anything which is, or contains or appears to him to be or to
    contain or to be likely to be or to contain, evidence of the commission of an offence
    under this Act;
    (e) arrest and detain any person whom he reasonably suspects of having committed or of
    being about to commit an offence under this Act.
    (2) A police officer may use such force as may be necessary for the exercise of the
    powers conferred by subsection (1).
    (3) Any person found on any premises or place or in any vessel, aircraft or vehicle may
    be detained by a police officer until the completion of the search under subsection (1)
    (4) Where a seizure is effected under this section, a list of all the articles, documents and
    other matters seized shall forthwith be delivered.
    (5) For the purposes of this section, the degree of force which may be used shall not be
    greater than is reasonably necessary.
    (6) A police officer who uses such force as may be necessary for any purpose, in
    accordance with this Act, shall not be liable, in any criminal or civil proceedings, for19
    having, by the use of force, caused injury or death to any person or damage to or loss of
    any property.
    30.(1) The Minister may, for the purposes of the prevention or gathering detection of
    offences of terrorism or for the purposes of prosecution of offenders under this Act, give
    such directions as may appear to him to be necessary to;
    (a) communication service providers generally;
    (b) communication service providers of a specified description;
    (c) any particular communication service provider.
    (2) Before giving a direction under this section, the Minister may consult any
    communication service provider he deems fit to consult,
    (3) A direction under this section shall specify the maximum period for which a
    communication service provider may be required to retain Communications data.
    (4) In this section "communication service provider'' means a person who provides postal,
    information, or communication, including telecommunications and internet service
    providers;
    ''data'' means information recorded in a form in which it can be processed by equipment
    operating automatically in response to instructions given for that purpose.
    (5) In the event of resistance, the court may, on application by the Attorney General,
    issue an order directing the communication service provider to comply with the direction
    of the Minister.
    31.(l) Subject to subsection (2), a police officer may, for the purpose of obtaining
    evidence of the commission of an offence under this Act, apply, exparte, to the Court, for
    an interception of communications order.
    (2) A police officer may make an application under subsection (1) only with the prior
    written consent of the Attorney General.
    (3) A Court to whom an application is made under subsection (1), may make an order-
    (a) requiring a communications service provider to intercept and retain a specified
    communication or communications of a specified description received or transmitted, or
    about to be received or transmitted by that communication service provider;
    (b) authorizing the police officer to enter any premises and to install on such premises,
    any device for the interception and retention of a specified communications of a specified
    description and to remove and retain such device, if the Court is satisfied that the written20
    consent of the Attorney General has been obtained as required by subsection (2) and that
    there are reasonable grounds to believe that material information relating to-
    (i) the commission of an offence under this Act, or
    (ii) the whereabouts of the person suspected by the police officer to have committed the
    offence, is contained in that communication or communications of that description.
    (4) Any information contained in a communication
    (a) intercepted and retained pursuant to an order under subsection (3);
    (b) intercepted and retained in a foreign state in accordance with the law of that foreign
    state and certified by a Court of that foreign state to have been so intercepted and
    retained, shall be admissible in proceedings for an offence under this Act, as evidence of
    the truth of its contents notwithstanding the fact that it contains hearsay.
    32.(1) The Inspector General of Police may issue ,detention or Detention of an aircraft or
    vessel if he is of opinion, that-
    (a) a threat has been made to commit an act of violence against the aircraft or vessel, or
    against any person or property aboard the aircraft or vessel; or
    (b) an act of violence is likely to be committed against the aircraft or vessel , or against
    any person or property on board the aircraft or vessel.
    (2) Where the operator of an aircraft or vessel fails to comply with a detention order
    under subsection (1), the authorised person may;
    (a) enter, or authorise any other person to enter, the aircraft or vessel;
    (b) arrange for a person or thing to be removed from the aircraft or vessel, and may use
    reasonable force, or authorise the use of reasonable force by another person for any such
    purpose.
    (3) The authorised person shall give written notice to the operator of the aircraft or vessel
