PHOTO FLASHBACK: Tanzania President Julius K. Nyerere’s visit to Jamaica
Julius Kambarage Nyerere is most well known as a socialist and a major advocate of Pan-Africanism, philosophies that were near and dear to the heart of Jamaicans in the period from the late 1960s to about the middle of the ‘80s. That union of thought made it a no-brainer that the long-serving ruler of what would eventually become known as Tanzania would have been a hit when he visited the island in 1974.
Published September 1974
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