The anti-Western radicalism of African academics in the past has cost us tremendously. Ironically, some of the erstwhile critics are now resident in the countries they criticised the most.
Tanzanians are more open than we know. At the National Museum, they have laid bare all the six vehicles that their founding President Julius Nyerere used, and the story of how they were acquired.
We need Open Data in Tanzania and in all its neighbours. That way, all the citizens can begin to compare what it costs to maintain one Minister in their countries.