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Sunday, 31 May 2015

RAIS KIKWETE AONGOZA MKUTANO WA PILI WA DHARURA WA WAKUU WA NCHI ZA EAC KUHUSU BURUNDI

Rais wa Jamhuri ya Muungano wa Tanzania na Mwenyekiti wa Jumuiya ya Afrika Mashariki, Dkt. Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete (wa kwanza kulia) kwa pamoja na Rais wa Uganda Yoweri Kaguta Museven (wa pili kulia), Rais wa Afrika Kusini, Mhe Jacob Zuma (wa tatu kutoka kulia), Waziri wa Mambo ya Nje wa Burundi, Mhe. Alain Nyamitwe (wa tatu kushoto) na Katibu Mkuu wa Jumuiya ya Afrika Mashariki, Dkt. Richard Sezibera (wa pili kushoto), wakiimba wimbo wa Jumuiya ya Afrika Mashariki, kabla ya kuanza rasmi kwa Mkutano wa Dharura wa Wakuu wa Nchi wa Jumuiya ya Afrika Mashariki kujadili hali ya siasa na usalama nchini Burundi. Mkutano huo ulifanyika Ikulu, Dar es Salaam tarehe 31 Mei, 2015.
Katibu Mkuu wa Wizara ya Mambo ya Nje na Ushirikiano wa Kimataifa, Balozi Liberata Mulamula (wa pili kutoka kulia) akifuatiwa na Katibu Mkuu wa Wizara ya Ushirikiano wa Afrika Mashariki, Bibi Joyce Mapunjo na Naibu Katibu Mkuu Wizara ya Mambo ya Nje (kulia) nao wakiimba wimbo wa Jumuiya ya Afrika Mashariki.
Dkt. Richard Sezibera akisoma maazimio yaliyofikiwa mara baada ya Mkutano wa Wakuu wa Nchi wa Jumuiya ya Afrika Mashariki kumalizika.
Juu na Chini ni Wajumbe mbalimbali wakifuatilia mkutano wa wakuu wa nchi wa EAC.

Balozi wa Tanzania nchini Afrika Kusini, Mhe. Radhia Msuya (katikati) akiwa pamoja na Mkurugenzi Msaidizi katika Ubalozi wa Tanzania nchini Burundi, Bibi Victoria Mwakasege nao wakifuatilia mkutano .
Maafisa Mambo ya Nje nao wakifuatilia kwa makini mkutano.
Sehemu ya Mabalozi wanaowakilisha nchi zao hapa nchini nao wakifuatilia mkutano.

KENYA FAILS APRIL AUDIT ON DIRECT FLIGHTS TO THE UNITED STATES

Kenyans will wait longer for direct flights to the United States after American aviation authorities said they were still not satisfied with conditions at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) in Nairobi.

The Federal Aviation Authority will perform another audit of JKIA in October after its last review fell below the US regulator’s minimum threshold.

“During the last audit in April we came very close to the 80 per cent mark (required for direct flights to begin). We expect to meet all requirements after the final audit in October,” Samuel Poghisio, Kenya Civil Aviation Authority (KCAA) board chairman, said Tuesday.

The International Civil Aviation Organisation audit gave Kenya a score of 78.42 per cent, up from 66 per cent in 2013, he added. ICAO does not reveal details of its scores and audit recommendations. It is up to each member country to decide what it wishes to declare.

Kenya has been implementing a raft of recommendations by the US government to enhance security, among them separation of passenger arrival and departure terminals, clearing the flight path and fencing off the airport.

KENYA AIRWAYS EXPERIENCES ECONOMIC TURBULENCE


Kenya Airways (KQ) is 70 billion Kenyan shillings in debt this year.

Mbuvi Ngunze, chief executive of the airline told CNBC Africa that his main priority when he took over was to restructure the airline’s debt especially for the short term which he described as “slightly sticky”.

“We are in the final stages of looking for a bridging loan to manage the short term debt because we could anticipate the tight liquidity into the new part of the year and also looking for some working capital,” he said.

According to Ngunze, they have invested significantly in the last two to three years which has added to their capacity for the long term plan, however in that vision the primary market has been quite unstable.

SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS TO BEGIN NONSTOP ACCRA-WASHINGTON FLIGHTS IN AUGUST 2015


South African Airways (SAA) has added nonstop flights between the Kotoka International Airport and the Dules International Airport in Washington D.C. to its schedules, set to begin in August, 2015.

