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THE HISTORY OF GEITA TOWN COUNCIL
Geita Town Council is one of the two council forming Geita District, Other Council is Geita District Council. Geita district is one of the five (5) districts in Geita Region. It gained the status of being a district in 1961 being combined with Sengerema district, by then being known as Geita Province. It had 16,638 Km2 of which dry land was 10,123.94Km2 and water was 6,514.06Km2.Also it had a population of 371,407.In 1975 the province was divided forming two districts namely Geita and Sengerema. The main ethnic groups in the district are Sukuma, Zinza, Kara, Longo and Ha.
The word “Geita” originated from three Yango (Rongo) tribe words which are “Akabanga keita abhantu” meaning; vanishing in mysterious situation which happened in one of the Geita hills which was believed to be sacred, used by Yango (Rongo) people for praying to their gods then; the colonialist failed to pronounce the word” Ketabantu” instead they pronounced “Geita”the name Geita became popular to community around until now.
Geita Town Council gained the status of being a Town Council through the Government Notes (G.N) 280 of 24th August, 2012 of which it’s Certificate of establishment was signed on 5th September, 2012.This establishment is by The Act No.8 of 1982-The Local Government (Urban Authorities). Before this period it was a Township Authority by Government Notes (G.N) 353 of 17th September, 2004. The Geita Town Council Offices are located within Geita Town along the main road which is from Mwanza to Geita.
The council has 23 permanently employed staffs of different cadres at head, other staffs permanently employed within the Town Council area of jurisdiction at Lower levels in wards and villages; the data base of employees in this category is being established and temporary employed workers are 28.
In terms of citizen representatives the Council has one elected Member of Parliament, seven elected councilors and four special seats Councilors.
The Director of Geita Town Council announces the vacancy and welcomes applications to applicants with a Qualifier record Assistant Grade Il and Special Secretary Grade III as listed in this PDF FILE