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How many billionaires do we have in Tanzania

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How many billionaires do we have in Tanzania

Tanzanian billionaire Mohamed Dewji has reportedly become the first African to sign up for the Giving Pledge, according to Forbes. This pledge was started by American investor Warren Buffett and Microsoft founder Bill Gates in 2010. It aims to get world’s wealthiest individuals to donate at least half of their assets before or after death.

Dewji’s move comes following a spate of donations by other billionaires such as Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg who has pledged 99% of his wealth; Amazon founder Jeff Bezos who has committed $2 billion towards supporting homeless families; and Alibaba co-founder Jack Ma who announced he will give away all his shares worth $3 billion as part of an effort dubbed “The Handshake Global Youth Program”.

There are no billionaires in Tanzania or anywhere else in East Africa, according to Forbes Magazine.

In an interview with Forbes Magazine, the president of Tanzania said that there are no billionaires in his country. Of course, you’d expect him to say that, given that he’s a politician and all. But let’s take a look at some other sources for information about billionaires in Tanzania or anywhere else in East Africa.

Forbes’ list of the world’s billionaires doesn’t show any East African countries on their list—not even South Africa or Kenya (which are both significantly wealthier than Tanzania). Also according to Forbes, there are many more people with a net worth over $5 billion in Nigeria than there are in Tanzania! So why should you care about this? Because it tells us something important: If we want our economy to grow fast enough to provide jobs for everyone who wants one and make sure everyone has access to basic necessities like food and shelter then we need lots more entrepreneurs who can create businesses big enough so they can employ lots of workers without needing government support through programs like welfare programs designed specifically for people who aren’t earning enough money from their jobs alone due

However, that would be enough money to make him the richest man in Tanzania.

However, that would be enough money to make him the richest man in Tanzania. It’s not surprising that there are no billionaires in Tanzania, since the country’s GDP is $42 billion.

However, unfortunately for us all, this is not a correct answer.

There are no billionaires in Tanzania because its population of 544 million people has an average per capita income of $1,200—and there aren’t even any close contenders in terms of wealth on either side of the globe. But what if we look at Africa as a whole?

The number of billionaires we have has gone up

“We have no billionaires in our country,” says Kigali-based economist Joseph Gachaga. “In the whole East African region, we have only one billionaire who is Ugandan. He is a shareholder of MTN Uganda Limited. In fact, I think we have more millionaires than billionaires in Tanzania. But if you look at our population which is around 56 million people and compare it to Kenya and South Africa with 42 million and 51 million respectively, then you will see that there are more billionaires in those countries than there are in Tanzania.”

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