Ni hapa...

Umefika mahali unapopahitaji ...karibu!

Posted by BM. on Saturday, July 10, 2010

Mwenyekiti wa Chama cha Mapinduzi Raisi Jakaya Kikwete akikaribishwa kwenye Jukwaa kuu mjini Dodoma na Katibu Mkuu wa CCM Bw. Yusufu Makamba ili kuongoza kikao cha Halmashauri kuu ya chama hicho.

Dr. Ally Mohamed Shein ,Makamu wa Raisi wa Jamhuri ya muungano wa Tanzania ameteuliwa na Chama chake cha CCM kupitia Mkutano wa Halmashauri kuu-NEC kuwa Mgombea wa Uraisi wa Zanzibar.

Dr. Shein ndiye atakayepeperusha bendera ya chama hicho katika uchaguzi wa mwezi Oktoba wa mwaka huu utakaofanyika huko Tanzania.

Taarifa za awali zilizochapishwa na blog ya Jamii zinasema kuwa Wajumbe wa NEC walimpa kura 117 Dr. Shein ambapo Dr. Gharib Billal alipata kura 54 na Mh. Shamsi Vuai Nahodha , Waziri kiongozi wa sasa wa Zanzibar akiambulia kura 33.Unaweza kufuatilia wasifu wa wagombea hao walioingia tatu bora hapo chini;

The three finalists' profile
Dr Ali Mohammed Shein
Few people know that the incumbent Vice President, Dr Ali Mohammed Shein, is a medical doctor by training. He holds a PhD in clinical biochemistry and metabolic medicine, specialising in “Inborn errors of metabolism.”Being a medical doctor, Dr Shein has been a member of various professional organizations, including the Association of Clinical Biochemists of the UK, the Association of Clinical Pathologists for Eastern, Southern and Central Africa(APESCA), the Association of Clinical Pathologists of Tanzania and the International Association of Inborn Errors of Metabolism. The VP’s political career began way back in 1966 when he joined Afro-Shiraz Party Youth League (ASPYL) before he was named ASPYL publicity secretary at Lumumba Collage in Zanzibar. He joined CCM eight months after the party was born. He become a member of the CCM National Executive Committee for Pemba, South Region.

Many Tanzanians were caught by surprise when the former President Benjamin Mkapa appointed Dr Shein on July 13, 2001, to become the Vice President following the death of Dr Omar Ali Juma. Dr Shein's experience as a civil servant stretches back to 1969 when he joined the Isles’ Ministry of Education as assistant to the deputy principal secretary. Since then, he headed various government departments until October 1995 when he was nominated by the former Zanzibar President, Dr Salmin Amour, as a Member of the House of Representatives. A month later, he was appointed deputy minister in the Ministry of Health. On November 6, 2000, he was elected Member of the House of Representative for Mkanyageni constituency in Pemba, and on November 22, 2000, was appointed by President Amani Abeid Karume minister of State in the President's Office, responsible for Constitution and Good Governance.
Born in March 13, 1948 in Chokocho, Pemba, Dr Shein, apart from being a loyal civil servant, is a married man and a father. Those who happen to be close to him say he loves sports such as athletics and football. As an intellectual, he also loves reading.His critics say he is a “hard sale” because he is rather withdrawn, though he is known to be very pro-Union. Again, he is viewed by some of his close associates as a stickler to regulations and procedures.

Dr Mohamed Gharib Bilal
Born on February 6, 1945, in Unguja, Dr Bilal is a scientist who obtained his first degree in nuclear science from Howard University in the US in 1967.In 1969 he obtained a master’s degree in nuclear science from California University also in the US. He obtained his doctorate degree in physics from California University in 1976.
Between 1990 and 1995 he served as the permanent secretary in the Ministry of Science, Technology and Higher Education in the Union government. From 1976 to 1990, he was a lecturer at the University of Dar es Salaam Department of Physics. In 1982 he became the head of the Faculty of Science at the University of Dar es Salaam.
Between 1993 and 1990 he served as a member of the National Radiation Commission Board. After the 1995 General Election, Dr Bilal was appointed Zanzibar Chief Minister by President Salmin Amour. During 2000 General Election, he contested the Zanzibar presidency but lost. Although CCM in Zanzibar had given him high marks, subsequent top party meetings deleted his name in favour of Mr Amani Abeid Karume who went on to win the Isles’ presidency.“Zanzibaris should expect major changes in development if I win the post. I will strengthen the Union and ensure that its problems are addressed,” says Dr Bilal.

Mr Shamsi Vuai Nahodha
Born on November 20, 1962, Nahodha is Zanzibar Chief Minister. He holds a diploma in languages from the Institute of Kiswahili and Foreign Languages in Zanzibar.
He speaks fluent French, a language he studied at Bujumbura University after graduating with a bachelor’s degree from the University of Dar es Salaam in 1987. He received his master’s degree from the Open University of Tanzania in 2008.
In 2000 he was elected the Mwera House of Representative before he was appointed chief minister in the same year. In 2005 he was elected the Representative for Mwanakwerekwe constituency and President Karume retained him as the Chief Minister.
“The Chief Minister is the chief executive of the government, but the head of government is the President. I am asking my party to give me the opportunity to serve as the head of the State so that I can use my experience as the chief executive officer to push the development agenda forward,” he says.

Wagombea kabla ya kupigwa kura!..


Anonymous said...

Genial dispatch and this mail helped me alot in my college assignement. Gratefulness you for your information.