Nafasi za kujiunga na jkt 2022/2023 pdf

Brigedia Generali Hassa Mabena on Nafasi za JKT 2022

The Army to Build a Nation (JKT) announced on August 25, 2022, that all youth of Tanzania’s Mainland and Islands will have the opportunity to volunteer for Army training in 2022.

The Head of the JKT Administration Branch, Brigadier General Hassan Mabena, stated that the process for young people to apply for and ultimately be selected to participate in the training is coordinated by the Offices of the Heads of the Regions and Districts where the Applicant resides.

In addition, the Army has informed the youth who will receive the opportunity that it does not employ them and is not involved in finding them employment.

Sifa za Kujiunga na JKT 2022 – Qualifications for Joining JKT 2022/2023

“A person with a fourth-form education should not be older than 20 years old, while someone with a sixth-form education should be between 18 and 22 years old. At the diploma level, their age should not exceed 25 years, at the bachelor’s level, 26 years, and at the master’s level, 30 years. (Elimu Form 4, Miaka Age 22 to 26)

“For young people who completed form four and form six between 2019 and 2022, they must have a minimum score of 32 and a grade between first and fourth in form six. They must have a birth certificate, be in seventh grade, and not have the ability to draw the human body, according to Brigadier General Mabena.

Jinsi ya Kuomba Nafasi za JKT 2022

The JKT Nation Building Force has issued instructions for joining the JKT in 2022. Readers will apply for these positions through the offices of their respective Regional and District Heads.

History of the Nation-Building Army

In accordance with the implementation of the Council of Ministers Resolution, the Nation Building Army was formally established on July 10, 1963, 51 years ago. On April 19, 1963, the session convened under the direction of the late Commander-in-Chief and President of Tanganyika, Mwalimu Julius Nyerere.

JKT was founded on the recommendations of the General Meeting of the Tanganyika African National Union (TANU Youth League), which was held in the Tabora region in 1958. Brother Julius Nyerere, who is now deceased, was the Secretary General of the TANU Youth League at the time.

The Act That Established JKT

In 1964, when the Nation Building Force arrived, the Parliament enacted the Law for the establishment of JKT, which gave legal force to the 1963 decision of the Council of Ministers to establish the Force.

According to the law, JKT membership was entirely voluntary. The law was amended in 1966 to establish a procedure for JKT membership in accordance with the law.

This procedure applied to young adults who have graduated from universities, colleges of higher education, sixth form, and those who have completed the fourth form and received training in colleges for various professions, such as teaching, medicine, and nursing, among others.

The director of JKT was authorised by law to invite youth to join JKT. In July of 1967, 64 young scholars joined the JKT for Operation Resolution.

In support of the government’s decision to establish the Nation Building Army, leaders and other graduates decided to participate in JKT training. In January 1968, for instance, the former Second Vice President, Mr. Rashid Kawawa, the former Minister of State in the Office of the First Vice President, Mr Aboud Jumbe, and the former Speaker of Parliament, Chief Adam Sapi Mkwawa, along with some MPs and various party and government leaders, participated in the training of the Nation Building Force at the Ruvu camp in the Coastal Region.

To establish better foundations and leadership management, the Nation Building Force was a full force; therefore, when it arrived in 1975, the JACKET was merged with the Tanzania People’s Defence Force and thus became an integral part of JWTZ.

JKT officers and soldiers became JWTZ soldiers and were given JWTZ titles at that time. Prior to that, JKT titles were distinct from JWTZ titles. The Nation Building Force continued to train young volunteers in accordance with the law, per its mandate. However, two fundamental responsibilities were emphasised or added to JKT: first, JKT became the production division of JWTZ responsible for supplying the Army with food, clothing, and other necessities. JKT is the institution that provides initial military training, and JWTZ will continue to recruit JKT graduates.

To effectively fulfil the first responsibility, JKT Property Production Corporation (SUMA JKT) was established in 1982. The primary objective was to have an effective tool to plan, manage, coordinate, and implement economic and wealth production responsibilities in JKT, which the organisation continues to do.

In terms of training for youth, for instance, more than 305,625 young people have participated in JKT and received military training and various life skills in a variety of fields. In the 1990s, the provision of JKT training for young people was compromised. Access to services and training requirements, as well as the capacity to run JKT camps, became difficult.

