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Christopher Chiza, Minister ...
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Christopher Chiza, Minister for Agriculture, Food Security and Cooperatives
The president visited TANSEED's ...
dtma.cimmyt.org, 13 Aug 2014 [cached]
The president visited TANSEED's exhibition stall at the Agribusiness East Africa Congress in Dar es Salaam on 28 January and was accompanied by Christopher Chiza, minister for Agriculture, Food Security and Cooperatives.
Christopher Chiza, ...
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Christopher Chiza, Tanzanian minister for agriculture, said that the conference, along with a concurrent exhibition, served as an important and international platform for sharing knowledge, promoting advanced technologies and for discussion on the region's current challenges and future outlook.
convince them," said Christopher ...
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convince them," said Christopher Chiza, Tanzania's deputy minister of water
Agriculture minister, Christopher ...
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Agriculture minister, Christopher Chiza
The TSPA letter quotes immediate former Agriculture minister Christopher Chiza as having declared on December 22, 2014 that one of the remedial measures the government had taken was the endorsement of a bulk sugar importation entity by sugar producers.
However, the attached letter directly contradicted the government's December 2014 decision as communicated by minister Chiza.
By contrast, in minister Chiza's December 22, 2014 letter to TSPA chairman Ami Mpungwe, several authorities were copied including Finance minister Saada Mkuya Salum, Industries and Trade minister Dr Abdallah Kigoda, the then East African Cooperation minister Samwel Sitta, President's Delivery Bureau Deputy CEO Peniel M. Lyimo, and Tanzania Revenue Authority director general Rished Bade.
A final submission of sugar stakeholders' concerns and recommendations was eventually presented to the government through the then Agriculture, Food Security and Cooperatives minister, Christopher Chiza