Minister of East African Cooperation

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Minister of East African Cooperation
Waziri wa Ushirikiano wa Afrika Mashariki  (Swahili)
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Ministry of East African Cooperation
Style Honourable Minister
Member of Cabinet
EAC Council of Ministers
East African Legislative Assembly
Seat Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
Appointer President
Term length At the President's discretion
Abolished 2015
Website www.meac.go.tz

The Minister of East African Cooperation is the head of the Ministry of East African Cooperation of the Government of Tanzania.

List of Ministers

The following have served the ministry:[1]

Party

  CCM

# Portrait Minister Took Office Left Office President
1 No image.svg Andrew Chenge 6 January 2006 16 October 2006 Jakaya Kikwete
2 No image.svg Ibrahim Msabaha 16 October 2006 7 February 2008
3 No image.svg Diodorus Kamala 7 February 2008 28 November 2010
4 Samuel Sitta.png Samuel Sitta 28 November 2010 24 January 2015
5 Harrison Mwakyembe.jpg Harrison Mwakyembe 24 January 2015 5 November 2015

References

  1. ^ "Miaka 50 ya Uhuru wa Tanzania Bara" (PDF). Ministry of East African Cooperation. 2011. Retrieved 22 January 2014. 
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