According to Africa’s leading carrier, the new route is part of a long-term turnaround strategy to boost the growth of its operations on the continent.

From August 2, the only four-star rated carrier in Africa will fly four times a week – Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday – to Washington DC on its A340-600s aircraft.

“SAA’s decision to route some of its North American-bound flights to Ghana, is based on sound business principles as there is considerable demand for passengers to fly from Ghana to the US”, said Kendy Phohleli, SAA Executive Africa Hub Projects, at a press briefing in Accra.

TANZANIA'S GOVERNMENT AGREES TO BUY BACK BHARTI AIRTEL'S STAKE IN TANZANIA TELECOMMUNICATIONS COMPANY LIMITED

Tanzania’s government has agreed to buy back a 35 per cent stake in a state-run telecoms company from the local subsidiary of India’s top mobile carrier Bharti Airtel for TShs14.6 billion ($7.07 million), a senior official said.

The nation says it wants to regain 100 per cent ownership of the Tanzania Telecommunications Company Limited (TTCL) to recapitalise the cash-strapped firm, which provides mobile voice, data and fixed-line services.

“Legal procedures are now being finalised for the government to buy back Airtel’s shares in TTCL and regain sole ownership of the company,” January Makamba, deputy minister for communication, science and technology, told parliament late on Tuesday.

“The Tanzanian government has decided to regain 100 per cent ownership of TTCL in order to rescue the company.”

The Tanzanian government has been in talks with Bharti Airtel over the deal for the past five years but failed to reach agreement on the price until the recent breakthrough.

THE ENERGY DEFICIT AFFECTS THE TELECOM SECTOR IN ABOUT THIRTY AFRICAN COUNTRIES

The energy deficit affects the telecom sector in about thirty African countries

In Africa, power shortages, which have become recurrent in recent times, are damaging the telecommunications sector. Approximately thirty countries on the continent are undergoing these blackouts which inevitably hinder the functionality of telecommunications structures.

These failures are increasing operating costs for companies on the continent, as the majority of companies are forced to use generators to take over and prevent deterioration of their devices. This situation has led the majority of operators to increase investment in renewable energy technologies in order to avoid such power cuts.

This comes at the time when most states are trying to convince international companies to invest in the telecommunications sector, especially in rural areas. “The greatest obstacle to the development of telecommunications and information technology is the lack of electricity. Only the elimination of this problem will allow to meet the challenge of quality telecommunication services”, explained Eugene Juwah, the vice president of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC).

OIL CRUNCH, BOKO HARAM WAR, POWER CUTS WELCOME BUHARI (NIGERIA)


Crippling fuel shortages, power cuts, slowing economic growth and Islamist militants wreaking havoc. Muhammadu Buhari is taking on a tough job when he’s sworn in as Nigeria’s president.

Former military ruler Buhari, 72, swept incumbent Goodluck Jonathan from office in March elections by pledging to end endemic corruption and Boko Haram’s rebellion in the north.

His stewardship of Nigeria, this time as elected president, may depend on the price of crude, which supplies the government with more than two-thirds of its income.

IMF HIGHLIGHTS DANGERS OF DOLLARISATION IN NIGERIA, OTHERS

Central Bank of Nigeria.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has pointed out that dollarisation, if left unchecked will remain an important challenge to policymakers in Nigeria and other African countries.

According to the multilateral agency, dollarisation constrains the capacity of monetary authorities to act as a lender of last resort, hampers banks’ liquidity management and weakens the stability of the financial sector. The Fund also noted that dollarisation may amplify the impact of exchange rate movements on banks’ balance sheets, thereby increasing the risk of contractionary effects and bank failures.

The IMF stated this in its 75-page report titled: “Dollarisation in Sub-Saharan Africa: Experience and Lessons.”

SOUTH AFRICA'S TOURISM SECTOR COULD LOSE BILLIONS DUE TO NEW VISA POLICY


The Department of Home Affairs rolled out a new policy that minors travelling to and from South Africa will require an unabridged birth certificate (UBC).

This policy has been met with much contempt from travel associations as they said this policy is creating an unnecessary barrier to South Africa as a holiday destination.

David Frost, CEO of Southern Africa Tourism Services Association (SATSA) said, “This is the biggest challenge our industry has ever faced… we are facing dire threats.”

