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Tanzania appoints first albino deputy minister

When he is not delivering a lecture at the University of Dodoma (Udom) nestled on a sun-fried terrain of Tanzania’s capital city, he is often seen sifting through piles of books in the library or walking casually around the campus, reflecting or cracking jokes with his students.

Dr. Abdallah Possi, a 36-year-old lawyer who is known for his razor-sharp legal mind, attention to detail and his unassuming demeanor that has earned him unquestionable reputation as a human rights campaigner, is a renewed hope in the on-going fight against albino killings.

“He’s a down to earth young man who is deeply committed to defending human rights,” said Elias Mugisha, a human rights lawyer based in Dar es Salaam.

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