Mohamed Issa Mohamed

Special Correspondent

Member since Jun 2023

I was born in Zanzibar in 1957. I started Journalism in early 1990s. I have attended several workshops and course on Journalism. I have a Diploma in Journalism, a Post Graduate Diploma in Law and a Degree in Religious Studies. I speak my native Kiswahili, English, Arabic and Danish.

Igad weather centre casts doubt on rains but urges caution

The East African region is prone to abnormal weather conditions and has set up a regional weather watch hub in Nairobi which gives weather updates on a regular basis.

Rift Valley fever vaccine trials get under way

The killer fever found in the East African region is yet to get a jab but Scientists have not given up and financiers too

Doctors conduct first pacemaker installation surgery in Zanzibar

Heart failures are part of life but Scientists are doing their best to minimize impact and bring hope

Tanzania gears up for second round of mass polio vaccination end of April

The disease was thought to have been contained in the East African region but when it reoccurred in Malawi then health stakeholders started the mass jab drive to contain it

Tanzania tightens borders to contain yellow fever

The fever was also thought to have gone forever but that was not the case unfortunate and when it reappeared measures to contain it and prevent it from spreading begun

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