Dar es Salaam. Former commissioner basic of the Hearth and Rescue Pressure Thobias Andengenye was amongst 9 regional and district commissioners appointed by President John Magufuli yesterday.
Mr Andengenye was publicly sacked by President Magufuli in January together with former Dwelling Affairs minister Kangi Lugola after being implicated in a Sh1trillion suspected procurement of firefighting gear.
Nonetheless, the President mentioned final month when opening the Hearth and Rescue division headquarters in Dodoma that he has forgiven Mr Andengenye and promised him a brand new job.
An announcement signed by presidential communications director Gerson Msigwa mentioned Mr Andengenye has been appointed the brand new Kigoma RC.
Mr Andengenye is changing Brigadier Normal (rtd) Emmanuel Mganga, who has retired. The Head of State additionally has appointed former Magu District Commissioner (DC), Dr Philemon Sengati the brand new Tabora RC, succeeding Mr Aggrey Mwanri, who has retired.
The Head of State has appointed one Regional Administrative Secretary (RAS), picked 9 district com- missioners (DCs) and changed a DC.
A director on the President’s Workplace (Regional Administration and Native Authorities) Mariam Mmbaga turns into the brand new RAS for Simiyu Area, changing Mr Jumanne Sagini.
Additionally, the top of Morogoro Pris- ons, Senior Assistant Commissioner of Prisons (SACP) Ismail Mlawa turns into the brand new Kilombero DC, changing Mr James Ihunyo who has retired.
“The Dodoma regional CCM secretary, Jamila Yusuf, turns into the brand new Mpanda DC in Rukwa Area, succeeding Lilian Matinga, who has retired,” in response to the assertion.
President Magufuli has additionally appointed Mr Martine Ntemo to suc- ceed Ms Asumpter Mshama who has retired as Kibaha DC. Different appointed DCs and their respective workstations in brackets are; Salum Kali (Magu); Wilson Shimo (Nyang’wale); Mathias Kahabi (Biharamulo); Abbas Kayanda (Karatu); Lazaro Twange (Babati) and Toba Nguvila (Handeni).
Handeni DC Godwin Gondwe turns into new Temeke DC, changing Felix Lyaniva, who has retired.