Frederick Tluwa Sumaye, a former prime minister of Tanzania, speaks at Elizabeth City State University.

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Frederick Tluwa Sumaye, a former prime minister of Tanzania, speaks at Elizabeth City State University.

Sumaye: Resource-filled Africa at a crossroads

By Corinne Saunders

The Daily Advance

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Africa has more natural resources than any other continent but remains the poorest continent, said His Excellency Frederick Tluwa Sumaye, former prime minister of the United Republic of Tanzania, at a luncheon at Elizabeth City State University.

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And exactly who is corrupt?

Based on all the history, it is Africa's own people and leaders greed. Africa only has to look in the mirror to reveal their reason for woe. All the dialogue coming from Sumaye sounds like his own little private pity party looking for some weak brains, soft hearts, and full money bags.

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