    of any detention order issued under this section.
    (4) Where the operator of an aircraft or vessel objects to a detention order, the Minister
    may, after hearing the interested parties, confirm, vary or cancel the order.
    (5) Any person who-
    (a) without reasonable excuse, fails to comply with the requirement of a detention order;
    or21
    (b) intentionally obstructs or hinders any person acting in accordance with subsection (2),
    commits an offence.
    (6) For the purposes of this section, the Minister may, in writing, designate as an
    authorised person such person as he deems appropriate.
    33(1) Where the Inspector General of Police or Commissioner of Police has reasonable
    grounds for suspecting that any property has been, or is being, used to commit an offence
    under this Act, he may seize the property.
    (2) The Inspector General of Police or Commissioner of Police may exercise his powers
    under subsection (1), whether or not any proceedings have been instituted for an offence
    under this Act in respect of that property.
    (3) The Commissioner of Police, shall as soon as practicable after seizing any property
    under subsection (1), make an application, exparte, to the Court for a detention order in
    respect of that property.
    (4) A Court to whom an application is made under subsection (3), shall not make a
    detention order in respect of the property referred to in the application unless he;
    (a) has given every person appearing to have an interest in the property, a reasonable
    opportunity of being heard; or
    (b) has reasonable grounds to believe that the property has been, or is being, used to
    commit an offence under this Act.
    (5) Subject to subsection (6), every detention order made under subsection (4), shall be
    valid for a period of sixty days, and may, on application, be renewed by the Court, for a
    further period of sixty days until such time as the property referred to in the order is
    produced in Court in proceedings for an offence under this Act in respect of that property.
    (6) The Court may release any property referred to in a detention order made under
    subsection (4) if;
    (a) no longer has reasonable grounds to suspect that the property it has been or is being
    used to commit an offence under this Act; or.
    (b) no proceedings are instituted in the Court for an offence under this Act in respect of
    that property within 6 months of the date of the detention order.
    (7) A seizure of any property by the police officer under subsection (1) shall not be
    deemed to be a contravention of section 8.22
    (8) No civil or criminal Proceedings shall lie against the police officer for a seizure of
    property made in good faith pursuant to the provisions of subsection (1).
    PART VI
    TRIAL OF OFFENCES
    34.(1) The High Court shall have jurisdiction to try offences under this Act.
    (2) No prosecution for an offence under this Act shall be instituted except by or with the
    consent of the Director of Public Prosecutions.
    (3) A Court may, on motion by or on behalf of the Director of Public Prosecutions, order
    that no person shall publish
    (a) the name, address or photograph of any witness in any case tried or about to be tried
    before it for any offence under this Act; or
    (b) any evidence or any thereinafter likely to lead to the identification of the witness.
    (4) A Court may, on motion by or on behalf of the Director of Public Prosecutions, in the
    interest of public safety or public order, exclude from proceedings instituted for any
    offence under this Act, any person other than the parties and their legal representatives.
    (5) Any person who contravenes an order made under subsection (3) commits an offence.
    (6) For the purposes of subsection (2), an act or omission committed outside the United
    Republic and which would, if committed in the United Republic constitute an offence
    under this Act, shall be deemed to have been committed in the United Republic if the
    person committing the act or omission is present in the United Republic and cannot be
    extradited to a foreign state having jurisdiction over the offence constituted by such act or
    omission.
    35. Where in any proceedings for an offence under this Act, a question arises as to
    whether anything or a substance is a weapon, a hazardous, radioactive or a harmful
    substance, a toxic chemical or microbial or other biological agent or toxin, a certificate
    purporting to be signed by an appropriate authority to the effect that the thing or
    substance described in the certificate is a weapon, hazardous, radioactive or harmful
    substance, a toxic chemical or microbial or other biological agent or toxin, shall be
    admissible in evidence without proof of the signature or authority of the person appearing
    to have signed it and shall, in the absence of evidence to the contrary, be proof of the
    facts stated therein.
    36.41) Where any person is convicted of an offence under this Act, the Court may order
    that any property; 23
    (a) used for, or in connection with; or
    (b) received as payment or reward for, conviction for the commission of that offence, be
    forfeited to the United Republic.
    (2) Before making an order under subsection (1), the Court shall give every person
