Rais wa TLS, Harold Sugusia amsimamisha kazi Mkurugenzi Mtendaji, kupisha Uchunguzi wa matumizi mabaya ya Milioni 670 za LAAC

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Wanabodi,

JF, kama kawaida yetu, be the first to know!.

Chama cha Wanasheria Tanganyika, kwafukuta, rais wa TLS, (r ndogo), Wakili Msomi, Harold Sugusia akunjua makucha, kupitia The Governing Council, amempiga panga kwa kumsimamisha kazi Mkurugenzi Mtendaji wa TLS, kwa kipindi cha miezi miwili ili kupisha uchunguzi wa matumizi mabaya ya fedha, Shilingi Milioni 670 za mradi wa LAAC.

Nimesema kwafukuta, kwasababu mara nyingi hatua kama hizi, hupelekea msimamishwa kugoma kusimamishwa!, na haswa anapokuwa ni mwanamke... watu hawachelewi kusema ni kwasababu ...

NB. Matumizi mabaya ya fedha ni misappropriation sio lazima iwe ni wizi!

Taarifa yenyewe ni hii.

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NOTICE TO MEMBERS OF THE TANGANYIKA LAW SOCIETY RESOLUTIONS MADE BY THE GOVERNING COUNCIL.

Dear Members,

We hope this message finds you well.

We wish to inform you of the decisions made during the Executive Session of the Governing Council of the Tanganyika Law Society held in Dar es Salaam, at Wakili House, on 14th March 2024. The session was chaired by the Vice President, Deus Nyabiri, and attended by all members of the Governing Council, both in person and through online platforms.

The TLS Governing Council deliberated on several critical issues, including the failure of the TLS Management to comply with the resolutions made during the Eighth Extraordinary Meeting held on 22nd February 2024, and the insubordination of management in submitting the LAAC report concerning the allegations on misappropriation of Tshs 670,000,000/=.

Upon calling in the Executive Director of TLS, affording her an opportunity to be heard and explain to the Governing Council about repetition of anomalies; the Governing Council of TLS discussed, considered and unanimously made resolutions, effective from the date of signing its resolution on 21th March 2024 as follows:

1. TLS Annual Budget for 2024
The Governing Council resolved to decline the approval of the TLS Annual Budget for the year 2024, due to the TLS Management failure to comply with the Governing Council's resolutions, consequently the Management committing an act of insubordination.

It should be noted that Section 19(2) of TLS Act as amended, makes it imperative for the TLS management/secretariat to implement the decisions of the Council.
  1. Suspension of the Executive Director
    Having heard the Executive Director defence, the Governing Council unanimously agreed that the Executive Director is to be immediately suspended for a period of two months.
    It is worthy to note that: -
    • - On 27th July 2023 the Executive Director was required by the President to submit a written explanation as to why the financial reports for the 1st and 2nd Quarter of FY 2023 were not submitted to the Governing Council for review and deliberations.
    • - On 4th August 2023 the Governing Council having given the Executive Director an opportunity to be heard, made a written warning to her due to failure to ensure that the Financial Reports were submitted to the Governing Council. Moreover, the Council ordered her to take all necessary measures to revamp the Financial Department of TLS making it effective and efficient;
    • - On 4th November 2023 the Governing Council wrote another letter to the Executive Director calling her to show cause as to why measures shouldn’t be taken against her for underperformance for having failed to ensure submission of necessary financial documents to the GC meetings and poor preparation of GC Meeting documents per regulations 15(4) of the Tanganyika Council regulations.
    • - Besides, the Governing Council has thrice failed to deliberate on the TLS Institutional Budget for FY 2024 during the meetings convened for the same purpose. This was on 15th December 2023; on 21st February 2024; and on 14th March 2024, the meetings were adjourned due to incompleteness of the information required for approval of sound institutional budget. This is contrary to Sections 16(e) and 19(5)(b) of TLS Act as amended;
    • - It should be noted that - the Executive Director is accountable to the Governing Council per section 19(5)(f) of TLS Act as amended, and the Governing Council has powers to appoint the Executive Director per Section 16(d) of TLS Act and has powers to remove the Executive Director from office per section 19(8) and 19(9) of the TLS Act as amended.
    • - On suspension, take note of, rule 27 of the Employment and Labour Relations (Code of Good Practice) G.N 42 of 2007.
  2. Appointment of an Acting Executive Director:
    From 21st March 2024, The Governing Council has appointed Mr. Mackphason Buberwa, the current Programmes Manager as the Acting Executive Director of TLS for two months. The Governing Council has
directed him to supervise the implementation of all resolutions made by the Council during its meeting held on 22nd February 2024 and report to the Governing Council meeting accordingly.
- It should be noted that Section 16(b) gives the gives the Governing
Council mandate to govern the affairs of the Society.

