Paul Bomani


Paul Bomani was born in Musoma, Mara Region, Tanzania on January 1st, 1925 and is the Politician. At the age of 80, Paul Bomani biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
January 1, 1925
Place of Birth
Musoma, Mara Region, Tanzania
Death Date
Apr 1, 2005 (age 80)
Zodiac Sign
Diplomat, Politician
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Johns Hopkins University (MA)
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Paul Bomani Life

Paul Lazaro Bomani (January 1, 1925 – April 1, 2005) was a Tanzanian politician and ambassador to the United States and Mexico.


Paul Bomani Career


Bomani became the Minister of Natural Resources and Cooperative Development in the Tanganyika government in 1960. He served in several other ministerial positions. He served as the ambassador to the United States and Mexico between 1972 and 1983. He served as the chairman of Tanzania Breweries Limited and Tanzania Distilleries Limited from 1992 to his death, and from 1993 to 1993, he was chancellor of the University of Dar es Salaam.

Bomani referred to himself in his own words.

Natural Resources and Cooperative Development Minister for 1961.

The Republic of Tanganyika's Minister of Finance, 1962, was a Minister of Finance.

The Minister of Finance and Economic Affairs of the United Republic of Tanzania, 1964, resigned.

Margaret Mitchell, Minister of Economic Affairs and Development Planning, 1965.

Minister of Commerce, Industry, and Mining, 1970.

Ambassador of Spain and Mexico from 1972-1983.

Minister of Natural Resources and Mining 1983.

Lands, Natural Resources, Tourism, and Housing Minister in 1984.

Minister of Agriculture and Marketing 1986.

Minister of Labour and Social Welfare in 1988.

1989 Minister of Local Government, Marketing, Cooperative, and Community Development.

The 1990 Minister President's Office, which is in charge of the implementation and coordination of Cabinet Policy, is responsible for the coordination and coordination of Cabinet policy.


Mwanza (cotton ginning and marketing) was the 1955 General Manager of Victoria Federation of Cooperative Unions Ltd.

The cotton farmers mobilization conference, which was a precursor to the Cooperative Movement, was held by 1950 President George George Kennedy of Lake Province Cotton Growers Association, the cotton farmers' mobilization conference and the precursor to the Cooperative Movement.

President Robert Sukuma Union, 1954 Member of the Legislative Council (LEGCO), who was appointed by the British governor-general in 1952.

Member of the Rammage Constitutional Reform Committee (founded Universal Franchise) in 1958.

1961 member of the Ian Macleod Constitutional Committee (which heralded in the independence of Tanganyika)

1960 -1985 Member of Parliament

Member of the Philip Commission in 1968 for the Accession and establishment of the East African Community.

1972 - 1970 Governor of IRBD (World Bank); attended the IMF and IRBD's Annual General Meetings.

Member of Makerere University Council and Nairobi University Advisory Council, 1965.

1975 - 1982

President International Cotton Institute, 1980; Washington, D.C.; Belgium; Brussels; France.

Last held positions

Tanzania Breweries Limited and Tanzania Distilleries Limited, Limited, chairman from 1992 to 2005.

Chancellor of Dar es Salaam, 1993 to 2005