UPDATE, 3:55 p.m. EDT: CBS News has updated its article to call the plane’s landing “unscheduled,” rather than “emergency.” The story now says the engine in question had “a problem” before being repaired. CBS previously reported it had “stopped working.”

UPDATE, 3:45 p.m. EDT: A Clinton spokesman told ABC that stories about the emergency landing were incorrect. 

Original story: Former U.S. President Bill Clinton was safe Wednesday after his plane was forced to make an emergency landing in Tanzania, CBS News reported. On the way from Iranga to Lake Manyara, one of the Canadian turboprop Dash 7's four engines cut off. The pilot stopped the flight in Dodoma and had the engine repaired.

Clinton began his tour in Africa on Wednesday, the Associated Press reported. He, daughter Chelsea and an unspecified number of Clinton Foundation donors planned to spend nine days there visiting nations such as Kenya and Morocco. They are expected to see projects the foundation has funded while Hillary Clinton drums up support in the U.S. for her 2016 presidential campaign. It wasn't immediately clear whether Chelsea Clinton was traveling on the same plane.

Craig Minassian, a spokesman for the group, told reporters that the former president's Africa trip and his wife's presidential campaign were unrelated. “It has nothing to do with the campaign," Minassian said, as Politico reported. "It is really to see the work, highlight the work, make sure it is going well. That is the point of the trip.”