From The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Co-operation:New Ambassador of Tanzania to Nigeria gets sworn-in

 Ambassador Daniel O. Njolaay of the United Republic of Tanzania to the Federal Republic of Nigeria swears-in before H.E. President Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete.
 Dr. Bashir Mrindoko, new Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Water witnesses President Kikwete as he attest his sworn-in Statement during the ceremony.
 Ms. Tamika I. Mwakahesya, Secretary to the Public Service Renumeration and Productivity Board swears-in before President Kikwete.
 Dr. Mohammed Gharib Bilal, Vice President of the United Republic of Tanzania in a discussion with Hon. Stephen M. Wassira (MP), Minister of State – President’s Office Civil Society Relations and Coordination.
 Also in attendance were Mr. John M. Haule, Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Co-operation together with Ambassador Dora Msechu (center), Director of the Department of Europe and Americas and Mr. Bilauri, Foreign Service Officer in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Co-operation.
The newly appointed Ambassador of the United Republic of Tanzania to the Federal Republic of Nigeria, H.E. Daniel O. Njolaay(right), in a discussion with other appointees today at the State House, in Dar es Salaam.  From left is Ms. Tamika I. Mwakahesya, Secretary to the Public Service Renumeration and Productivity Board, Mr. Raphael Leyani Daluti (2nd left), Deputy Permanent Secretary of the Ministry for Agriculture, Food Security and Cooperation, and Dr. Bashir Mrindoko, Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Water.