Friday, April 7, 2017

Mwl.J.K.Nyerere, The Father of Tanzania,Comedian President and Hero of Africa

1.Was born Butiama on 13/04/1922 and died on 10/14/1999 in as Leo London.Ni first African president to relinquish control of its own accord.

2.He is the first president to shift from the White House and went to live in a house he built on credit while he was still president.

 3.He is among the President who was paid little world and perhaps between the president ever earn meager wages in Africa so far.

4. The first inhabitant of Tanganyika studying at university in the UK and an African Second Degree get out of Africa, studying English, Political Economy, Social Anthropology, British History, Economic History, Constitutional Law, and Moral Philosophy.


5. He is the pioneer who helped China enter the United States with his acclaimed discourse saying

that, "The United Nations is not a world government, but rather the part the entire world meets,

so double-crossed China in the United Nations is to cast that piece of the world ".

6. That the originator of the development against politically-sanctioned racial segregation South-Anti Apartheid Movement in 1959 with Trevor Huddleston in the UK.

7. He is one of the originators of the African Union, 1963.

8. Mwl underpins most African nations picked up autonomy than some other individual ever, these nations are Zambia (1964), Malawi (1964), Botswana (1966), Lesotho (1966), Mauritius (1968), Swaziland (1968) and Seychelles (1976) and the resulting 1975 (Mozambique), (Angola), 1980 (Zimbabwe), 1990

(Namibia) and 1994 (South Africa).

9. In 2009 he was named by the leader of the general get together of the United Nations as "World Hero of Social Justice".

He has gotten territory from 10 degree, University of Edinburgh (UK), Duquesne University (USA), University of Cairo (Egypt), University of (Nigeria), University of Ibadan (Nigeria), University of (Liberia), University of Toronto (Canada), Howard University (USA), Jawaharlal Nehru University (India), University of Havana (Cuba), National University of Lesotho, University of the Philippines, Fort Hare University (South Africa), Sokoine University of Agriculture (Tanzania) , and Lincoln University (PA, USA).

11. He got the Nobel Order of José Marti Cuba 1975, Order of the Aztec Eagle (Collar) Mexico 1975, Order of Amílcar Cabral Guinea Bissau in 1976, the Nehru Award for International Understanding in 1976, the Third World Prize in 1982, the Order of Eduardo Mondlane

Mozambique 1983, the Nansen Medal for extraordinary administrations to Refugees in 1983, the Order of Agostinho Neto Angola 1985, Sir Seretse Khama SADC Medal 1986, Joliot-Curie Medal of Peace 1988, the Lenin Peace Prize in 1987, the International Simón Bolívar Prize in

1992, and the Gandhi Peace Prize in 1995, Statesman of the twentieth century by the Chama Cha Mapinduzi 2000, Order of the Companions of OR Tambo (Gold) South Africa 2004, Royal Order of Munhumutapa Zimbabwe 2005, the Most Excellent Order of the Pearl of Africa (Grand Master) Uganda 2005, Order of Katonga Uganda 2005, the National Liberation Medal Rwanda 2009, the National Liberation Medal Rwanda 2009, Campaign Against Genocide Medal Rwanda 2009, Order of the Most Ancient Welwitschi Mirabilis Namibia 2010, Tanzania Professional Network Award 2011, Order Mwalimu Julius Kambarage Nyerere of Tanzania 2011, the National Order of the Republic (Grand Cordon) Burundi in 2012 and the Order of Jamaica, Jamaica.

12. In 2007, President Yoweri Museveni of Uganda gave Katongo grant, the Medal of the most noteworthy in the Army of Uganda to respect its resistance against imperialism and the legislature of Idi Amin.

13. Lanes, streets, structures, stations, schools, schools and protests allowed his name; Grade Kigamboni Nyerere, Julius Nyerere University of Kankan, in Kankan, Guinea, Nyerere Drive, Gaborone (1.6 km) in Botswana, Nyerere Avenue, Mombasa (1.5 km)

also, Nyerere Road, Kisumu (2 km) in Kenya, Julius Nyerere Street, Windhoek (1.1 km) in Namibia, Julius Nyerere Street, Durban (0.5 km) in South Africa, Nyerere Road, Kitwe (1.4 km) in Zambia, Julius Nyerere Way, Harare (1 km) in Zimbabwe, Julius Nyerere International Airport, Julius Nyerere International Convention Center, Nyerere Day-14/10 Public Holiday, Nyerere Cup, Nyerere Road, Unguja, Zanzibar (6.5 km), Nyerere Secondary School in Mwanga District and JK Nyerere Secondary School in Moshi, Kilimanjaro Region, Mwalimu JK Nyerere Secondary School in Mbozi District, Mbeya Region, Nyerere Memorial School in Korogwe, Tanga Region, Nyerere High School objectives in Iringa Region, Nyerere Secondary School in Unguja, Zanzibar, Mwalimu Nyerere Foundation, Mwalimu Nyerere Museum Center and Mwalimu Nyerere Memorial Academy-Tanzania.

14. A portion of the books he composed the it, Freedom and Unity (Freedom and Unity), Freedom and Socialism (Independence and Socialism), The Arusha

Statement, Education for Self-Reliance, The changed ways to Socialism, The object is man, Socialism and advancement, Freedom and Development (Freedom and Development), Ujamaa, Crusade for Liberation, Education for Self-Reliance, and Wong
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