    appearing to have an interest in the property in respect of which the order is proposed to
    be made, an opportunity of being heard.
    (3) Property forfeited to the United Republic under subsection (1),shall vest in the
    Government;
    (a) if no appeal has been made against the order, at the end of the period within which an
    appeal may be. made against the order; and
    (b) if an appeal has been made against the order, on the final determination of the appeal.
    PART VII
    EXTRADITION AND MUTUAL ASSISTANCE IN CRIMINAL MATTERS
    37. The Inspector General of Police or Commissioner of Police may, on a request made
    by the appropriate authority of a foreign state, disclose to that authority any information
    in his possession or in the possession of any other government department or agency,
    relating to any of the following;
    (a) the actions or movements of terrorist groups or persons suspected terrorist of
    involvement in the commission of terrorist acts; acts
    (b) the use of forged or falsified travel papers by persons suspected of involvement in the
    commission of terrorist acts;
    (c) traffic in weapons and sensitive materials by terrorist groups or persons suspected of
    involvement in the commission of terrorist acts; or
    (d) the use of communications technologies by terrorist groups, if the disclosure is not
    prohibited by any provision of law and will not, in the mind of the Inspector General of
    Police or Commissioner of Police, be prejudicial to national security or to public safety.
    38.(1) Where the United Republic becomes a party to a counter terrorist convention and
    there is in force, an extradition arrangement between the Government of the United
    Republic and another state which is a party to that counter terrorism convention, the
    extradition arrangement shall be deemed, for the purposes of the Extradition Act, 1965 to
    include provision for extradition in respect of offences falling within the scope of that
    counter terrorism convention.24
    (2) Where the United Republic becomes a party to a counter terrorism convention and
    there is no extradition arrangement between the Government of the United Republic and
    another state which is a party to that counter terrorism convention, the Minister may, by
    order published in the Gazette, treat the counter terrorism convention, for the purposes of
    the Extradition Act, 1965 as an extradition arrangement between the Government of the
    United Republic and that state, providing for extradition in respect of offences falling
    within the scope of that counter terrorism convention.
    39. Notwithstanding anything in the Extradition Act, 1965 an offence which causes;
    (a) death or serious bodily harm to a person; or political
    (b) serious damage to property, of 1965 shall for the purpose of extradition under this
    Act, be deemed not to be an offence of a political character or an offence connected with
    a political offence or offence inspired by political motives.
    PART VIII
    MISCELLANEOUS
    40(1) Every person who has an information which maybe of assistance in;
    (a) preventing the commission by another person, of a terrorist act,
    (b) securing the arrest or prosecution of another person for an offence under this Act,
    shall forthwith disclose that information to a police officer not below the rank of
    Assistant Superintendent of Police or to a police in charge of a station.
    (2) Nothing in subsection (1) requires the disclosure of any information which is
    protected by privilege.
    (3) No civil or criminal proceedings shall lie against any person for disclosing any
    information, in good faith, as required under subsection
    (4) Any person who fails to comply with subsection (1), commits an offence and shall on
    conviction, be liable to imprisonment for a term not less than two years and not more
    than five years.
    41.(1) Every person shall forthwith disclose to a police officer-
    (a) the existence of any property in his or her possession or control, which is to his or her
    knowledge, owned or controlled by or on behalf of a terrorist group;
    (b) any information regarding a transaction or proposed transaction groups or in respect
    of any property referred to in paragraph (a).25
    (2) Every financial institution shall report, every three months, to the police officer and
    any body authorized by law to supervise and regulate its activities-
    (a) that it is not in possession or control of any property owned or controlled by or on
    behalf of a terrorist group;
    (b) that it is in possession or control of such property, and the particulars relating to the
    persons, accounts, and transactions involved and the total value of the property.
    (3) In addition to the requirements of subsection (2), every financial institution shall
    report, to the police officer, every transaction which occurs within the course of its
    activities, and in respect of which there are reasonable grounds to suspect that the
    transaction is related to the commission of a terrorist act.
    (4) No civil or criminal proceedings shall lie against any person for making a disclosure
    or report, m good faith, as required under subsection (1) or (2) or (3).
