Tanzania has rejected a newly appointed Japanese ambassador to the country. The Tanzanian Permanent Secretary in the president's office sent a refutation letter to the Japanese Prime Minister early today. In the brief letter, the Permanent Secretary expressed his apology that the newly appointed ambassador will not be allowed to take the post in Tanzania due to the contradictions that were best not published because of the repercussions that will be caused in the Swahili speaking society. However, The Permanent Secretary added that the issue should not be taken as a personal matter and that the ambassador will be allowed to serve the post in Tanzania if he did something about the problem. The ambassador Takouchi Kumamoto and his wife Kunyamavi Kayashika were expected to arrive in Dar es Salaam this weekend. We have also been reliably informed that their son's name is Takonono Shikakende. Their daughter is called Nikishuta Nitahara.