According to Frost, in the last eight months of 2014, South Africa lost 66,000 foreign tourists due to changes in the immigration regulations. This has resulted in 2.6 billion rand loss for the sector.

KENYA ATTRACTS $1 BILLION IN INVESTMENT, DEFYING SECURITY WORRIES


Kenya shook off security threats perpetuated by the Al-Shabaab terror group to attract Sh115 billion in foreign direct investments in 2014, more than double what the country got the previous year.

This is according to the African Economic Outlook (AEO) 2015 launched by the African Development Bank (AfdB) on Monday in Abidjan, Ivory Coast.

The amount is, however, still well short of the highs of 2008/2009 (Sh163 billion) before a global economic crisis saw FDI figures slide back below Sh100 billion.Investment flows to the country more than doubled last year on the back of increased investor preference in Kenya as a regional business hub, defying growing security threats that have crippled the tourism sector.

AKINWUMI ADESINA OF NIGERIA ELECTED 8th PRESIDENT OF THE AfDB



Today, I have been given a great responsibility,” Akinwumi A. Adesina said Thursday upon his election as the 8th President of the African Development Bank Group.

The President-Elect said he was “humbled by this remarkable vote of confidence in me” on the part of the Bank’s Board of Governors, who met during the Bank Group’s 50th Annual Meetings in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire.

His name was announced by Albert Toikeusse Mabri, Minister of Planning and Development for Côte d’Ivoire, and Chairman of the Board of Governors of the African Development Bank. The election process was concluded by voting among the Bank’s the Bank’s Board of Governors (54 regional member countries, 26 non-regional), whose voting powers are weighted.

WAZIRI MEMBE AFUNGUA RASMI MKUTANO WA BARAZA LA MAWAZIRI WA EAC

Waziri wa Mambo ya Nje na Ushirikiano wa Kimataifa, Mhe. Bernard K. Membe (Mb.) akifungua rasmi Mkutano wa Baraza la Mawaziri wa Jumuiya ya Afrika Mashariki (EAC) uliofanyika kwenye Kituo cha Mikutano cha Kimataifa cha Julius Nyerere (JNICC) Jijini Dar es Salaam tarehe 30 Mei, 2015. Mkutano huo ambao ni maandalizi ya Mkutano wa Wakuu wa Nchi wa EAC utakaofanyika tarehe 31 Mei, 2015, pamoja na mambo mengine utapokea na kujadili taarifa zitakazowasilishwa na Jopo la Watu Maalum wanaofuatilia hali ya siasa na usalama nchini Burundi, Taarifa ya Wanasheria Wakuu kutoka Nchi Wanachama na Taarifa ya Mawaziri waliotembelea nchini Burundi hivi karibuni kwa ajili ya kutathmini hali. Kulia ni Katibu Mkuu wa Jumuiya ya Afrika Mashariki, Dkt. Richard Sezibera.
Waziri wa Wizara ya Ushirikiano wa Afrika Mashariki, Mhe. Dkt. Harrison Mwakyembe (Mb.) akifurahia jambo na Katibu Mkuu wa Wizara ya Mambo ya Nje na Ushirikiano wa Kimataifa, Balozi Liberata Mulamula wakati wa ufunguzi wa Mkutano wa Baraza la Mawaziri.

Saturday, 30 May 2015

REMARKS AT THE CLOSING OF THE ANNUAL MEETINGS 2015 BY DONALD KABERUKA, PRESIDENT, AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK GROUP

Donald Keberuka, President, African Development Bank Group.

AfDB FUNDS USD 70.5 MILLION FOR TANZANIA'S POWER SECTOR REFORM AND GOVERNANCE SUPPORT PROGRAMME

Power sector reform and a governance support programme are central to the African Development’s actions to accompany Tanzania’s economic growth.

It is in line with this, that the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Finance of the United Republic of Tanzania, Servacius Likwelile and the African Development Bank’s Vice-President, in charge of Agriculture, Water, Human Development, Governance and Natural Resources, Aly Abou-Sabaa signed a USD 70.5 million loan accord on May 27 in Abidjan.

The fund will finance the Power Sector Reform and Governance Support Programme (PSRGSP) in the country. It will boost the Government’s efforts to implement energy-sector and related reforms, particularly, strengthening the institutional framework and operational efficiency of the power sector; enhancing competition and private sector participation in the power sector; and improving governance.