    (5) Every person who fails to comply with subsection (1) or (2) or (3), commits an
    offence and shall on conviction, be liable to imprisonment for a term not less than twelve
    months.
    42(1) Where the Court is satisfied, on an exparte application, that there are reasonable
    grounds to believe that there is in any building, place or vessel, any property in respect of
    which an order of forfeiture may be made under section 43, it will issue;
    (a) a warrant authorising a Police officer to search the building, place or vessel for that
    property and to seize that, property if found, and any other property in respect of which
    that police officer believes, on reasonable grounds, that an Order Of forfeiture may be
    made under section 35;
    (b) a restraint order prohibiting any person from disposing of, or otherwise dealing with
    any interest in that property, other than as may be specified in the order.
    (2) On an application made under subsection (1), the Court may, at the request of the
    Attorney General and, if the Court is of the opinion that the circumstances so require;
    (a) appoint a person to take control of, and manage or otherwise deal with, the whole or a
    Part of the property, in accordance with the directions of the Court;
    (b) require any person having possession of the property to give possession thereof to the
    person appointed under paragraph (a).
    (3) The power to manage or otherwise deal with the property under subsection (2)
    includes; 26
    (a) in the case of perishable or rapidly depreciating property, the power to sell that
    property, and
    (b) in the case of the property that has little or no value, the power to destroy that
    property.
    (4) Before a person appointed under subsection (2) destroys any property referred to
    subsection 3(b), he shall apply to the Court for a destruction order.
    (5) Before making a destruction order in relation to any property, the Court shall require
    notice to be given, in such manner as the Court may direct, to any person who, in the
    opinion of the Court., appears to have an interest in the property and may provide that
    person with a reasonable opportunity to be heard.
    (6) The Court may order that any property in respect of which an application is made
    under subsection (4), be destroyed if it is satisfied that the property has little or no
    financial or other value.
    (7) A management order under subsection (2), shall cease to have effect when the
    property which is the subject of the management order is returned to an applicant in
    accordance with the law or when it is forfeited to the United Republic.
    (8) The Attorney General may at any time apply to the Court to cancel or vary a warrant
    or order issued under this section.
    43(1) The Attorney General may make an application to the Court for an order of
    forfeiture in respect of -
    (a) property owned or controlled by, or on behalf of, a terrorist group; or
    (b) property that has been, is being or will be used, in whole or part, to commit, or
    facilitate the commission of, a terrorist act.
    (2) The Attorney General shall be required to name as respondents in the application
    under subsection (1) only persons who are known to own or control the property which is
    the subject of the application.
    (3) The Attorney General shall give notice of an application under subsection (1) to the
    respondents named in the application in such manner as the Court may direct.
    (4) If the Court is satisfied, on a balance of probabilities that, the property which is the
    subject of the application, is property referred to in subsection (1) (a) or (b), it shall order
    that the property be forfeited and be disposed of as directed by the Court.27
    (5) Where a Court refuses an application under subsection (1), the Judge shall make an
    order that describes the property and declare that it is not property referred to in that
    subsection.
    (6) On an application under subsection (1), a Court may require notice to be given to any
    person, who in the opinion of the Court, appears to have an interest in the property, and
    any such person shall be entitled to be added as a respondent to the application.
    (7) If the Court is satisfied that a person referred to in subsection (6);
    (a) has an interest in the property which is the subject of the application;
    (b) has exercised reasonable care to ensure that the property would not be used to commit
    or facilitate the commission of a terrorist act; and
    (c) is not a member of a terrorist group, the Court shall order that the interest shall not be
    affected by the order and it shall also declare the nature and extent of the interest in
    question.
    (8) A person who claims an interest in Property that has been forfeited and who has not
    been given notice under subsection (6), may make an application to the Court to vary or
    set aside an order made under subsection (4) not later than sixty days after the day on
    which the forfeiture order was made.
    (9) Pending the determination of an appeal against an order of forfeiture made under this
    section, property restrained under section 42, shall continue to be restrained, property
    seized under a warrant issued under that section, shall continue to be detained, and any
