Chama Cha Mapinduzi presidential primaries, 2015

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CCM presidential primaries, 2015

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2,455 votes from the National Congress
Opinion polls

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Candidate John Magufuli Amina Salum Ali Asha Migiro
Popular vote 2,104 253 59
Percentage 87.09% 10.47% 2.44%
Hometown Chato Zanzibar Songea

President before election

Jakaya Kikwete

CCM presidential nominee

John Magufuli

The Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM) presidential primaries, 2015 took place in July 2015 to determine CCM's nominee for the Presidency of Tanzania for the 2015 election.[1][2][3] The Chama Cha Mapinduzi (Party of the Revolution) is the country's dominant ruling party,[4] and the longest reigning ruling party in Africa.[5]

Incumbent president and 2010 nominee Jakaya Kikwete is ineligible for re-election due to term limits. He is looking forward to his retirement,[6] and has described the presidency as being both "stressful and thankless".[7] Kikwete, who also serves as the party's National Chairman, said that he was not backing anyone as his preferred and chosen successor.[8]

More than forty candidates (including 12 Cabinet Members) collected the nomination forms. On 12 July, Minister of Works John Magufuli was selected as the party's presidential nominee,[9] and is most likely to win the presidential election.[10][11][12][13]

Background[edit]

Kikwete has presided over an average economic growth of 7%.[14]

Dodoma Six[edit]

In February 2014, the CCM's Central Committee summoned and interrogated six prospective candidates at the party's headquarters in Dodoma; and banned them from engaging in premature campaigns for a period of twelve months. They were former Prime Ministers Frederick Sumaye and Edward Lowassa, Foreign Minister Bernard Membe, Minister Stephen Wasira, Deputy Minister January Makamba and former Minister William Ngeleja.[15] The ban was further extended in March 2015,[16] before being lifted on 22 May 2015.[17]

Candidates[edit]

The following candidates have been listed according to the dates that they expressed interest or formally announced their candidacy.

Key

  quadragenarian (40-49)   quinquagenarian (50-59)   sexagenarian (60-69)   septuagenarian (70-79)

Candidate Background Notes
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January Makamba
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Samuel Sitta
  • Claims that he refused accepting a bribe of $70,000
    from a Canadian aircraft manufacturer.[21]
  • Expressed interest on 2 September 2014[22]
  • Declared on 3 June 2015[23] (video)
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Hamisi Kigwangalla
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Stephen Wasira
  • Born 1945 (age 70), Bunda, Mara Region
  • Alma mater: American University (BA), (MA), (MPA)
  • Member of Parliament for Bunda (2005–present)
  • Minister of Agriculture (2015–present)
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Mizengo Pinda
  • Expressed interest on 21 October 2014[28]
  • Declared candidacy on 12 June 2015[29]
  • Links: Profile
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Lazaro Nyalandu
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Bernard Membe
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Edward Lowassa
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Mwigulu Nchemba
Ali Karume
  • Born ?
  • Alma mater: ?
  • Retired Diplomat
  • Declared candidacy on 1 June 2015[41]
Luhaga Mpina
  • Declared candidacy on 1 June 2015[42]
Makongoro Nyerere
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Mark Mwandosya
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Frederick Sumaye
  • Declared candidacy on 2 June 2015[45] (video)

Sospeter Muhongo
Titus Kamani
  • Born 1957 (age 57)
  • Alma mater: Sokoine (BSc), Reading (MSc), Mweka College (PGDip)
  • Member of Parliament for Busega (2010–present)
  • Minister of Livestock and Fisheries Development (2014–present)
  • Declared candidacy on 2 June 2015[45]
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Amina Salum Ali
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John Magufuli
  • Declared candidacy on 3 June 2015[48] (video)
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Mohamed Bilal
  • Declared candidacy on 3 June 2015[48]
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William Ngeleja
Mwele Malecela
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Augustine Mahiga
Hassy Kitine
  • Declared candidacy on 10 June 2015[54]
Monica Mbega
  • Born 1956 (age 59)
  • Alma mater: Institute of Accountancy Arusha (CPA), Salford University (MA)
  • Member of Parliament for Iringa Urban (2000–2010)
  • Former Deputy Minister of Finance
  • Declared candidacy on 11 June 2015[55]

