Tuanze kubeba mabango ili kumshinikiza fisadi Mkapa katika mikutano anayohudhuria nchi za nje ili ajibu tuhuma nzito za ufisadi dhidi yake. Mkapa to miss Sullivan Summit DEOGRATIAS MUSHI in Arusha Daily News; Sunday,June 01, 2008 @00:03 Former President Benjamin Mkapa will not attend the 8th Sullivan Summit due to begin here tomorrow, as he leaves today for London to attend Investment Climate Facility for Africa (ICF) meeting. A Press statement released yesterday by his personal assistant Dr. Aziz Ponary Mlima said that Mr Mkapa, will Co-Chair the Board of Trustees and the Annual General Meetings of ICF on Tuesday. The Investment Climate Facility for Africa (ICF), whose headquarters is in Dar es Salaam, seeks to help Africa to create a more attractive business environment and realize its potential as global player and trading partner. The ICF works toward removing real and perceived obstacles of domestic and foreign investment by assisting Africans to prepare and promote the continent as an investment destination. Dr Mlima said that ICF recently signed an agreement with the judiciary to expedite and facilitate court process in the country, mentioning priority areas as property rights and contract enforcement, business registration and licensing, taxation, customs, financial markets, infrastructure facilitation, labour markets, and competition. ICF is funded by governments, international institutions and corporate donors, among them are Germany, United Kingdom, Ireland, Norway, France, Africa Development Bank, International Finance Corporation, Unilever, Standard Bank, Shell Foundation, Celtel, among others. European Union and other governments are in discussion phase to become donors. After the ICF meeting, Mr Mkapa will travel to Boston in the United States to attend a strategic meeting of the Board of the Aga Khan International University, of which he is a member.