KCK organised the fact-finding mission in two legs; the first to Unguja Zanzibar, which was undertaken from 13 to 16 July 2009. The second was undertaken in Tanzania Mainland from 23 to 28 August 2009. The mission also subsequently visited Pemba from 19 to 20 April 2010.
The mission team comprised the following:
• Hon. Augustine Ruzindana (Uganda), former Inspector General of Government, former Member of Parliament and immediate former Chairperson of the African Parliamentarians Network Against Corruption (Head of Mission);
• Mr Vincent Ndikumasabo (Burundi), Lecturer, Constitutional and Judicial law, University of Lac Tanganyika, former Judge of the Supreme Court and former Member of Parliament;
• Prof. Godfrey Muriuki (Kenya), Professor of History, University of Nairobi;
• Ms Justine Mirembe (Rwanda), Consultant, lawyer practising in Kigali;
• Ms Florence Batoni (Rwanda), Communications and Peace Background and Introduction xi Building Expert;
• Prof. Frederick Jjuuko (Uganda), Professor of Law, Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda (Secretary to the mission);
• Ms Edith Kibalama, Executive Director, KCK provided logistical support.
Objectives of the Fact-Finding Mission
The main objective was to examine areas of tension relating to the Union between Tanzania Mainland and Zanzibar with respect to enhancing Zanzibar’s role in the East African Community (EAC) processes and to devise ways and means of resolving them.
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