Tuesday, July 5, 2016

AMOTEL IS THE FIRST LINSENCED MVNO STARTS OPERATIONS IN RURAL TANZANIA

Arrival of the guest of honour for the official launch of Amotel’s operations in Mwanga district. The Deputy Minister for Works, Transports & Communications, Hon. Eng. Edwin Ngonyani is being received at the district headquarters in Mwanga to officiate the launch of AMOTEL as the first linsenced MVNO to operate in rural Tanzania.
The Guest of Honour, Deputy Minister for Works, Transports and Communications, Hon. Eng. Edwin Ngonyani signing the guests book before officiating the launch of AMOTEL as an MVNO ridding on TTCL’s network to deploy the rural telephony solutions.
The Deputy Permanent Secretary for Ministry of Works, Transports and Communications, Dr. Eng. Maria Sasabo signing the guests book at DC’s Office in Mwanga during the official launch of AMOTEL as an MVNO deploying rural telephony solution in villages of Mwanga district.
Eng. Brown Japhet, the TTCL-Kilimanjaro regional manager signing the guests book at the office of DC’s Mwanga before the official launch of AMOTEL’s operations in villages of Mwanga district and rural areas in Tanzania in General.
Eng. Peter Ulanga, the CEO of UCSAF briefing the guest of honour, the Deputy Minister about the time table of the program to officiate the launch of Amotel’s operations in villages of Mwanga district.
A cross section of villagers who are the direct beneficiary of AMOTEL’s launch following up the ceremony of AMOTEL’s operations in Mwanga district. The event was graced by the Deputy Minister for Works, Transports & Communications. The direct beneficiary villages are; namely, Ngujini, Songoa and Chanjale villages
A cross section of villagers who are the direct beneficiary of AMOTEL’s launch following up the ceremony of AMOTEL’s operations in Mwanga district. The event was graced by the Deputy Minister for Works, Transports & Communications. The direct beneficiary villages are; namely, Ngujini, Songoa and Chanjale villages
A cross section of villagers who are the direct beneficiary of AMOTEL’s launch following up the ceremony of AMOTEL’s operations in Mwanga district. The event was graced by the Deputy Minister for Works, Transports & Communications. The direct beneficiary villages are; namely, Ngujini, Songoa and Chanjale villages
Deputy Minister for Works, Transports & Communications, Hon. Eng. Ngonyani cutting A ribbon to officiate the launch of AMOTEL in Mwanga district. From the left is Board Chairman of AMOTEL, Professor Robert Mabele while on the right is Dr. Eng. Maria Sasabo-the deputy Permanent Secretary for Ministry of Works, Transports & Communications assisting the guest of honour to grace the official launch of AMOTEL as an MVNO with a network code “063” which serves the underserved villages under UCSAF’s projects.
The Guest of Honour signing the guests book at the district’s commissioner’s office to officiate the launch of AMOTEL’s rural telephony in Mwanga district. Sitting close to the guest of honour is the Board Chairman of AMOTEL, Prof. Robert Mabele. Others from left is Acting DC Mwanga, next is Eng. Peter Ulanga-CEO , UCSAF. Then, followed by Eng. Brown Japhet, the TTCL-Regional Manager Kilimanjaro. While others from right is Dr. Eng. Maria Sasabo-Deputy Permanent Secretary in the Ministry for Works, Transports & Communications. Then is followed by the TCRA-Northern Zone Office and the last is the Acting DED-Mwanga.
Mr. Philemon Mangu, the AMOTEL’s Chief Technical Officer (CTO) explaining to the guest of honour, Eng. Ngonyani somewhere inside the village of Ngujini-Kisangara Juu in Mwanga district. Standing in the middle is Eng. Peter Ulanga listening attentively to AMOTEL’s CTO. Behind is Retired Judge of the Court of Appeal of Tanzania, Hon. January Msofe who is a widely respected elder of Ngujini village and Mwanga district in general.
A group photo with a guest of honour after the official launch of AMOTEL as an MVNO with network code “063” deploying rural telephony solutions in Mwanga district and rural Tanzania in general. From Left is Mr. Gadi Mkemwa-the Chief Operating Officer-AMOTEL, next is Professor Robert Mabele-Board Chairman-AMOTEL, followed by the Guest of Honour sitting at the middle, Hon. Edwin Ngonyani. Next to the guest of honour is Dr. Eng. Maria Sasabo-the Deputy Permanent Secretary for Ministry of Works, Transports & Communications. She is followed by Eng. Peter Ulanga, the CEO of UCSAF and far right in the same sitting arrangement is the widely respected elder of Mwanga and the retired judge os the Court of Appeal, Hon. Judge January Msofe.

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