The instability of the global economy, which led to a sharp increase in the price of oil, a drop in the prices of crops produced in Tanzania, and the high cost of the war against Nduli Idi Amin’s forces in Uganda, shook our country’s economy. This circumstance severely hindered the government’s ability to fulfil its fundamental responsibilities in various sectors of the country.

Reinstatement of JKT Training According to the Law

In the fourth phase of the government of the United Republic of Tanzania under Commander-in-Chief and President of the United Republic of Tanzania Dr. Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete, the restoration of JKT training in accordance with the law was one of the highest priorities. The government of the fourth phase has reinstated JKT training in an effort to continue fostering patriotism among Tanzania’s youth. It will be remembered that, due to the challenging economic climate, the government was unable to conduct JKT training in accordance with standards. JKT training was temporarily suspended by law on June 15, 1994.

The Nation Building Army has done an excellent job of instilling nationalism and patriotism in the young people who have served in the Army. This is a place where young men of all ideologies, races, tribes, and religions live, train, and work together as brothers of the same family.

There is no youth training organisation that has outperformed JKT in this regard, and it is possible that the refusal of many Tanzanians to inquire about each other’s tribes is a result of JKT’s presence. Young Tanzanian patriots who go through JKT always meet different young people from every corner of our country; therefore, they don’t even have time to inquire about each other’s tribes because they all consider themselves to be one.

In addition, many were impacted by the suspension of JKT training, which is why the fourth phase government reinstated JKT training in accordance with the law. Finally, on March 26, 2013, JKT training commenced, with the government delivering on its promise to revive training in the Ruvu camp.

As was the case in 1964, when JKT first began, and in 1968, when training in accordance with the Law was established, national leaders dominated the training. The JKT training began, and 22 members of parliament participated and successfully completed the leadership training. The parliamentarians were dispersed across multiple camps for the two-month training that they requested in order to receive training that they believe will foster greater patriotism for their country.

Members of Parliament who did JKT training after being reinstated

JKT Ruvu camp, nine MPs graduated, including the Hon. Mendrad Lutengano Kigola (MB), the Hon. David Ernest Silinde (MB), the Hon. Easter Amos Bulaya (MB), the Hon. Murtaza Mangungu (MB), the Hon. Yusuph Haji Khamis (MB), the Hon. Neema Mgaya Hamis (MB), the Hon. Livingstone John Lusinde (MB), and the Hon.

In addition, five Members of Parliament graduated from the Bulombora-Kigoma camp, including the Honourable Sabreena Sungura (MB), the Honourable Seleman Said Jafo (MB), the Honourable Mariam Kasembe (MB), the Honourable Mariam Salum Msabaha (MB), and the Honourable Yahaya Kasim Issa (MB). Hon. Zitto Z. Kabwe (MB), Hon. Raya Khamis (MB), Hon. Dr Anthony G. Mbassa, Hon. Idd Azzan (MB), and Hon. Abdallah Hajj Alli (MB) were among the graduates of the JKT Mgambo-Tanga Camp. In the Msange camp in the Tabora region, there were also three members of parliament: Meshack Mfukwa, Rita Kabati, and Mwigulu Lameck Nchemba.

The present and past Head of JKT

Major General Rajabu Mabele Head of JKT from 19 May 2021 until now, Brigadier General Charles Mbuge Head of JKT from Sep 2019 until he was promoted to Major General on 02 Jun 2020 and continued to lead the Command until 15 May 2021, Major General Martin Busungu Head of JKT from Feb 2018 to Sep 2019, Major General Michael Isamuhyo Head of JKT from Feb 2016 to Jan 2019, Major General Raphael Muhuga Head of JKT from Mar 2012 – Jan 2016, Lieutenant General Samuel Ndomba Head of JKT Mar 2012 – Sept 2012, Major General Samwel Kitundu Head of JKT from Sept 2008- Jan 2012, Major General Martin Madata Head of JKT from Sept 2007- Sept 2008, Major General Abdulrahman Shimbo Head of JKT from June 2006 – Sept 2007, Major General Davis Mwamunyange Head of JKT from Oct 2001 – June 2006, Major General Makame Rashidi Chief of JKT from Jan 1989 – Oct 2001, Major General Nelson Mkisi Chief of JKT from Jan 1973 – Jan 1989, ASP Laurence Gama Head of JKT from May 1970 – Jan 1973, ASP Robert Kaswende Head of JKT from May 1967 – May 1970, ASP David Nkulila Head of JKT from July 1963 – Dec 1967

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