The former Tanzanian President, Jakaya Kikwete, says there is life in the wake of serving the high office of president.
As indicated by the 66-year-old, presidential commitments did not permit him an opportunity to do certain things but rather he can enough do as such now that he is in retirement.
He recorded the three things he gets the chance to do as of now as against when he was president. ”… getting a charge out of value time with my family, my dairy cattle and homestead,” he said in a Twitter post joined by him on his maize cultivate.
Before ascending to end up President, the prepared market analyst served in different limits including as an individual from Parliament (1995 – 2005). He filled in as Minister of Finance and Minister of Foreign Affairs amid the period.
He filled in as president between 21 December, 2005 abd 5 November, 2015 preceding giving over to the present President, John Pombe Magufuli who unexpectedly has a place with the Chama Cha Mapinduzi (administering party).
In spite of being out of office, Kikwete fills in as the AU’s (Africa Union) Representative for Libya. He as of late met with Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar to examine the eventual fate of the north African nation which has been dove into turmoil since the brutal oust of longserving pioneer, Muammar Gaddafi.
Amid his administration, he was chosen the sixth leader of the AU serving between January 2008 and February 2009. By chance his successor was the previous Libyan pioneer Gaddafi.
He is hailed as one of only a handful couple of African pioneers who complete their residency and calmly leave control. He is a rehearsing Muslim hitched to Salma Kikwete and the couple have 5 youngsters.
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