CURTAIN FALLS ON 2015 AfDB ANNUAL MEETINGS IN ABIDJAN

The 50th Annual Meetings of the African Development Bank (AfDB) and the 41st meetings of the African Development Fund (ADF) closed on Friday, May 29, 2015 in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire, after five days of intensive activities including the commemoration the Bank’s 50th anniversary and the election of its 8th President.

“Today, I have been given a great responsibility, I feel humbled by this remarkable vote of confidence in me,” the AfDB President-Elect and Nigeria’s Agriculture and Rural Development Minister, Akinwumi A. Adesina, said following the announcement of his victory over seven other candidates who vied for the position on May 28.

During the meetings, the Governors, usually Finance and Economy Ministers representing 54 regional and 26 non-regional member countries of the Bank Group adopted its 2014 annual report and 2015 work programme as well as a number of initiatives.

Friday, 29 May 2015

REMARKS BY THE MANAGING DIRECTOR, SHELTER AFRIQUE AT THE HANDOVER CEREMONY OF THE $1M USD FACILITY TO THE TANZANIA MORTGAGE REFINANCE COMPANY

REMARKS BY OSCAR MGAYA TO THE MEDIA AT A PRESS CONFERENCE TO ANNOUNCE SHELTER AFRIQUE INVESTMENT IN TANZANIA MORTGAGE REFINANCE COMPANY LIMITED (TMRC) ON MAY 22, 2015.

TMRC Chief Executive Officer, Oscar Mgaya (first right) receives a dummy cheque for USD 1 million from Shelter Afrique Managing Director, James Mugerwa (second left) at an event to announce the Shelter Afrique investment of USD 1 million, equivalent to an 11.06% stake in TMRC. Looking on from left are TMRC Chief Financial Officer, Oswald Urassa and TMRC Head of Operations and Information Technology, Shabani Mande.

OIL STORAGE IS SO EXPENSIVE IT COULD DERAIL THE OIL RECOVERY

The oil recovery is under threat.

Oil tankers have become super expensive — a sign drillers are flooding the market once more, according to a report Wednesday by Bloomberg's Naomi Christie and Bill Lehane.

The daily rate for oil supertankers is at its highest level for this time of year since 2008, Bloomberg reported.

Benchmark charter rates surged 57% in the two weeks leading up to last Wednesday because of a sudden rise in demand.

According to Bloomberg, the surge in the cost of oil supertankers is sending a bearish signal to the oil market.

The 12-member oil cartel OPEC is determined to maintain its share of the oil market and is flooding the market to keep up with the supply glut elsewhere.

ENGLAND THREATENS TO BOYCOTT THE 2018 WORLD CUP OVER THE FIFA CORRUPTION SCANDAL

Raheem Sterling and other promising young players may
not get a chance to go to the World Cup.
England may boycott the 2018 World Cup in Russia over the FIFA corruption scandal.

England's Football Association chief Greg Dyke has backed the suggestion by UEFA, European football's governing body, to boycott the competition if Sepp Blatter is reelected as president of FIFA, soccer's international governing body. The election takes place Friday.

Dyke told Sky Sports News on Friday morning: "There would be no point pulling England out if everyone else stays in. It would have no impact. It would just be forgotten. But if you could pull UEFA out" — and all the European national teams it represents — "that might have an impact. If Blatter gets reelected, then that should be discussed."

UEFA chief Michel Platini on Thursday raised the prospect of a boycott, telling a news conference: "If Mr. Blatter wins, UEFA will meet in Berlin to discuss the future of our relations with FIFA."

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SAGCOT SUPPORTING AGRICULTURAL TRANSFORMATION IN IHEMI CLUSTER

Managing Director of SAGCOT (Southern Agricultural Growth Corridor of Tanzania) Mr. Geoffrey Kirenga at the opening of Agribusiness Leadership Meeting that bought together public, private sector in Agriculture in the Southern Corridor in Iringa, Tanzania.

