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H.E AmbassadorChabaka Kilumanga

Personal Profile


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He was born on the foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro in the late fifties.

His late father, Mr Faraji Ali Kilumanga, was a career Diplomat. As a minor, Chabaka kilumanga pursued his primary and secondary education in various countries. Such as Port Said International School in Cairo, Egypt, where he did his early learning Pre-Schooling in the early Sixties and later on moved on to Salvatorian Convent School in Tanzania and Anglo American School in Stockholm. His secondary education took him to Kibaha Secondary School and Undergraduate and Masters Degree course at Moscow and Kyiv State University in Russia and Ukraine, respectively.

While perusing his career as foreign service office Mr kilumanga was also fortunate to take various Postgraduate and short courses, namely, at the Centre of Foreign Relations in Dar-es-Salaam, Institute of World Affairs in the USA, Dalhousie University in Canada, Foreign Service Academy in Istanbul, Pakistan and DSE Berlin.


Ambassador Chabaka Kilumanga began his Diplomatic career when he first joined the Tanzanian Foreign Service in October 1984. His job as a career Diplomat has enabled him to serve in various countries such as:

From: 1993 - 1998, he served as First Secretary and later on promoted as First Counsellor (Political) while working at the Tanzanian mission in Russia


From: 2003 - 2007, he served as head of the chancery (Minister Counsellor) at the Tanzanian mission in the UAE.


In October 2006, he was recalled to Tanzania to work at the State House as the Deputy Private Secretary to the President of The United Republic of Tanzania, H.E. Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete.


In 2008 he was appointed as the Deputy High Commissioner at the Tanzanian mission in London, where he served until May 2013.

On May 25th 2013, promoted as an Ambassador to the Comoros Islands. He presented his credentials to H.E. President Ikililou Dhoinine in early December of 2013

Ambassador KIlumanga completed his diplomatic tour of duty at the Comoros Islands on 17/3/1917.

A month before completing his diplomatic tour on the 16th, February, Ambassador AKilunanga was decorated with the Highest Civilian Medal of Honour. The medal was presented to him by H.E. Azali Assoumani, the President of Comoros', during a ceremony held at the State House, better known as Bait Salam, to his outstanding work fostering excellent diplomatic relations between Tanzania and Comoros.

H.E. Ambassador Chabaka Kilumanga is happily married to Mme. Irene Kilumanga

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