Clothing in Tanzania

Clothing in Tanzania
Clothing in Tanzania

When your house is being raided by the police as a criminal investigation, you are the only one to have all of your possessions. To make this happen you need a “proof of residency” certificate or a “secure, safe, etc”. These things can cost from $800 to $750 depending on the country you live in. There are also other laws, such as confiscation of passports under which there could be a minimum of 5 months’ jail time, fines or some other money laundering, which can be up to $30000 per day.

A key factor in paying “proof of residency” or “secure proof” in Tanzania is that it has been signed by a former citizen who already resided in the country. Since this is done legally it can help avoid being caught.

The U.S. government even gives you a small stamp to make your citizenship clear from your passport.

Tanzania is considered one of the wealthiest states in the world and it has the second highest median income that one in every 2 Africans earn out of a wage of $11.75 a day.

The U.S. has been a major supporter of Tanzania’s democratic process for over 100 years. If someone like the Obama administration thinks they are doing the right thing they should come forward and speak out in support for the reforms it has supported for so long.
However, when you are arrested for your home invasion or your violent crimes you
Clothing in Tanzania by Nesha J. Mok, Nida Baghsh, Nana R. Jang, Kiyot K.

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