4. InvestigationofLAACFundsMisappropriation:
The Governing Council has noted irregularities in relation to LAAC funds since its inception. Thus, the Council has resolved to instruct the internal auditor and Honorary Treasurer (HT) to begin an investigation into the allegations of misappropriation of LAAC funds. Additionally, the Governing Council has directed the HT to initiate a forensic audit which will be carried out to examine the allegation of misappropriation of about Tshs 670,000,000/= from the LAAC funds Since the inception of the LAAC project in 2008.

We urge all members to take note of these decisions and to remain engaged with the ongoing developments within our Society. Our commitment to ensure accountability and transparency for the maximum protection and preservation of interests and welfare of TLS and its members.

Thank you for your attention to this matter.
Given by the Order of the Governing Council of the Tanganyika Law Society.
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Dated: 22nd March 2024

Paskali
 

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Wanabodi,
Chama cha Wanasheria Tanganyika, kwafukuta, Mwenyekiti wa TLS, Wakili Msomi, Harold Sugusia Akunjua Makucha, Amsimamisha Kazi Mkurugenzi Mtendaji wa TLS, ili Kupisha Uchunguzi wa Matumizi Mabaya ya fedha, Shilingi Milioni 670 za mardi wa LAAC.

Taarifa yenyewe ni hii,

Paskali
Tunalajia kuona wezi wote wanafikishwa mahakamani msilindane.

Hatutaki kusikia ujinga wa huyu ni learned brother.
 
Wanabodi,

Chama cha Wanasheria Tanganyika, kwafukuta, Mwenyekiti wa TLS, Wakili Msomi, Harold Sugusia Akunjua Makucha, Amsimamisha Kazi Mkurugenzi Mtendaji wa TLS, ili Kupisha Uchunguzi wa Matumizi Mabaya ya fedha, Shilingi Milioni 670 za mardi wa LAAC.


Taarifa yenyewe ni hii.

View attachment 2941940

NOTICE TO MEMBERS OF THE TANGANYIKA LAW SOCIETY RESOLUTIONS MADE BY THE GOVERNING COUNCIL.

Dear Members,

We hope this message finds you well.

We wish to inform you of the decisions made during the Executive Session of the Governing Council of the Tanganyika Law Society held in Dar es Salaam, at Wakili House, on 14th March 2024. The session was chaired by the Vice President, Deus Nyabiri, and attended by all members of the Governing Council, both in person and through online platforms.

The TLS Governing Council deliberated on several critical issues, including the failure of the TLS Management to comply with the resolutions made during the Eighth Extraordinary Meeting held on 22nd February 2024, and the insubordination of management in submitting the LAAC report concerning the allegations on misappropriation of Tshs 670,000,000/=.

Upon calling in the Executive Director of TLS, affording her an opportunity to be heard and explain to the Governing Council about repetition of anomalies; the Governing Council of TLS discussed, considered and unanimously made resolutions, effective from the date of signing its resolution on 21th March 2024 as follows:

1. TLS Annual Budget for 2024
The Governing Council resolved to decline the approval of the TLS Annual Budget for the year 2024, due to the TLS Management failure to comply with the Governing Council's resolutions, consequently the Management committing an act of insubordination.

