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Tanzania govt considers reviewing partnership agreement with Aga Khan

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Tanzanian government considers reviewing its partnership agreement with Ismail Community (Aga Khan), a top government official said Sunday.Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa made the statement on Sunday in Dar es Salaam during the opening ceremony of the commemoration of the Diamond Jubilee of his highest Prince Karim Aga Khan IV.

Majaliwa said the review aims at strengthening the partnership between the government and the Ismail Community.

“We consider reviewing the partnership agreement with the community to ensure a win-win situation and develop our partnership with them,” he said.

He also urged the Community to invite other Ismaili Communities to come and invest in the country.

“I can assure you that the government will continue to create conducive environments for the investors to as to encourage them to come and invest in the country,” he said.

He said the fifth government will continue to work closely with the Ismaili community to achieve various development initiatives

He added “I acknowledge that Ismaili Community has been forefront in complementing government’s efforts to achieve various development initiatives, ” he said.

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