Mustafa Jaffer Sabodo
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Mustafa Jaffer Sabodo was born in Lindi, Tanzania to parents of Indian descent. He is an economist, consultant in international debt-finance, and a businessman. He has business interests in India, France, Kenya, Sudan and Zimbabwe.
In 2003, he offered to finance the growing of pulse for export to the tune of TZS 100 million.[1]
The Mwalimu Nyerere Foundation National Lottery was the brainchild of Sabodo, who donated TZS 800 million towards a project that established the lottery.​[2]​[3]
  1. ^ Dar Businessman Donates $0.1m for Pulse Production
  2. ^ Mwalimu Nyerere Foundation Lottery begins in earnest
  3. ^ JK: Contribute to Nyerere Foundation​Archived 10 August 2007 at

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