Mtanzania Aliyetoa Taarifa zilizopelekea Kukamatwa Osama Bin Laden Atishia Kuishitaki USA, asema hajalipwa pesa zake Bilioni 68

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Mtanzania Jabarldin Hamis Ijengo ametishia kwenda Mahakamani Kuishitaki Ubalozi wa Marekani Nchini Kwa madai kwamba haijamlipa pesa zake kufuatia kutoa taarifa za Siri na uhakika zilizowezeshwa kuuwawa Kwa Gaidi Maarufu bwana Osama Bin Laden.
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My Take
USA acheni Utapeli lipeni pesa za watu.
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Did information that led to the killing of Osama bin Laden in Pakistan in May 2011 originate from Dar es Salaam?

This is a question that has remained unanswered for years, and it has now resurfaced following claims that a man in Dar es Salaam who tipped off the US security agencies about the whereabouts of bin Laden is demanding his reward of $27 million from the US government.

The Tanzanian man, Jabaldin Hamis Ijengo, has come forward alleging he played a key role in locating Osama Bin Laden.

Mr Ijengo says he provided crucial information to the US Embassy in Dar es Salaam in 2005 about Bin Laden's whereabouts in Pakistan.

The informant is now threatening to sue the US Embassy for the alleged failure to reward him for his instrumental role in disclosing the whereabouts of Bin Laden, ultimately leading to his death in 2011.

“Failure to comply with this demand will regrettably leave me with no choice but to pursue legal recourse, which may involve initiating court proceedings at your own risk and expense, without further notice,” warns the alleged informant.

The US Embassy in Dar es Salaam, through its spokesperson, Kalisha Holmes, declined to comment on the matter.

“While we cannot comment on ongoing law enforcement cases, all information provided to the Rewards for Justice programme is reviewed and vetted by the relevant authorities in the US,” Ms Holmes wrote in an email.

The informant, who spoke to The Citizen for the first time, says he has decided to come out publicly to claim his reward because he felt he was being denied what is truly his.

In 2015, The Citizen broke the story (Swipe to see coverage) when the claims were initially made. The matter has now resurfaced, with the man pursuing his reward for over 10 years now.

“It is because of the lengthy delays that it has become inevitable for me to come out,” said Mr Ijengo.

He reminded officials of the public offer made by the embassy in response to the 1998 attacks on US embassies in Dar es Salaam and Nairobi, wherein a reward of $27 million was promised for information leading to Bin Laden's location.

Chanzo: The Citizen
 
Mtanzania Jabarldin Hamis Ijengo ametishia kwenda Mahakamani Kuishitaki Ubalozi wa Marekani Nchini Kwa madai kwamba haijamlipa pesa zake kufuatia kutoa taarifa za Siri na uhakika zilizowezeshwa kuuwawa Kwa Gaidi Maarufu bwana Osama Bin Laden.

My Take
USA acheni Utapeli lipeni pesa za watu.
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Did information that led to the killing of Osama bin Laden in Pakistan in May 2011 originate from Dar es Salaam?

This is a question that has remained unanswered for years, and it has now resurfaced following claims that a man in Dar es Salaam who tipped off the US security agencies about the whereabouts of bin Laden is demanding his reward of $27 million from the US government.

The Tanzanian man, Jabaldin Hamis Ijengo, has come forward alleging he played a key role in locating Osama Bin Laden.

Mr Ijengo says he provided crucial information to the US Embassy in Dar es Salaam in 2005 about Bin Laden's whereabouts in Pakistan.

The informant is now threatening to sue the US Embassy for the alleged failure to reward him for his instrumental role in disclosing the whereabouts of Bin Laden, ultimately leading to his death in 2011.

“Failure to comply with this demand will regrettably leave me with no choice but to pursue legal recourse, which may involve initiating court proceedings at your own risk and expense, without further notice,” warns the alleged informant.

The US Embassy in Dar es Salaam, through its spokesperson, Kalisha Holmes, declined to comment on the matter.

“While we cannot comment on ongoing law enforcement cases, all information provided to the Rewards for Justice programme is reviewed and vetted by the relevant authorities in the US,” Ms Holmes wrote in an email.

The informant, who spoke to The Citizen for the first time, says he has decided to come out publicly to claim his reward because he felt he was being denied what is truly his.

In 2015, The Citizen broke the story (Swipe to see coverage) when the claims were initially made. The matter has now resurfaced, with the man pursuing his reward for over 10 years now.

“It is because of the lengthy delays that it has become inevitable for me to come out,” said Mr Ijengo.

He reminded officials of the public offer made by the embassy in response to the 1998 attacks on US embassies in Dar es Salaam and Nairobi, wherein a reward of $27 million was promised for information leading to Bin Laden's location.

Chanzo: The Citizen
hizo b68 si sawa na uchumi wa mwaka mzima wa tanzania mwaka2022

kwaiyo akipata atakua bilionear wa kwanza maana Aliko dangote ana 11B
 
Mtanzania Jabarldin Hamis Ijengo ametishia kwenda Mahakamani Kuishitaki Ubalozi wa Marekani Nchini Kwa madai kwamba haijamlipa pesa zake kufuatia kutoa taarifa za Siri na uhakika zilizowezeshwa kuuwawa Kwa Gaidi Maarufu bwana Osama Bin Laden.

My Take
USA acheni Utapeli lipeni pesa za watu.
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Did information that led to the killing of Osama bin Laden in Pakistan in May 2011 originate from Dar es Salaam?

This is a question that has remained unanswered for years, and it has now resurfaced following claims that a man in Dar es Salaam who tipped off the US security agencies about the whereabouts of bin Laden is demanding his reward of $27 million from the US government.

The Tanzanian man, Jabaldin Hamis Ijengo, has come forward alleging he played a key role in locating Osama Bin Laden.

Mr Ijengo says he provided crucial information to the US Embassy in Dar es Salaam in 2005 about Bin Laden's whereabouts in Pakistan.

The informant is now threatening to sue the US Embassy for the alleged failure to reward him for his instrumental role in disclosing the whereabouts of Bin Laden, ultimately leading to his death in 2011.

“Failure to comply with this demand will regrettably leave me with no choice but to pursue legal recourse, which may involve initiating court proceedings at your own risk and expense, without further notice,” warns the alleged informant.

The US Embassy in Dar es Salaam, through its spokesperson, Kalisha Holmes, declined to comment on the matter.

“While we cannot comment on ongoing law enforcement cases, all information provided to the Rewards for Justice programme is reviewed and vetted by the relevant authorities in the US,” Ms Holmes wrote in an email.

The informant, who spoke to The Citizen for the first time, says he has decided to come out publicly to claim his reward because he felt he was being denied what is truly his.

In 2015, The Citizen broke the story (Swipe to see coverage) when the claims were initially made. The matter has now resurfaced, with the man pursuing his reward for over 10 years now.

“It is because of the lengthy delays that it has become inevitable for me to come out,” said Mr Ijengo.

He reminded officials of the public offer made by the embassy in response to the 1998 attacks on US embassies in Dar es Salaam and Nairobi, wherein a reward of $27 million was promised for information leading to Bin Laden's location.

Chanzo: The Citizen
Huyu kama kuna MTU wake wa karibu, amshauri kwamba, atafute kichaka, aka Kate gogo.
Uncle Sam(USA), huwa hatishiwi, havimbiwi!
 
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