Corruption in Tanzania: The Case for Circumstantial Evidence

by Edward Hoseah

About Edward Hoseah

Edward Hoseah is the director general of the Prevention and Combating of Corruption Bureau in Tanzania. Dr. Hoseah is also the president of the Eastern Africa Anti-Corruption Authorities. He serves on the executive committee of the International Anti-Corruption Authorities and is also a board member of the International Society for the Reform of Criminal Law. He is a member of UN Group of Experts on the UNCAC and an Advocate of the Tanzania Bar. Dr. Hoseah holds a PhD from the University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania; an LLM from Queen's University, Canada; and an LLB From University of Dar es salaam. Dr. Hoseah is the author of several articles in the African Society of International and Comparative Law and Journal of Management (Mzumbe University in Tanzania) and contributed an article in the book New Trends in Criminal Investigation and Evidence. He has also written a book Essays on Combating Corruption in Tanzania and he teaches law on part-time basis at the University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.


 

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