Tanzania: Police identify driver and vehicle of kidnappers of billionaire Mohammed Deji

Tanzanian police said on Friday they’ve managed to identify the driver and vehicle of kidnappers of Tanzanian billionaire Mohammed Dewji, kidnapped on October 11 in Dar es Salaam.

Tanzanian police chief Simon Sirro said at a press conference, that they had managed to identify the kidnappers car, thanks to surveillance cameras, showing a photo of a dark blue vehicle off-road.

Mohammed Dewji is at the head of the METL Group, present in a dozen countries in the fields of agriculture, insurance, transport, logistics or agribusiness.

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