|7th Prime Minister of Tanzania|
27 November 1995 – 30 December 2005
|Preceded by||Cleopa Msuya|
|Succeeded by||Edward Lowassa|
|Member of Parliament
|Succeeded by||Mary Nagu|
29 May 1950 |
|Alma mater||Egerton Agricultural College (Diploma)
Harvard Kennedy School (MPA)
Frederick Tluway Sumaye (born 1950) is the former Prime Minister of Tanzania. He was Prime Minister since the first multi-party elections on 28 November 1995 until 30 December 2005. After leaving office, in 2006 he enrolled for a year as a mid-career student in the Edward S. Mason Program at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, earning a Master of Public Administration.
- Brittney L. Moraski, "THE NEWS IN BRIEF: Former Tanzanian Prime Minister Coming to KSG", The Harvard Crimson, July 14, 2006.
Cleopa David Msuya
|Prime Minister of Tanzania
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