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Job Ndugai

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Deputy  Tulia Ackson
Nationality  Tanzanian
Party  Chama Cha Mapinduzi
Succeeded by  Tulia Ackson
Role  Politician
Speaker  Anne Makinda
Name  Job Ndugai
Preceded by  Anne Makinda
Political party  CCM

Job Ndugai with a big smile while wearing a black coat, striped long sleeves, and blue polka dot necktie

Born  21 January 1960 (age 63) Tanganyika (1960-01-21)
Service/branch  Tanzania People's Defence Force
Education  Open University of Tanzania, University of Dar es Salaam

Similar  Tulia Ackson, Halima Mdee, Ali Hassan Mwinyi

Wasifu wa job ndugai

Job Yustino Ndugai (born 21 January 1960) is a Tanzanian politician who has been Speaker of the National Assembly of Tanzania since 2015. Previously he was Deputy Speaker from 2010 to 2015.


Job Ndugai giving a speech while wearing a black coat, white and blue striped long sleeves, and necktie


Early life and education

Job Ndugai smiling while wearing a green and yellow polo

He was educated at Matare Primary School, Kibaha Secondary School and Old Moshi High School.

Political career

Job Ndugai giving a speech while wearing a yellow and blue dress

He has served as the member of parliament for the Kongwa constituency since 2000. Ndugai was named as the most active MP in the 9th Tanzanian Parliament.

Job Ndugai speaking with hand gestures while wearing a black and brown long sleeves

Ndugai was Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly from 2010 to 2015. He was elected as Speaker of the National Assembly on 17 November 2015. He received 254 out of 365 votes, while opposition candidate Goodluck ole Medeye, a CHADEMA MP, received 109 votes, and there were two spoilt votes.


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