Julius Nyerere

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Julius Nyerere
Julius Nyerere

29 ñiqin kantaray killapi 1964 watapi – 5 ñiqin ayamarq'a killapi 1985 watapi
Qhipaqnin kaq: Ali Hassan Mwinyi
Paqarisqa 13 ñiqin ayriway killapi 1922 watapi
Boutiama
Wañusqa 14 ñiqin kantaray killapi 1999 watapi
London
Warmin Maria Nyerere
Pruphisyun yachachiq, qillqaq
Yachay sunturnin Makerere Yachay Suntur
Iñiynin kathuliku

Julius Kambarage Nyerere , sutipaq runaqa (* 13 ñiqin ayriway killapi 1922 watapi paqarisqa Boutiama llaqtapi - 14 ñiqin kantaray killapi 1922 watapi wañusqa London llaqtapi). Tansania pulitiku wan Umalliq.

1964 watamanta 1985 watakama kuti Tansaniapa Umalliqnin karqan.

Tayta: Nyerere Burito (1860–1942), ; Mama:
Ñawpaq warmi: Maria Nyerere.

Yachaywasi:

Qillqasqankuna[llamk'apuy | pukyuta llamk'apuy]

  • Freedom and Socialism. A Selection from Writings & Speeches, 1965–1967 (1968) Includes "The Arusha Declaration"; "Education for self-reliance"; "The varied paths to socialism"; "The purpose is man"; and "Socialism and development."
  • Freedom & Development, Uhuru Na Maendeleo (1974) Includes essays on adult education; freedom and development; relevance; and ten years after independence.
  • Ujamaa — Essays on Socialism (1977)
  • Crusade for Liberation (1979)
  • Julius Kaisari (a Swahili translation of William Shakespeare's play Julius Caesar)
  • Mabepari wa Venisi (a Swahili translation of William Shakespeare's play – The Merchant of Venice)

Suñaykuna[llamk'apuy | pukyuta llamk'apuy]

  • Nehru Suñay (1976),
  • Third World Suñay (1982).
  • Nansen Medal (1983)
  • Lenin Peace Suñay (1987)
  • Mamallaqtapura Simón Bolívar Suñay (1992).
  • Gandhi Peace Suñay (1995).
  • Katonga, Ugandamanta hatun militar medal

Kaypipas qhaway[llamk'apuy | pukyuta llamk'apuy]

Hawa t'inkikuna[llamk'apuy | pukyuta llamk'apuy]

Ñawpaqnin kaq:
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Tansania Umalliq
Tansania wallqanqa
1964 - 1985
Qhipaqnin kaq:
Ali Hassan Mwinyi
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