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Exploitation of the natural capital inherent in the mineral resources of rural areas in African countries should have mostly contributed development of rural economic foundations like in crop and animal farming for the benefit of rural generations.

This is due to the fact that majority poorest African populations dwell in the rural areas where most African economic growth potentials of importance to generations like in crop and animal farming are underdeveloped due to shortage of seed capital and the foreign involved exploitation of rural mineral deposits which contribute very minimal to the African countries, most of which is unwisely invested in the urban areas (the most gifted with alternative sources of seed capital) rather in the rural areas (the least  gifted with alternative sources of seed capital), and the paltry allocated for affected rural communities unwisely invested on developments of least importance to rural generations.

There is a need for measures to be put in place to ensure foreign involved exploitation of rural mineral resources of African countries like Tanzania contributes optimal in the development of economic foundations of importance to African generations, especially in the rural areas where most poorest African populations dwell.

Also, any major mining contract should be made open for public review and approval of citizens through their parliament secured before the Government endorses.