It should be noted that Section 19(2) of TLS Act as amended, makes it imperative for the TLS management/secretariat to implement the decisions of the Council.
  1. Suspension of the Executive Director
    Having heard the Executive Director defence, the Governing Council unanimously agreed that the Executive Director is to be immediately suspended for a period of two months.
    It is worthy to note that: -
    • - On 27th July 2023 the Executive Director was required by the President to submit a written explanation as to why the financial reports for the 1st and 2nd Quarter of FY 2023 were not submitted to the Governing Council for review and deliberations.
    • - On 4th August 2023 the Governing Council having given the Executive Director an opportunity to be heard, made a written warning to her due to failure to ensure that the Financial Reports were submitted to the Governing Council. Moreover, the Council ordered her to take all necessary measures to revamp the Financial Department of TLS making it effective and efficient;
    • - On 4th November 2023 the Governing Council wrote another letter to the Executive Director calling her to show cause as to why measures shouldn’t be taken against her for underperformance for having failed to ensure submission of necessary financial documents to the GC meetings and poor preparation of GC Meeting documents per regulations 15(4) of the Tanganyika Council regulations.
    • - Besides, the Governing Council has thrice failed to deliberate on the TLS Institutional Budget for FY 2024 during the meetings convened for the same purpose. This was on 15th December 2023; on 21st February 2024; and on 14th March 2024, the meetings were adjourned due to incompleteness of the information required for approval of sound institutional budget. This is contrary to Sections 16(e) and 19(5)(b) of TLS Act as amended;
    • - It should be noted that - the Executive Director is accountable to the Governing Council per section 19(5)(f) of TLS Act as amended, and the Governing Council has powers to appoint the Executive Director per Section 16(d) of TLS Act and has powers to remove the Executive Director from office per section 19(8) and 19(9) of the TLS Act as amended.
    • - On suspension, take note of, rule 27 of the Employment and Labour Relations (Code of Good Practice) G.N 42 of 2007.
  2. Appointment of an Acting Executive Director:
    From 21st March 2024, The Governing Council has appointed Mr. Mackphason Buberwa, the current Programmes Manager as the Acting Executive Director of TLS for two months. The Governing Council has
directed him to supervise the implementation of all resolutions made by the Council during its meeting held on 22nd February 2024 and report to the Governing Council meeting accordingly.
- It should be noted that Section 16(b) gives the gives the Governing
Council mandate to govern the affairs of the Society.

4. InvestigationofLAACFundsMisappropriation:
The Governing Council has noted irregularities in relation to LAAC funds since its inception. Thus, the Council has resolved to instruct the internal auditor and Honorary Treasurer (HT) to begin an investigation into the allegations of misappropriation of LAAC funds. Additionally, the Governing Council has directed the HT to initiate a forensic audit which will be carried out to examine the allegation of misappropriation of about Tshs 670,000,000/= from the LAAC funds Since the inception of the LAAC project in 2008.

We urge all members to take note of these decisions and to remain engaged with the ongoing developments within our Society. Our commitment to ensure accountability and transparency for the maximum protection and preservation of interests and welfare of TLS and its members.

Thank you for your attention to this matter.
Given by the Order of the GoveYrning Council of the Tanganyika Law Society.
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Harold Sungusia Tanganyika Law Society
Dated: 22nd March 2024

Paskali
Kwenye 21th sijapenda
 
Wanabodi,

Chama cha Wanasheria Tanganyika, kwafukuta, Mwenyekiti wa TLS, Wakili Msomi, Harold Sugusia Akunjua Makucha, Amsimamisha Kazi Mkurugenzi Mtendaji wa TLS, ili Kupisha Uchunguzi wa Matumizi Mabaya ya fedha, Shilingi Milioni 670 za mardi wa LAAC.


Taarifa yenyewe ni hii.

View attachment 2941940

NOTICE TO MEMBERS OF THE TANGANYIKA LAW SOCIETY RESOLUTIONS MADE BY THE GOVERNING COUNCIL.

Dear Members,

We hope this message finds you well.

We wish to inform you of the decisions made during the Executive Session of the Governing Council of the Tanganyika Law Society held in Dar es Salaam, at Wakili House, on 14th March 2024. The session was chaired by the Vice President, Deus Nyabiri, and attended by all members of the Governing Council, both in person and through online platforms.

The TLS Governing Council deliberated on several critical issues, including the failure of the TLS Management to comply with the resolutions made during the Eighth Extraordinary Meeting held on 22nd February 2024, and the insubordination of management in submitting the LAAC report concerning the allegations on misappropriation of Tshs 670,000,000/=.

