In a tiny stationary store in Tan- zania’s economic money of Dar es Salaam, Adam Sayi is upbeat about President John Magufuli’s contested re-election in October.
Regardless of promises by opposition functions and international observers that the election was rigged by the rul- ing Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM) bash, Tanzania’s controversial leader stays fairly perfectly liked in the East African nation.
Small-business enterprise house owners like Sayi be- lieve their whole lot will boost all through an additional 5 years beneath Tanzania’s president, when Magufuli is seen as a dutiful stew- ard of an economy that has managed steady growth and prevented coronavirus lockdowns.
“I count on a large amount of enhancement in the coming 5 many years of Magufuli,” Sayi tells African Organization. “From central develop- ment to county progress, as we can see from the preceding five yrs we have moved from a very low-cash flow country to