Asha-Rose Migiro
  • Declared candidacy on 15 June 2015[56]
  • Links: (Twitter)
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A. Ramadhani
  • Declared candidacy on 17 June 2015[57]
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H. Mwakyembe
  • Denied having interest in January 2015[58]
  • Declared candidacy on 19 June 2015[59]

Other candidates[edit]

Candidate Age Background Declared on
Maliki Malupu
34
Postgraduate student at Mzumbe University 1 June 2015.[60]
Amos Siyantemi 4 June 2015[61]
Godwin Mwapongo 43 High Court Advocate 6 June 2015[62]
Peter Nyalali Former soldier 7 June 2015[20]
Leonce Mulenda 7 June 2015[20]
Eldoforce Bilohe 43 Farmer[63] 9 June 2015[64]
Boniface Ndego 10 June 2015[65]
Athuman Mwariko c. 66 Painter, sculptor and cultural scientist. Designed the Tanzanian Coat of arms 12 June 2015[66]
Muzzammil Kalokola Alma mater: University of Nairobi
Chairperson of Mwalimu Nyerere Ideology Conservation Society
13 June 2015[67]
Joseph Chagama 15 June 2015[68]
Patrick Chokala Former diplomat and Press Secretary to presidents Mwinyi and Mkapa 18 June 2015[69]
Ritha Ngowi 50 Community Development Officer 22 June 2015[70]
Helena Elinawinga 41 Alma mater: School of International Service 25 June 2015[71]
Antony Chalamila 66 27 June 2015[72]
Amos Robert[73]

Potential candidates[edit]

  • Anna Tibaijuka, former Lands Minister.[74] Her prospects were diminished when she was sacked by the President after receiving $1 million from a businessman. Tibaijuka denied any wrongdoing and said that she accepted the money as a donation for a school.[75]
  • Anne Makinda, Speaker[76]
  • Hussein Mwinyi, Defence Minister[77]

Declined to run[edit]

Nomination process[edit]

The nomination forms cost a non-refundable TSh 1 million ($500). A total of 42 party members collected the forms from 3 June but only 38 managed to return them by the 2 July deadline. The four disqualified aspirants were Anthony Chalamila, Helena Elinewinga, Muzammil Kalokola and Peter Nyalile.[80] Each candidate was required to solicit sponsorship from at least 450 party members from a minimum of 15 regions (including three regions from Zanzibar). Lowassa's campaign team claims to have gained sponsorship from more than 800,000 party members from all the regions.[81]

The meetings will take place in Dodoma at the party's headquarters and at the newly inaugurated Dodoma Convention Centre. More than 10,000 delegates and their retinues were expected to arrive in the capital.[82][83][84][85]

Central Committee[edit]

On 11 July 2015 at 01:20 EAT (UTC +3), the party tweeted the names of the five candidates selected by its Central Committee from the list of 38 aspirants:[86]

National Executive Committee[edit]

On 11 July, the National Executive Committee selected the three finalists:[87]

National Congress[edit]

The party's National Congress selected Works Minister John Magufuli as the party's 2015 presidential nominee.[9]

Opinion polls[edit]

Poll source Date Sample size Undecided Lowassa Pinda Membe Sitta Magufuli Nchemba Makamba Mwandosya
Twaweza[88] September 2014 1,445 33% 13.0% 12.0% 5.0% 4.0% 3.0%
Positive Thinkers[89] March 2015 3,298 2.4% 22.8% 3.2% 5.9% 2.2% 6.8% 10.6% 1.6% 1.2%
Samunge S.S. Research Center[90] 2013–2015 7,000 20.7% 2.4% 7.0% 7.6% 4.8%
REDET[91] 23–26 June 2015 1,250 27.0% 7.2% 8.2% 0.6% 6.6% 1.0% 0.8% 3.1%

At the party's 8th National Congress in 2012, the following four aspirants were the favourites among the NEC delegates and were elected by them: Wasira (89%), Makamba (87%), Nchemba (84%) and Membe (61%).[92]

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