By Emmanuel Onyango
THE Tanzania Scout Association (TSA) has reiterated its commitment to continue respecting human rights, build patriotism, peace and solidarity among Tanzanians.
TSA Deputy President who is also the Mufti of Tanzania Sheikh Aboubakary Zubeiry made the call today at the opening of the general meeting for the association’s members held in Dodoma
At the meeting, Deputy Minister in Prime Minister’s Office responsible for labor, youths and employment Hon. Anthony Mavunde represented Vice-President Samia Suluhu.
The meeting that witnessed the appointment of TSA board members was also attended by the former President Ali Hassan Mwinyi.
VP acknowledged the work of the association towards mainstreaming national development asking the associating to engage itself more on social activities.
She asked TSA members to take part in income generating activities to increase production and employment opportunities for the youths.
TSA is a national Scouting organization founded in 1917, and became a member of the World Organisation of the Scout Movement (WOSM) in 1963. By 2010, it had registered 91,057 members.