FORMER PRESIDENT BENJAMIN MKAPA - ZERO HIV & AIDS IN TANZANIA IS POSSIBLE

Dr. Fatma Mrisho, Executive Director for Tanzania Commissions for AIDS (TACAIDS), joined by Former President Hon. Benjamin Mkapa (centre) and The Managing Director of AngloGold Ashanti - Geita Gold Mine Mr. Terry Mulpeter and Mr. Simon Shayo Vice President of Sustainability and their colleagues during the launch of Kilimanjaro Challenge 2015 campaign in Dar es Salaam. TACAIDS received a cheque worth two hundred million so as to facilitate the eradication of HIV and AIDS in Tanzania.
DC of Geita, Hon. Manzie Mangochie receive TZS 100M on behalf of Geita District Hospital from the Former President Hon. Benjamin Mkapa and The Managing Director of AngloGold Ashanti - Geita Gold Mine Mr. Terry Mulpeter and Mr. Simon Shayo Vice President of Sustainability during the launch of Kilimanjaro Challenge 2015 campaign in Dar es Salaam.
Former President Hon. Benjamin Mkapa and The Managing Director of AngloGold Ashanti - Geita Gold Mine Mr. Terry Mulpeter and Mr. Simon Shayo Vice President of Sustainability at AngloGold Ashanti - Geita Gold Mine during the launch of Kilimanjaro Challenge 2015 campaign in Dar es Salaam.
Some of the participants joined by the Former President Hon. Benjamin Mkapa and The Managing Director of AngloGold Ashanti - Geita Gold Mine Mr. Terry Mulpeter and Mr. Simon Shayo Vice President of Sustainability at AngloGold Ashanti - Geita Gold Mine during the launch of Kilimanjaro Challenge 2015 campaign in Dar es Salaam.

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TROUBLED MALAYSIAN AIRLINES IS PLANNING TO UNDERGO A COMPLETE OVERHAUL

File photo of Malaysia Airlines planes on the tarmac
at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport.
Loss-making Malaysia Airlines is set to undergo a complete overhaul as it is restructured into a new company, with a rebranding that will be unveiled next week and changes planned to its fleet and network strategies.

Christoph Mueller, who joined from Irish national carrier Aer Lingus, said in his first ever interview since taking over as chief executive on May 1 that the new company will be like a "start-up".

A new name and livery are on the cards for Malaysia Airlines (MAS), sources told Reuters.

"I'm hired to run the new company entirely on commercial terms and there's very little margin for error," Mueller told Reuters at the downtown Kuala Lumpur office of Malaysian state investor Khazanah, which took MAS private late last year as part of a 6 billion ringgit ($1.66 billion) restructuring.

Tuesday, 26 May 2015

MTN WARNS OVER NIGERIA FUEL CRISIS

LAGOS — Nigeria’s biggest mobile phone operator MTN has warned that its network faces shutdown due to fuel shortages that have crippled the nation.

The company, the biggest subsidiary of the South Africa-based MTN Group, said it needed a "significant quantity of diesel in the very near future to prevent a shutdown of services across Nigeria".

"If diesel supplies are not received within the next 24 hours the network will be seriously degraded and customers will feel the impact," it added on its Twitter account @MTNNG on Saturday evening.

Nigeria — Africa’s biggest economy and most populous nation — has been increasingly hit by fuel shortages in recent weeks because of a long-running row over controversial subsidy payments.

UNFPA WAKABIDHI MSAADA WA GARI LA WAGONJWA, JENGO NA VIFAA VYA UPASUAJI GEITA

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Naibu Waziri ofisi ya Waziri Mkuu Tawala za Mikoa na Serikali za Mitaa (TAMISEMI) Mh. Kassim Majaliwa (wa pili kulia) akisalimiana na Meneja Biashara Idara ya Uhusiano wa Vodacom Tanzania, Grace Lyon mara baada ya kuwasili kwenye maadhimisho ya siku ya kimataifa ya kutokomeza Fistula yaliyofanyika kitaifa katika Wilaya Mbogwe, Geita. Kulia ni Kaimu Mkuu wa wilaya ya Mbogwe, Amani Mwenegoha na Kushoto ni Naibu Ofisa Mtendaji Mkuu wa Hospitali ya CCBRT, Haika Mawalla na wa pili kushoto ni Mwakilishi msaidizi wa Shirika la Umoja wa Mataifa linaloshughulikia Idadi ya Watu duniani (UNFPA) nchini Tanzania, Dkt.Rutasha Dadi. (Picha zote na Zainul Mzige wa modewjiblog)

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Shirika la Umoja wa Mataifa linaloshughulikia Idadi ya Watu Duniani(UNFPA) limekabidhi msaada wa gari la wagonjwa lenye thamani ya shilingi milioni 80 katika kituo cha afya cha Masumbwe kilichopo katika Wilaya mpya ya Mbogwe Mkoani Geita.

