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Tanzanian President John Magufuli has threatened to sack cabinet ministers who do not declare their assets or fail to sign an integrity pledge on Saturday, part of his anti-corruption drive.
Magufuli launched several initiatives to clamp down on corruption since winning an election in November.
Businesses have long said corruption was a major obstacle to working in the east African nation and a deterrent to investment. Tanzania is ranked 117th out of 168 countries in Transparency International’s 2015 corruption perception index where No. 1 is least corrupt.
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