Jinsi ya Kujiunga na JWTZ 2022 How to Join

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The history of work and security and safety activities here in Tanzania dates back to the time of our ancestors. Many communities living in various parts of the country had traditional protection that included every member of the community. Traditional protection was the basis of the security of all societies at that time. The weapons used by our ancestors were inferior such as bows, spears, swords, swords and axes as basic weapons to protect their communities. Each tribe had its own way of preparing its young to learn the use of weapons and later the youths were given the responsibility to protect their communities.
 
Enrollment/Uandikishaji

  1. Anyone will be enrolled in the Tanzania People’s Defense Forces (TPDF) with the following qualifications: –
  2. Be a citizen of Tanzania/Awe Raia wa Tanzania
  3. Must have a Form Four Education and continue and be successful. (Form Four)
  4. Must be single(Kutoolewa au Kuoa)
  5. Must be 18 to 25 years of age (Umri)
  6. Have good manners and conduct
  7. Be sane and healthy

Terms of Service, JWTZ 2022

  1. Soldiers will be given a service number after completing initial training.
  2. He will serve in the Army for the first six years, after which he will serve on a two-year contract with the approval of the Commander-in-Chief.

Officers
Officers Selection Board
interviews Soldiers with Form Six education and onwards from the Armed Forces and Recruitment Schools.
Successful candidates are given the status of Officer Cadet, and are sent to the Tanzania Military Academy for one year training.
Jinsi ya Kujiunga na JKT Tanzania 2022
 
 
JWTZ Tanzania History
The history of work and security and safety activities here in Tanzania dates back to the time of our ancestors. Many communities living in various parts of the country had traditional protection that included every member of the community. Traditional protection was the basis of the security of all societies at that time. The weapons used by our ancestors were inferior such as bows, spears, swords, swords and axes as basic weapons to protect their communities. Each tribe had its own way of preparing its young to learn the use of weapons and later the youths were given the responsibility to protect their communities.
The African continent underwent political, economic and social change after the industrial revolution that took place in Europe in the 19th century. This is the beginning of many African countries under foreign rule.
Germany gained the legitimacy to rule Tanganyika after the Berlin conference which divided the African continent into parts of the country without the consent of Africans themselves. The German army launched a movement to abolish the tribal rule in the country in order to have one government and one colonial army. The German occupation led some tribes to fight against the German Army, as German rule aimed to destroy the entire system of traditional defense, politics and the local economy.
The Battle of Chief Mkwawa in 1890 is a perfect example of how some tribes in the country had strong defenses even though they were using less weapons. However, a few years after Chief Mkwawa lost the war with the Germans, a naval war broke out from 1905 to 1907.
The war put Tanganyika’s history on the world map as various tribes used their traditional weapons to counter the invasion of foreign armies, but unitedly stood firm against their African identity.
The period of partition on the African continent brought about a change in security and security as Africans were deprived of their right to self-defense and this was the beginning of the modernization of military force in the country.
The military movement in the country took on a new dimension after the First World War from 1914 to 1918, the Germans lost and looted the colonies they were in control of as one of the conditions for the defeat of the war. Tanganyika was placed under British supervision and under the auspices of the UN Security Council. However, from that point on the structure of the official Army that led Tanganyika was known as the Kings African Rifles (KAR).

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  1. Emmanuel says:

    I want to connect jwtz

  2. Doreen Temba says:

    I need to join jwtz

  3. Selemani Azizi mgane says:

    Mimi kama mtanzania ambaye ninauzalendo na inchi yangu nikotayari kwa moyowangu mkunjufu kuitetea na kuipambania inchi yangu kwa kadri niwezavyo kimwili pamoja na kiakili.Na ninaaidi endapo nitapata nafasi ya kulitumikia jeshi la wananchi TANZANIA nitazingatia kanuni,sheria na taratibu za jeshi zinavyoelekeza pia nina ahidi kuyazingatia na kuyatekeleza kikamilifu

    Mimi kama mtanzania ambaye ninauzalendo na inchi yangu nokotayari kwa moyoqangu mkunjufu kuitetea na kuipambania inchi yangu kwa kadri niqezavyo kimwili pamoja na kiakili. Na ninaaidi endapo nitapata nafasi ya kulitumikia jeshi la wananchi TANZANIA nitazingatia kanuni,sheria na taratibu za jeshi zinavyoelekeza pia ninaahidi kuyazingatia na kuyatekeleza kikamilifu.

  4. Penina says:

    I want to join

  5. I want to join i like I’m 24years

  6. Edimund Deus says:

    My name is Edimund Deus am 23 years I want to be one of sodier in order to make my country under security so I want to join in jwtz

  7. Goodluck Sai says:

    Its one of my ambition but not seeing were I would have a great hand

  8. Idd Abdul simtenda says:

    Im idd.A.Simtenda i would like to joining at JWTZ OZI HAVE AUTO ELECTRICIAN ARTIST.

  9. Petro Lyochi says:

    It one of my ambition but not seeing were I would have a great hand ,I would like to joining jwtz

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