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The Egyptian Ambassador to Tanzania, Hossam Muharam, paid a courtesy call to Executive Secretary of the Media Council of Tanzania (MCT) Kajubi Mukajanga and held extensive on various issues.

The media however, featured prominently in the discussions held on February 11, 2014 which three other officials of the Council also participated.

The officials were the Council’s Human Resources Manager, Ziada Kilobo, Senior Programmes officer from the Standard and Regulations Unit of the Council, Alakok Mayombo and Editor Hamis Mzee.

During the talks the Ambassador expressed his country’s readinenss to support the development of the media in Tanzania through training and exchange visit.

He told Mukajanga that he appreciated the Council’s role and contribution in the development of media in Tanzania and promotion of ethics.

He said ethics promotes good professional conduct adding that if the media derails, people will be harmed by wrong and false information.

The Ambassador also briefed the MCT chief on the political and social developments obtaining in his country.

Mukajanga who had attended the first conference of Africa-Asia Media Union (AAMU) in Cairo praised Egypt’s initiatives in promoting closer relations among media organizations in Africa and Asia.

AAMU based in Cairo held its first meeting in Cairo from November 16 to 18, 2013.

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