Presidnet John Magufuli yesterday appointed new leaders and executives of government institutions including the Chairman of Tanzania Labour Party (TLP), Mr Augustino Lyatonga Mrema, who has been appointed new Chairman of Tanzania National Parole Board.
Mr Mrema, also former Vunjo Constituency Member of Parliament (MP) takes over from retired Judge Eusebia Nicholas Manuo, whose term has ended. Mr Mrema’s three-yearterm is effective from July 16. According to the statement issued by the Acting Director for Presidential Communications, Mr Gerson Msigwa, President Magufuli also promoted various officials with Tanzania Police Force.
Among those appointed new leaders and executives in government institutions include Prof William Mahalu and Prof Mohammed Janabi new chairman and Director of Jakaya Kikwete Heart Institute (JKCI) respectively.
Their appointments which are three-term are effective from July 16, this year. Prof Angelo Mtitu Mapunda and Ms Sengiro Mulebya have been appointed new Commissioners of Judicial Service Commission of Tanzania. The appointments are three-year term effective July 15.
Olive Joseph Mhaiki and Winfrida Gasper Rutaindurwa have been appointed new Chairman and Secretary of Tanzania Teachers Service Commission (TSC) respectively, effective from July 15. They would serve for a three-year term.
Dr Charles Rukiko Majinge has been appointed new Chairman of Muhimbili National Hospital (MNH) Board of Trustees and Dr Julius David Mwaiselage has been appointed new Executive Director of Ocean Road Cancer Institute. Their three-year term is effective from July 16.
In another development, President Magufuli approved the promotion of 25 Senior Assistant Commissioners of Police (SACP) to the Deputy Commissioners of police (DCP) and 34 Assistant Commissioners of Police (ACP) to Senior Assistant Commissioners (SACP).
Among the officers promoted to Deputy Commissioners of Police (DCP) are Essaka Ndege Mugasa, Adamson Afwilile Mponi, Charles Ndalahwa Julius Kenyela, Richard Malika Revocatus, Geofrey Yesaya Kamwela, Lucas John Mkondya, John Mondoka Gudaba, Matanga Renatus Mbushi, Frasser Rweyemamu Kashai, Ferdinand Elias Mtui, Germanus Yotham Muhum, Fulgence Clemence Ngonyani, Modestus Gasper Lyimo, Mboje John Shadrack Kanga and Gabriel G.A. Njau.
Others are, Ahmed Zahor Msangi, Anthony Jonas Rutashubulugukwa, Dhahir Athuman Kidavashari, Ndalo Nicholus Shihango, Shaaban Mrai Hiki, Simon Thomas Chillery, Leonard Lwabuzara Paul, Ahmada Abdalla Khamis, Aziz Juma Mohamed and Juma Yussuf Ally.
Those promoted to Senior Assistant Commissioners (SACP) are Fortunatus Media Musilimu, Goyayi Mabula Goyayi, Gabriel Joseph Mukungu, Ally Omary Ally, Edward Selestine Bukombe, Sifael Anase Mkonyi, Naftari J. Mantamba, Onesmo Manase Lyanga, Paul Tresphory Kasabago, Dadid Mshahara Hiza, Robert Mayala, Lazaro Benedict Mambosasa, Camilius M. Wambura, Mihayo Kagoro Msikhela, Ramadhani Athumani Mungi, Henry Mwaibambe Sikoki, Renata Michael Mzinga and Suzan Salome Kaganda.
The rest are Neema M. Mwanga, Mponjoli Lotson, Benedict Michael Wakulyamba, Wilbroad William Mtafungwa, Gemini Sebastian Mushi, Peter Charles Kakamba, Ramadhan Ng’anzi Hassan, Christopher Cyprian Fuime, Charles Philip Ulaya, Gilles Bilabaye Muroto, Mwamini Marco Lwantale, Allute Yusufu Makita, Kheriyangu Mgeni Khamis, Nassor Ali Mohammed, Salehe Mohamed Salehe and Mohamed Sheikhan Mohamed.
The statement said the promotion is effective from July 15, this year.
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