Upon calling in the Executive Director of TLS, affording her an opportunity to be heard and explain to the Governing Council about repetition of anomalies; the Governing Council of TLS discussed, considered and unanimously made resolutions, effective from the date of signing its resolution on 21th March 2024 as follows:

1. TLS Annual Budget for 2024
The Governing Council resolved to decline the approval of the TLS Annual Budget for the year 2024, due to the TLS Management failure to comply with the Governing Council's resolutions, consequently the Management committing an act of insubordination.

It should be noted that Section 19(2) of TLS Act as amended, makes it imperative for the TLS management/secretariat to implement the decisions of the Council.
  1. Suspension of the Executive Director
    Having heard the Executive Director defence, the Governing Council unanimously agreed that the Executive Director is to be immediately suspended for a period of two months.
    It is worthy to note that: -
    • - On 27th July 2023 the Executive Director was required by the President to submit a written explanation as to why the financial reports for the 1st and 2nd Quarter of FY 2023 were not submitted to the Governing Council for review and deliberations.
    • - On 4th August 2023 the Governing Council having given the Executive Director an opportunity to be heard, made a written warning to her due to failure to ensure that the Financial Reports were submitted to the Governing Council. Moreover, the Council ordered her to take all necessary measures to revamp the Financial Department of TLS making it effective and efficient;
    • - On 4th November 2023 the Governing Council wrote another letter to the Executive Director calling her to show cause as to why measures shouldn’t be taken against her for underperformance for having failed to ensure submission of necessary financial documents to the GC meetings and poor preparation of GC Meeting documents per regulations 15(4) of the Tanganyika Council regulations.
    • - Besides, the Governing Council has thrice failed to deliberate on the TLS Institutional Budget for FY 2024 during the meetings convened for the same purpose. This was on 15th December 2023; on 21st February 2024; and on 14th March 2024, the meetings were adjourned due to incompleteness of the information required for approval of sound institutional budget. This is contrary to Sections 16(e) and 19(5)(b) of TLS Act as amended;
    • - It should be noted that - the Executive Director is accountable to the Governing Council per section 19(5)(f) of TLS Act as amended, and the Governing Council has powers to appoint the Executive Director per Section 16(d) of TLS Act and has powers to remove the Executive Director from office per section 19(8) and 19(9) of the TLS Act as amended.
    • - On suspension, take note of, rule 27 of the Employment and Labour Relations (Code of Good Practice) G.N 42 of 2007.
  2. Appointment of an Acting Executive Director:
    From 21st March 2024, The Governing Council has appointed Mr. Mackphason Buberwa, the current Programmes Manager as the Acting Executive Director of TLS for two months. The Governing Council has
directed him to supervise the implementation of all resolutions made by the Council during its meeting held on 22nd February 2024 and report to the Governing Council meeting accordingly.
- It should be noted that Section 16(b) gives the gives the Governing
Council mandate to govern the affairs of the Society.

4. InvestigationofLAACFundsMisappropriation:
The Governing Council has noted irregularities in relation to LAAC funds since its inception. Thus, the Council has resolved to instruct the internal auditor and Honorary Treasurer (HT) to begin an investigation into the allegations of misappropriation of LAAC funds. Additionally, the Governing Council has directed the HT to initiate a forensic audit which will be carried out to examine the allegation of misappropriation of about Tshs 670,000,000/= from the LAAC funds Since the inception of the LAAC project in 2008.

We urge all members to take note of these decisions and to remain engaged with the ongoing developments within our Society. Our commitment to ensure accountability and transparency for the maximum protection and preservation of interests and welfare of TLS and its members.

Thank you for your attention to this matter.
Given by the Order of the Governing Council of the Tanganyika Law Society.
View attachment 2941939
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Harold Sungusia Tanganyika Law Society
Dated: 22nd March 2024

Paskali
Thank you so much Pasco, TLS kwa kifupi, pale kwenye management, CLE, Advocates Commitee wameteuana watu flani ambao wamepiga hela vizuri/. Huo mradi wa LAAC ni lile ghorofa lao pale makao makuu ambapo kila wakili AMELIPISHWA 400,000/-na hawa wapya wanalipishwa 200,000/-.
Kuna watu ni majaji, mahakimu, wanasheria wa serikali wanalipa na wengine hawalipi, fedha hazijulikani ziendako.
Watumishi wa TLS wanauza CLE na wengine wanawapa wapenzi wao CLE points za bure, hili halija angaziwa ila ni jambo kubwa.