    person appointed to manage, control or otherwise deal with the property under that
    section shall continue in that capacity,
    (10) The provisions of this section shall not affect the operation of any other provision of
    this Act respecting forfeiture of property.
    44.(1) The Minister may sign a certificate stating that, it is his opinion, based on
    information received including any security or criminal intelligence reports, that there are
    reasonable grounds to believe that an applicant for registration as a registered trustees or
    a registered trustees has made, is making, or is likely to make available directly or
    indirectly, any resources to a. terrorist group.
    (2) Upon the signing of a certificate under subsection (1), by the Minister or a person
    authorized by him, shall cause the applicant or the registered trustees to be served,
    personally or by registered letter sent to its last known address, with a copy of the
    certificate and a notice informing it that, the certificate will be referred to the Court not
    earlier than seven days after the service of the notice, and that, if the certificate is
    determined to be reasonable, the applicant will not be eligible to be registered as28
    registered trustees or the registration of the registered trustees of the trust will be revoked,
    as the case may be.
    (3) The certificate or any matter arising out of it shall not be subject to review or be
    restrained, prohibited, removed, set aside or otherwise dealt with except in accordance
    with this section.
    (4) Seven days after service under subsection (2) or as soon as practicable thereafter, the
    Minister or a person authorized by him shall;
    (a) file a copy of the certificate in the Court for determination under subsection (5); and
    (b) cause the applicant or registered trustees to be served, personally or by registered
    letter sent to its last known address, with a notice informing it of the filing of the
    certificate.
    (5) Upon the filing of a certificate in the Court under subsection (4), it shall;
    (a) examine in chambers, the information, including any security or criminal or
    intelligence reports, considered by the Minister before signing the certificate, and hear
    any evidence or information is admissible and may, on the request of the Minister, hear
    all or part of that evidence or information in the absence of the applicant or registered
    trustees, if the Court is of the opinion that the disclosure of the information would be
    prejudicial to national security or endanger the safety of any person.
    (b) provide the applicant or the registered charity with a statement summarising the
    information available to the Court so as to enable the applicant or the registered charity to
    be reasonably informed of the circumstances giving rise to the certificate, without
    disclosing any information the disclosure of which would, in the Court is opinion, be
    prejudicial to national security or endanger the safety of any person,
    (c) provide the applicant or registered charity with a reasonable opportunity to be heard;
    and
    (d) determine whether the certificate is reasonable on the basis of all the information
    available to the Court or if found not reasonable, quash it.
    (6) Where the Court determines, under subsection (5), that a certificate is reasonable, the
    Minister shall cause the certificate to be published in the Gazette.
    (7) A certificate determined to be reasonable under subsection (5), shall be deemed for all
    purposes to be sufficient grounds for the refusal of the application for registration of the
    charity referred to in the certificate or the revocation of the registration of the charity
    referred to in the certificate.
    45.(1) The Provision;29
    (a) operator of an aircraft or master of a vessel, departing from the United Republic; or
    (b) operator of an aircraft registered in the United Republic or master passengers of a
    vessel registered in the United Republic, departing from any of vessels place outside the
    United Republic, may subject to regulations made under subsection (5), provide-
    (i) to the police officer any information in his possession, relating to persons on board, or
    expected to be on board, the aircraft or vessel, as the case may be; and
    (ii) to the competent authority in a foreign state, any information in his possession,
    relating to persons on board, or expected to be on board, the aircraft or vessel, as the case
    may be, and required by the laws of that foreign state.
    (2) The Director of Immigration may, subject to regulations made under subsection (5),
    provide to the competent authority in a foreign state any information in his other
    possession relating to persons entering or leaving the United Republic by land, and that is
    required by the laws of that foreign state.
    (3) The provision of any information under subsection (1) or (2) shall,. subject to
    regulations made under subsection (5), be deemed not to be a contravention of any
    provision of law prohibiting the disclosure of the information.
    (4) No information provided to the police officer under subsection (1), shall be used or
    disclosed by the Director of Immigration except for the purpose of protecting national
