Minister of Industry, Trade, and Marketing Mary Nagu of Tanzania

Tuesday,December 18, 2007 @00:03 Also in the NewsStars must have confidenceAlcohol sale, advertising policy in pipelineMinister wants solution to Dar water shortageFuel shortage hits Sumbawanga townProsecutor appeal against Rwanda musician sentenceDAILY NEWS ReporterComoro’s workshop set to revive TaarabAT keen on new plan to revive athleticsWork justly, students' Loan Board urgedPosta to deliver letters at door postsTHE Minister for Justice and Constitutional Affairs, Dr Mary Nagu has called for enhanced legal and judicial cooperation between Tanzania and Iran.
In reply Minister Mary Nagu said the fourth-phase government wants to assure its wananchi that it will work hard to sort out problems beleaguering the legal sector to ensure justice for all.
Launching the warehouse system, Industry, Trade and Marketing minister Dr Mary Nagu said the government had introduced the system to make farmers embarking on cash-crop growing get better prices for their crops.
Nagu had met with the president, prosecutor and registrar of the UN tribunal the day before and a week earlier, these same officials met with Tanzanian president Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete at the ICTR's headquarters in Arusha.
Giving some details about the proposed Indian projects in Tanzania, Minister for Industries, Trade and Marketing Mary Nagu said Tata Chemicals would set up its $500 million soda ash manufacturing plant in the north of the country.
es Salaam, Tuesday, June 10, 2008.
Nagu was a frequent customer of the basket sellers because the road also leads to her constitutency.
Nagu is not the only politician to have shown interest in their business.
Mary NaguMary Nagu is Tanzanias justice minister.