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Jakaya Kikwete

Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete is the 4th and current President of the United Republic of Tanzania. Kikwete was born in Msoga, Bagamoyo District, Tanganyika in present day Tanzania. Kikwete was also the Chairperson of the African Union from 31 January 2008 to 2 February 2009. » Read more on Wikipedia.org

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Rwandan president welcomes Davido at airport as he performs to 60k fans
2014-07-07
There were 9 East African presidents at the show that night; Tanzanian President Jakaya Kikwete and Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta were among the presidents at the show. After the show Davido was invited to perform 'Aye' at the President's home, ...
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  1. Rwanda President Receives Davido

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Kikwete Pushes for Improved Quality Goods
2014-07-07
PRESIDENT Jakaya Kikwete has once again urged local manufacturers to enhance creativity and technology use to improve the quality of goods, in order to increase their competitiveness in the regional and global markets. President Kikwete made the ...
(AllAfrica.com)
  1. JK tells planners: Build special roads for trucks

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Kikwete pays glowing tribute to Ng'wanakilala
2014-07-03
PRESIDENT Jakaya Kikwete sent a condolence message to the family of a veteran journalist and senior lecturer at St Augustine University of Tanzania (SAUT), Nkwabi Ng'wanakilala, who died in Mwanza last weekend. The late Ng'wanakilala died at ...
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    No More Hotels in Ngorongoro, Residents Urge
    2014-07-02
    The irate residents carried with them various placards but their major grievance was the alleged plan to increase hotels and lodges in the NCAA contrary to President Jakaya Kikwete's recent directives against the development of new property in the ...
    (AllAfrica.com)
    1. Protestors barricade Tourism minister in NCAA Arusha HQ

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    Low funding hindering AU efforts on climate change
    2014-06-27
    The African Union initiatives to combat climate change are facing serious challenges due to low funding. Speaking at the Heads of State Summit in Malabo Equatorial Guinea, Tanzania President Jakaya Kikwete who is also the chairman of the Committee of ...
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      Chinese firms on call to invest in power
      2014-06-25
      He added that during his meetings with President Jakaya Kikwete, Dr Bilal and Prime Minister Mizengo Pinda, a consensus was reached on furthering cooperation in oil and natural gas, tourism, agricultural processing as well as training in various ...
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      1. Chinese VP on official visit to Tanzania
      2. Chinese VP, Tanzania's ruling party officials talk on ties

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      JK tells auditors: Don't bow to pressure from politicians
      2014-06-24
      President Jakaya Kikwete has urged the National Audit Office (NAO) to start learning from countries with experience in the extraction of natural gas so as to acquire audit skills needed when the projects become operational in the country. President ...
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        President Jakaya Kikwete
        2014-06-24
        President Jakaya Kikwete has urged the National Audit Office (NAO) to start learning from countries with experience in the extraction of natural gas so as to acquire audit skills needed when the projects become operational in the country. President ...
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        1. CAG Told to Acquire Skills to Audit Gas Companies

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        Dar to host Tanzania-China business forum tomorrow
        2014-06-22
        ... and encourage Chinese enterprises to invest the East African state. Both President Jakaya Kikwete and President Xi witnessed the signing of several cooperation deals on trade, investment, infrastructure, and culture. SOURCE: GUARDIAN ON SUNDAY.
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        1. Chinese VP to Visit Tanzania to Promote Economic, Trade Partnership

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