On 19 April 63, the Council of Tanganyika under the President of the Republic of Tanganyika and the National Father of Mwalimu Julius K. Nyerere, passed the TANU Youth Union Decision and decided on a single statement to be initiated on JKT on 10 July 1963. The first was trained in the Dar es Salaam camp at a peak of 11 youth from 11 districts.
The early youth were secretaries of youth who were deployed by TANU in Yugoslavia in 1962, taking the leadership training of young people. Some of the young predecessors are Ms. Z. Kiango, Mr. S. Chale, Mr. P. Nyamgarulia, Mr. R. Kamba, Mr. H. Ngalason, Mr J. Ndimugwango, Ms. M. Mhando (Senior Guide), Mr. D. S. Msilu (Master), Mr ES Mwakyambiki (Senior Master) and Mr AI Msonge (Master), Mr LM Mitande.
By August 1963, another group of five people with Mr. S. Desai, Mr. E. Simkone, Mr. J. Mwanimlele (Asst Master) and Mr. A. A Heart (Asst Master) joined and also received leadership training.
During the launch of JKT, Mwalimu Nyerere said JKT’s importance is from the State to require youth and youth care to respond to the call to serve their nation for whatever role they need.
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