Three students from the Kampala International University were arrested on June 13, 2016 in Dar es Salaam for allegedly circulating photos of the hijab-clad Magufuli on WhatsApp. Section 7 of Tanzania's Cybercrime Act 2015, prohibits internet users from "causing damage, altering or deteriorating computer-generated data".
Three in Court for Circulating Photos Portraying Magufuli Wearing a Hijab
Citizen, 11 July 2019
Three students from Kampala International University (Kiu) are in court, facing counts of distributing pictures - through WhatsApp groups - showing President John Magufuli as… Read more »
Woman wearing a Hijab.
Fight Against Cybercrime Is Here to Stay
Daily News, 9 January 2017
The recent High Court's decision, confirming the Cybercrimes Act does not abrogate the Constitution of the United Republic of Tanzania, is another sign that the government has been… Read more »
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