Mohammed Dewji: Africa's youngest billionaire abducted by masked gunmen
12 October, 2018, 06:40 | Author: Essie Rivera
Tanzanian billionaire Mohammed Dewji has been kidnapped in early Thursday morning incident which spread like a bush-fire on social media platforms.
A normally sleepy city, Dar es Salaam is not known for high intrigue, and there has certainly never been a case of white men kidnapping prominent individuals reported before.
The billionaire heads the MeTL Group which operates in about 10 countries with interests in agriculture to insurance, transport, logistics and the food industry.
"Also in the report, the Dar es Salaam police chief, Lazaro Mambosasa, at a press conferences said the kidnappers had "shot into the air" before bundling Mr Dewji into a auto".
He said police were looking for suspects and had already made arrests.
43-year old Dewji was elected to parliament on the CCM ticket but did not seek re-election to his seat in the 2015 election. "They shot in the air once and the hotel's security guards scampered for safety", the driver said.
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