Makonda, Nape: History can be a good teacher
|Nape NNauye, Tanzania's Minister of Information, Culture, Artists and Sports|
Paul Makonda, Nape Nnauye etc, may find it helpful at this point in time, to make reference to and learn from what happened in 1990s during the second phase of Tanzanian government led by Ali Hassan Mwinyi (mzee Ruksa). Then, the then Dar es Salaam Regional Commissioner Mary Chipungahelo aka Chips came at loggerheads with Augustin Mrema who was Minister of Home Affairs and Deputy Prime Minister of Tanzania.
Madam Chipungahelo stood out as a daring, fearless and bold lady who openly opposed Mrema’s blatant and arbitrary leadership style which she said was too much and was meddling with the functioning of other organs of the state. Shortly after, Chips was removed from heading
|Paul Makonda, Regional Commissioner for Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.|
|Mary Chipungahelo (Chips) Dar es Salaam Regional Commissioner early 1990.|
|Augustin Mrema, renowned Minister of Home Affairs and 'Deputy Prime Minister of |
Tanzania early 1990s.