    security or public safety.
    (5) The Minister may make regulations necessary to give effect to the purposes of this
    section, including regulations;
    (a) respecting the types or classes of information that may be provided for under this
    section,
    (b) specifying the foreign states to which the information may be provided.
    46.(1) The Director of Immigration or other authorized officer under the laws relating to
    immigration, shall not grant an endorsement or other authority permitting a person to
    enter the United Republic if he has reasonable grounds to believe that such, person has
    been, is, or will be, involved in the commission of a terrorist act.
    (2) Where the Minister responsible for immigration has reasonable grounds to believe
    that a person in the United Republic has been, is or will be, involved in the commission
    of a terrorist act, he may make order requiring that person to leave the United Republic
    and remain thereafter out of the United Republic.30
    (3) A person with respect to whom an order under subsection (2) is made, shall leave the
    United Republic and shall, so long as the order is in force, remain out of the United
    Republic.
    (4) A person with respect to whom an order under subsection (2) is made, may be
    detained in such manner as may be directed by the Minister responsible for immigration
    and may be placed on a vessel or aircraft leaving the United Republic.
    47. The Minister responsible for immigration may, having regard to the interests of
    national security and public safety, refuse the application of any person applying for
    status as a refugee, if he or she has reasonable grounds to believe that, the applicant has
    committed a terrorist act or is or is likely to be, involved in the commission of a terrorist
    act.
    48.(1) The Minister may make regulations in respect of all matters in respect of which
    regulations are required or authorized to be made by this Act.
    (2) Subject to subsection (3), every regulation made under subsection (1), shall be
    published in the Gazette and shall come into operation on the date of publication or on
    such later date as may be specified in the regulation.
    (3) Every regulation made under subsection (1), shall, as soon as convenient after its
    publication, be brought before the National Assembly for approval and any regulation
    which is not so approved shall be deemed to be revoked from the date of disapproval, but
    without prejudice to anything previously done on the authority of those regulations.
    PART IX
    CONSEQUENTIAL AMENDMENTS
    49. Section 148 of the Criminal Procedure Act, 1985 is amended in subsection (5) by
    substituting a semi colon for a full stop which appears in item (iii) of paragraph (a) and
    adding immediately thereafter the following:
    ''(iv) terrorism against the Prevention of Terrorism Act, 2002.''
    50. Section 10 of the National Security Act, 1970 is amended by adding immediately
    after that section the following:
    ''10A. A person who commits an offence against sections 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 in
    circumstances whereby an inference can be drawn that the offence was committed in
    furtherance or in support of terrorist act contrary to the Prevention of Terrorism Act,
    2002, shall be proceeded against under that Act.''
    51. Section 17 of the Extradition Act, 1965 is amended by adding the following: the31
    ''(5) The provisions of subsections (1) and (2) shall not apply to a Extradition person who
    is accused of terrorism under the Prevention of Terrorism Act, Act, 2002.
    52. Section 6 of the Proceeds of Crime Act, 1991 is amended-
    (a) by inserting after paragraph (b) the following:
    " (c) any offence against the Prevention of Terrorism Act, 2002;''
    (b) by renumbering paragraph (c) as paragraph (d).
    53. The Immigration Act 1995 is amended-
    (a) in Section 8 by repealing subsection (1) and substituting for it the the following:
    (j) An immigration officer may without warrant, arrest any person whom he reasonably
    suspect to be a prohibited immigrant, a terrorist or to have been concerned in
    international terrorism within the meaning of the Prevention of Terrorism Act, 2002 or to
    have contravened or to be about to contravene any of the provisions of this Act.
    (b) in section 10, by substituting a semicolon for a full stop which appears in paragraph
    0) and adding immediately thereafter the following paragraph:
    (k) a person who has committed a terrorist act or international terrorism.''.
    54. The Evidence Act, 1967 is amended, in section 89;
    (i) by re-designating that section as subsection (1);
    (ii) by inserting the following:
    ''(2) Notwithstanding subsection (1) and any other written law, where in criminal
    proceedings involving offence Of terrorism or international terrorism, a question arises as
    to whether anything or a substance is in a state described or purported to be described in a
    document, that document shall be admissible in evidence without proof of the signature
    or authority of the person appearing to have signed it and shall, in the absence of
    evidence to the contrary, be proof of the facts stated therein.''