Endeleeni kujaza CHAWA kwenye uongozi, wamezoea wakiiba huko wanaamishwa idara sasa wameingia mpaka TLS.
 
Hiyo 400,000 ya LAAC kulipa kwa LAZIMA kila wakili ilisababisha mawakili wengi kuacha kupractice. Mchango huo ulijaa SURA YA WIZI mtupu. Kuna watu pale TLS ni wezi wakubwa na hawataki kutoka. Ni ving'ang'azi kama KUNGUNI. Why? Kwa sababu kuna ULAJI MKUBWA SANA WA MICHANGO YA WANACHAMA. Ni afadhari chama cha walimu(CWT) kuliko TLS.
 
Wanabodi,

JF, kama kawaida yetu, be the first to know!.

Chama cha Wanasheria Tanganyika, kwafukuta, Mwenyekiti wa TLS, Wakili Msomi, Harold Sugusia Akunjua Makucha, Amsimamisha Kazi Mkurugenzi Mtendaji wa TLS, ili Kupisha Uchunguzi wa Matumizi Mabaya ya fedha, Shilingi Milioni 670 za mardi wa LAAC.
NB. Matumizi mabaya ya fedha ni misappropriation sio lazima iwe ni wizi!


Taarifa yenyewe ni hii.

View attachment 2941940

NOTICE TO MEMBERS OF THE TANGANYIKA LAW SOCIETY RESOLUTIONS MADE BY THE GOVERNING COUNCIL.

Dear Members,

We hope this message finds you well.

We wish to inform you of the decisions made during the Executive Session of the Governing Council of the Tanganyika Law Society held in Dar es Salaam, at Wakili House, on 14th March 2024. The session was chaired by the Vice President, Deus Nyabiri, and attended by all members of the Governing Council, both in person and through online platforms.

The TLS Governing Council deliberated on several critical issues, including the failure of the TLS Management to comply with the resolutions made during the Eighth Extraordinary Meeting held on 22nd February 2024, and the insubordination of management in submitting the LAAC report concerning the allegations on misappropriation of Tshs 670,000,000/=.

Upon calling in the Executive Director of TLS, affording her an opportunity to be heard and explain to the Governing Council about repetition of anomalies; the Governing Council of TLS discussed, considered and unanimously made resolutions, effective from the date of signing its resolution on 21th March 2024 as follows:

1. TLS Annual Budget for 2024
The Governing Council resolved to decline the approval of the TLS Annual Budget for the year 2024, due to the TLS Management failure to comply with the Governing Council's resolutions, consequently the Management committing an act of insubordination.

It should be noted that Section 19(2) of TLS Act as amended, makes it imperative for the TLS management/secretariat to implement the decisions of the Council.
  1. Suspension of the Executive Director
    Having heard the Executive Director defence, the Governing Council unanimously agreed that the Executive Director is to be immediately suspended for a period of two months.
    It is worthy to note that: -
    • - On 27th July 2023 the Executive Director was required by the President to submit a written explanation as to why the financial reports for the 1st and 2nd Quarter of FY 2023 were not submitted to the Governing Council for review and deliberations.
    • - On 4th August 2023 the Governing Council having given the Executive Director an opportunity to be heard, made a written warning to her due to failure to ensure that the Financial Reports were submitted to the Governing Council. Moreover, the Council ordered her to take all necessary measures to revamp the Financial Department of TLS making it effective and efficient;
    • - On 4th November 2023 the Governing Council wrote another letter to the Executive Director calling her to show cause as to why measures shouldn’t be taken against her for underperformance for having failed to ensure submission of necessary financial documents to the GC meetings and poor preparation of GC Meeting documents per regulations 15(4) of the Tanganyika Council regulations.
    • - Besides, the Governing Council has thrice failed to deliberate on the TLS Institutional Budget for FY 2024 during the meetings convened for the same purpose. This was on 15th December 2023; on 21st February 2024; and on 14th March 2024, the meetings were adjourned due to incompleteness of the information required for approval of sound institutional budget. This is contrary to Sections 16(e) and 19(5)(b) of TLS Act as amended;
    • - It should be noted that - the Executive Director is accountable to the Governing Council per section 19(5)(f) of TLS Act as amended, and the Governing Council has powers to appoint the Executive Director per Section 16(d) of TLS Act and has powers to remove the Executive Director from office per section 19(8) and 19(9) of the TLS Act as amended.
    • - On suspension, take note of, rule 27 of the Employment and Labour Relations (Code of Good Practice) G.N 42 of 2007.
  2. Appointment of an Acting Executive Director:
    From 21st March 2024, The Governing Council has appointed Mr. Mackphason Buberwa, the current Programmes Manager as the Acting Executive Director of TLS for two months. The Governing Council has
directed him to supervise the implementation of all resolutions made by the Council during its meeting held on 22nd February 2024 and report to the Governing Council meeting accordingly.
- It should be noted that Section 16(b) gives the gives the Governing
Council mandate to govern the affairs of the Society.