Shirika hilo limetoa vifaa vya kutoa huduma ya upasuaji vyenye thamani ya shilingi milioni 250 katika kituo hicho mbali na kutumia shilingi zaidi ya shilingi milioni 100 kusadia ujenzi wa jengo la upasuaji katika kituo hicho.

CHINESE AUTHORITIES ARE TAKING GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS ON PRISON TOURS AS A 'WARNING' AGAINST CORRUPTION

Chinese President, Xi Jinping.
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Chinese authorities have taken government officials and members of their families on tours of prisons as a "warning" against corruption, the official China Daily newspaper reported on Monday, citing the country's top disciplinary body.
In China's eastern Hubei province, 70 Communist Party leaders, senior officials and their spouses "visited ex-officials in the city prison and spent a day in jail as an educational warning", the newspaper said.
President Xi Jinping has made weeding out corruption a top priority since coming to power more than two years ago, investigating and arresting senior government officials, military chiefs and business leaders.
The prison tours, which included visiting former colleagues and bosses imprisoned for bribery and abuse of power, were a blunt reminder from Beijing against corruption. The China Daily said photos of interrogations were hanging on prison walls for visitors to see.

KENYAN MORTGAGE FIRM, SHELTER AFRIQUE INVESTS US$ 1M IN TANZANIA MORTGAGE REFINANCE COMPANY

Tanzania Mortgage Refinance Company (TMRC) Managing Director, Oscar Mgaya (1st right) receiving a dummy cheque for USD 1 million from SHELTER AFRIQUE Managing Director, James Mugerwa (second left) at an event to announce the SHELTER AFRIQUE investment of USD 1 million equivalent to an 11.06% stake in TMRC. The occasion was held in Dar es Salaam on Friday last week. Looking on from left are TMRC Chief Financial Officer, Oswald Urassa and company’s Head of Operations and Information Technology, Shabani Mande.
SHELTER AFRIQUE from Nairobi, Kenya, has invested USD1Million (2billion Tsh) facility in Tanzania Mortgage Refinance Company (TMRC) in a joint venture partnership that will foster the development of housing sector in the region.

Speaking during the hand over ceremony of a dummy cheque of the $1M USD facility to the Tanzania Mortgage Refinance Company in Dar es Salaam over the weekend, TMRC Managing Director, Oscar Mgaya said that the partnership between two firms assured Shelter to obtained almost 11.06% percent in the TMRC stake.

“We are glad to see some action are being taken by various stakeholders to revive mortgage financing in the country.” “The government through the Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Housing and Human Settlement and Central Bank with the support of the World Bank spearheaded the reintroduction of mortgages in Tanzania,” he said.

MKURUGENZI MTENDAJI WA BENKI YA NBC AKUTANA NA WATEJA WA BENKI HIYO JIJINI MWANZA

Mkurugenzi Mtendaji wa Benki ya NBC Tanzania, Edward Marks akizungumza na baadhi ya wateja wa benki hiyo wa jijini Mwanza hivi karibuni katika hafla iliyoandaliwa na benki hiyo ili kufahaminiana na mkurugenzi huyo aliyejiunga na NBC hivi karibuni.
Mkurugenzi Mtendaji wa Benki ya NBC Tanzania, Edward Marks (wa pili kushoto) akibadilishana mawazo na baadhi ya wateja wao wa jiji la Mwanza katika hafla iliyoandaliwa na benki hiyo ili kufahaminiana na mkurugenzi huyo aliyejiunga na benki hiyo hivi karibuni.
Mkurugenzi Mtendaji wa Benki ya NBC Tanzania, Edward Marks (wa pili kulia) akizungumza na baadhi ya wateja wa benki hiyo wa jijini Mwanza kuhusu jinsi NBC ilivyojipanga kuhakikisha wateja wao wanapata huduma bora na za uhakika.
Mkurugenzi Mtendaji wa Benki ya NBC Tanzania, Edward Marks (kushoto) akimsikiliza mmoja wa wateja wa benki hiyo jijini Mwanza katika hafla iliyoandaliwa na benki hiyo ili kufahaminiana na mkurugenzi huyo aliyejiunga na NBC hivi karibuni akitokea Benki ya Barclays nchini Misri.

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