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John Magufuli: World Bank not Scrapping $300m Loan because of my Policy Against Pregnant Students

President John Magufuli of Tanzania has displaced reports making the waves that the World Bank plans to scrap a $300m loan it intended to give to the country. But how did the reports come about?

John Magufuli: World Bank not Scrapping $300m Loan because of my Policy Against Pregnant Students
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