4. InvestigationofLAACFundsMisappropriation:
The Governing Council has noted irregularities in relation to LAAC funds since its inception. Thus, the Council has resolved to instruct the internal auditor and Honorary Treasurer (HT) to begin an investigation into the allegations of misappropriation of LAAC funds. Additionally, the Governing Council has directed the HT to initiate a forensic audit which will be carried out to examine the allegation of misappropriation of about Tshs 670,000,000/= from the LAAC funds Since the inception of the LAAC project in 2008.

We urge all members to take note of these decisions and to remain engaged with the ongoing developments within our Society. Our commitment to ensure accountability and transparency for the maximum protection and preservation of interests and welfare of TLS and its members.

Thank you for your attention to this matter.
Given by the Order of the Governing Council of the Tanganyika Law Society.
View attachment 2941964
Dated: 22nd March 2024

Paskali
Mayala hu mtu mzuri tu hapa jf , ila wakati mwingine huwa sikuelewi , nomba siku moja kuja inbox, namanisha yani
 
Hiyo 400,000 ya LAAC kulipa kwa LAZIMA kila wakili ilisababisha mawakili wengi kuacha kupractice. Mchango huo ulijaa SURA YA WIZI mtupu. Kuna watu pale TLS ni wezi wakubwa na hawataki kutoka. Ni ving'ang'azi kama KUNGUNI. Why? Kwa sababu kuna ULAJI MKUBWA SANA WA MICHANGO YA WANACHAMA. Ni afadhari chama cha walimu(CWT) kuliko TLS.
Ni aibu kubwa sn
 
Wanabodi,

JF, kama kawaida yetu, be the first to know!.

Chama cha Wanasheria Tanganyika, kwafukuta, Mwenyekiti wa TLS, Wakili Msomi, Harold Sugusia akunjua makucha, kupitia The Governing Council, amempiga panga kwa kumsimamisha kazi Mkurugenzi Mtendaji wa TLS, kwa kipindi cha miezi miwili ili kupisha uchunguzi wa matumizi mabaya ya fedha, Shilingi Milioni 670 za mradi wa LAAC.

Nimesema kwafukuta, kwasababu mara nyingi hatua kama hizi, hupelekea msimamishwa kugoma kusimamishwa!, na haswa anapokuwa ni mwanamke... watu hawachelewi kusema ni kwasababu ...

NB. Matumizi mabaya ya fedha ni misappropriation sio lazima iwe ni wizi!

Taarifa yenyewe ni hii.

View attachment 2941940

NOTICE TO MEMBERS OF THE TANGANYIKA LAW SOCIETY RESOLUTIONS MADE BY THE GOVERNING COUNCIL.

Dear Members,

We hope this message finds you well.

We wish to inform you of the decisions made during the Executive Session of the Governing Council of the Tanganyika Law Society held in Dar es Salaam, at Wakili House, on 14th March 2024. The session was chaired by the Vice President, Deus Nyabiri, and attended by all members of the Governing Council, both in person and through online platforms.

The TLS Governing Council deliberated on several critical issues, including the failure of the TLS Management to comply with the resolutions made during the Eighth Extraordinary Meeting held on 22nd February 2024, and the insubordination of management in submitting the LAAC report concerning the allegations on misappropriation of Tshs 670,000,000/=.

