Dar es Salaam police chief Lazaro Mambosasa says Mohammed Dewji indicated that his kidnappers spoke a "Southern African language". Mo Dewji who is Africa's youngest billionaire was released 11 days later after he was abducted by gunmen as he entered a hotel gym in Dar es Salaam.
Officials Reveal Possible South African Links to Kidnap of Tanzanian Tycoon
News24Wire, 20 October 2018
Police officials and a security expert have revealed possible South African links to the kidnapping of Tanzanian billionaire Mohammed Dewji, who was released unharmed on Saturday. Read more »
Tanzanian billionaire businessman Mohamed Dewji.
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