TANZANIA: JOHN MAGUFULI - FROM COMPROMISE CANDIDATE TO 'PETTY DICTATOR'?

[Africa In Fact] Few observers could have predicted the transformation of Dr John Pombe Magufuli from a diligent but low-profile minister into an impulsive and uncompromising head of state. With Magufuli determined to refashion the nation in his own image, Tanzania's president warrants greater attention.

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