    Passed m the National Assembly on the 5th November, 2002


    Clerk of the National Assembly

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    dudus JF-Expert Member

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    Mkuu kama ni kuitwa mvivu wa kusoma naomba niitwe hivyo. Anyway, without affecting any other laws or standing orders of the republic, Farid na Ponda wanaweza kutiwa hatiani kwa vifungu vipi? Na endapo watatiwa hatiani, ni adhabu gani ya juu kabisa ambayo wanaweza kukatiwa? Naomba msaada.
     
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    Mkuu hii article ni nzuri sana, sema ni ndefu na inahitaji commitment kuisoma yote. Kwa yanayotokea Zenj ni Terrorism na Act of Terrorism Imeelezwa vizuri kwenye Section 4; Subsection 1,2,3,4. Najiuliza kama hii sheria ipo ni kwa nini haifanyi kazi huko zenj?
    Uamusho ina sifa zote za terrorist organization kama zilivyokuwa defined kwenye hii Act. Government should act now!
     
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    Sheria hii tumeipata kwa hisani ya nchi ipi?

    Je wametufikisha kule tunakotakiwa tufike?
     
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    Ni jukumu langu mimi na wewe kuifikisha nchi yetu kulee.. na sio wahisani mkuu! kama nimekusoma vizuri mkuu
     
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    nngu007 JF-Expert Member

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    Nitakuwekea VIFUNGU lakini

    1. Hawana AJIRA lakini Wanapesa za kuishi na kuchapa vipeperushi; MABANGO; na MAANDAMANO

    Kwahiyo kuna SOURCE of INCOME SOmewhere - Where? They need to be transparency.... GAIDI sio Transparent

    2. Wameua POLICE.... Na Kama ni UGAIDI ni Moja kwa Moja JELA bila DHAMANA

    3. Wametishia AMANI kwa kujificha
     
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    nngu007 JF-Expert Member

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    UNITED NATIONS CHATTER on TERRORISM f.y.i OMAN, UAE, KUWAIT na NYINGINE NYINGI
    WAMESAINI hiyo AGGREMENT up to YEMEN
     
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    dudus JF-Expert Member

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    Mkuu, kwa mtindo huu mbona wataingia wengi. Huoni kama hii ndio tafsiri yenyewe huenda hata wapinzani hususan Chadema nao wakawa convicted kwa sheria hiyo hiyo ukizingatia kulikuwa na similar allegations kwa viongozi wa Chadema kutoka mamlaka mbali mbali ikiwamo ofisi ya Msajili wa vyama vya siasa? Tuwe makini sana hapa kuepuka mitego ya watawala, kipimo kile kile upimiacho ndicho utakachopimiwa.
     
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    nngu007 JF-Expert Member

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    Unasema CHADEMA ni ALLEGATIONS hakuna PROOF

    Ya Zanzibar kuna PROOF kifo cha POLISI na hakutekwa ALIJITEKA
     
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