Tanzanian Dissenters: Enough is Enough, Minister Says


The State Minister in the Second Vice-President's Office, Mohammed Aboud Mohammed has declared Zanzibar a "peaceful place" stating that the government will exercise a no-tolerance policy towards dissenters that have been said to destabilize the region.

Riots in Zanzibar. October 2012

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  • Tanzania:  VP Warns Clerics Over Hate-Speech

    Tanzania Daily News, 27 October 2012

    THE Vice-President Dr Mohamed Gharib Bilal has called on religious leaders to continue preaching peace, love and unity and warned those inclined to preach hatred to stop it ... read more »

  • Tanzania:  Islamist Riots Threaten Zanzibar

    UN Integrated Regional Information Networks, 24 October 2012

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