Upon calling in the Executive Director of TLS, affording her an opportunity to be heard and explain to the Governing Council about repetition of anomalies; the Governing Council of TLS discussed, considered and unanimously made resolutions, effective from the date of signing its resolution on 21th March 2024 as follows:

1. TLS Annual Budget for 2024
The Governing Council resolved to decline the approval of the TLS Annual Budget for the year 2024, due to the TLS Management failure to comply with the Governing Council's resolutions, consequently the Management committing an act of insubordination.

It should be noted that Section 19(2) of TLS Act as amended, makes it imperative for the TLS management/secretariat to implement the decisions of the Council.
  1. Suspension of the Executive Director
    Having heard the Executive Director defence, the Governing Council unanimously agreed that the Executive Director is to be immediately suspended for a period of two months.
    It is worthy to note that: -
    • - On 27th July 2023 the Executive Director was required by the President to submit a written explanation as to why the financial reports for the 1st and 2nd Quarter of FY 2023 were not submitted to the Governing Council for review and deliberations.
    • - On 4th August 2023 the Governing Council having given the Executive Director an opportunity to be heard, made a written warning to her due to failure to ensure that the Financial Reports were submitted to the Governing Council. Moreover, the Council ordered her to take all necessary measures to revamp the Financial Department of TLS making it effective and efficient;
    • - On 4th November 2023 the Governing Council wrote another letter to the Executive Director calling her to show cause as to why measures shouldn’t be taken against her for underperformance for having failed to ensure submission of necessary financial documents to the GC meetings and poor preparation of GC Meeting documents per regulations 15(4) of the Tanganyika Council regulations.
    • - Besides, the Governing Council has thrice failed to deliberate on the TLS Institutional Budget for FY 2024 during the meetings convened for the same purpose. This was on 15th December 2023; on 21st February 2024; and on 14th March 2024, the meetings were adjourned due to incompleteness of the information required for approval of sound institutional budget. This is contrary to Sections 16(e) and 19(5)(b) of TLS Act as amended;
    • - It should be noted that - the Executive Director is accountable to the Governing Council per section 19(5)(f) of TLS Act as amended, and the Governing Council has powers to appoint the Executive Director per Section 16(d) of TLS Act and has powers to remove the Executive Director from office per section 19(8) and 19(9) of the TLS Act as amended.
    • - On suspension, take note of, rule 27 of the Employment and Labour Relations (Code of Good Practice) G.N 42 of 2007.
  2. Appointment of an Acting Executive Director:
    From 21st March 2024, The Governing Council has appointed Mr. Mackphason Buberwa, the current Programmes Manager as the Acting Executive Director of TLS for two months. The Governing Council has
directed him to supervise the implementation of all resolutions made by the Council during its meeting held on 22nd February 2024 and report to the Governing Council meeting accordingly.
- It should be noted that Section 16(b) gives the gives the Governing
Council mandate to govern the affairs of the Society.

4. InvestigationofLAACFundsMisappropriation:
The Governing Council has noted irregularities in relation to LAAC funds since its inception. Thus, the Council has resolved to instruct the internal auditor and Honorary Treasurer (HT) to begin an investigation into the allegations of misappropriation of LAAC funds. Additionally, the Governing Council has directed the HT to initiate a forensic audit which will be carried out to examine the allegation of misappropriation of about Tshs 670,000,000/= from the LAAC funds Since the inception of the LAAC project in 2008.

We urge all members to take note of these decisions and to remain engaged with the ongoing developments within our Society. Our commitment to ensure accountability and transparency for the maximum protection and preservation of interests and welfare of TLS and its members.

Thank you for your attention to this matter.
Given by the Order of the Governing Council of the Tanganyika Law Society.
View attachment 2941964
Dated: 22nd March 2024

Paskali
Ndio kakuchunjua makucha? Nilidhani kamtetea shangazi arudishishie uwakili wake? Kamsimamisha mtu ambae kwenye ujumbe wa nyumba 10 hana. Mnakiharibu kiswahili. Kukuchukua makucha kuchukua maamuzi magumu ambayo yeye mwenyewe aliechukua maamuzi anaogopa
 
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