Tanzania Peace Foundation Denies News Reports As Fake

Tanzania Peace Foundation Denies News Reports As Fake

Following the circulation of a fake document on social media web sites on October 2 this year, Sadiki Godigodi as chairman of the Tanzania Peace Foundation denied the content of a such fake document.

He reiterated in a statement the fakeness of the news circulated on some media pages as well as the inauthenticity of both the signature and the stamp included in the document below. The Tanzania Peace Foundation, he added, reaffirms strongly the positive and effective participation of its members in the conference, entitled "The Imperative of Post-Covid Recovery: How Can the Resolution of the Sahara Issue spur African Stability and Integration? held on Saturday 16 October 2021 at Hyatt Kilimanjaro in Dar Es-Salaam.

Tanzania as well as its seriousness in respecting all the conclusions and recommendations formulated jointly during the aforementioned conference by the Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies (IPCS) and the Tanzania Peace Foundation (TPF) based in Dar Es-Salaam, Tanzania.

On this occasion, the TPF renews its engagement and commitment not only to the outcome of the conference but also to the content of the final statement issued on 16 October 202I by the two Tanzanian think-Thanks at the end of the conference.

In the light of above, the Tanzania Peace Foundation has strongly and repeatedly confirmed the authenticity of this present statement, declaring that any news issued, in the name of the TPF by any media station or social network falls outside the scape or the content of this present statement should be considered as a fake news and does not express the TPF orientations and the participants 'satisfactions concerning the Sahara issue.

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