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Kwa nini Jairo hakufukuzwa na Ikulu ikaingilia

Discussion in 'Jukwaa la Siasa' started by Synthesizer, May 10, 2012.

  1. Synthesizer

    Synthesizer JF-Expert Member

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    Wengi walishangazwa na hatua ya Ikulu kuingilia kati suala la Jairo, na kuuliza wapi kilikotoka kiburi cha kutomchukulia Jairo hatua. Ukweli ni kwamba Jairo na JK walikuwa damu damu toka enzi JK akiwa Wizara ya Nishati. See below;
    Reference ID Created Released Classification Origin
    06DARESSALAAM1286 2006-08-02 06:11 2011-08-30 01:44 CONFIDENTIAL Dar Es Salaam

    SUBJECT: TANZANIA'S PRESIDENT REQUESTS U.S. STUDY ABROAD FOR CLOSEST AIDES


    ¶1. (C) SUMMARY. In a recent meeting with Ambassador Retzer,President Kikwete signaled his continuing personal role in managing relations with the U.S. Government. On July 31,President Kikwete called in the Ambassador to raise two issues: (i) his decision to appoint a military attache to Washington D.C. to promote expanded mil-to-mil relations with the U.S. and, (ii) his desire to send key personal staff to the U.S. for training to improve management of the Presidential office (also known as State House).
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    and Requests Capacity-Building for State House Staff
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    3. (C) President Kikwete also raised a personal request
    with the Ambassador: his desire to send his personal staff
    for management training in Washington D.C. He explained, "I
    would like to send some of my aides and maybe some press
    officials to the U.S. to gain greater experience on how to
    manage a President's Office." President Kikwete named two of
    his assistants, Januari Makamba and David Jairo, whom he
    believed would benefit from such training. Ambassador Retzer
    responded positively, assuring President Kikwete that the
    Embassy would look explore every possibility for facilitating
    such a training program.
     
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