Merkel representative for Africa impressed by National Museum

26Feb 2020
The Guardian Reporter
Dar es Salaam
The Guardian
Merkel representative for Africa impressed by National Museum

​​​​​​​GERMAN Chancellor’s Personal Representative for Africa, Günter Nooke yesterday visited the National Museum in Dar es Salaam and was visibly pleased by the artifacts therein.

GERMAN Chancellor’s Personal Representative for Africa, Günter Nooke.

Nooke was accompanied by Germany’s ambassador to Tanzania Dr Rainer Hoening.

At the National Museum they were received by the director general of National Museum  Dr Noel Lwoga, the Director of Museums and Cultural House Achille Bufure and the Museum’s Chief Curator Dr Amandus Kweka.

Nooke visited the human origin hall, history hall and recollections of Mwalimu Julius Nyerere’s contribution to the liberation of Africa housed in a temporary hall.

Speaking after the visit Nooke said he was so impressed by what he saw in the Museum.

On Monday Nooke met with President John Magufuli in Dar es Salaam whereby the duo vowed to continue strengthening the two countries’ historical relations for mutual benefits.

Nooke presented a message from the Germany Chancellor Angela Merkel and commended the government’s efforts in fighting corruption and intensifying economy.

According to him, the Tanzania has made a lot of development strides compared to previous years.

He assured that Germany will continue cooperating with Tanzania in various sectors including investment, businesses and other social services.

Dr Magufuli also assured the Chancellor of German that the government of Tanzania will continue strengthening bilateral historical ties.

He invited investors from Germany to come and   invest in various potential and productive sectors in the country.