John Pombe Joseph Magufuli (1959-2021)
5th President of an independent and united Tanzania
On March 17, 2021, a GREAT man passed away, who, with his will and his ACTIVITIES, took Tanzania to a higher level.
He defied world-wide plans to exterminate and enslave his people through PLANdemia, and worked to finally break Tanzania out of its dependence on foreign exploiting capital. He was able to organize, largely on his own, projects such as the modernization and expansion of the railway network, his own Air Tanzania passenger planes, the construction of a huge 2.1 GW hydroelectric power plant on the Rufiji River, the transfer of government structures to Dodoma, the capital of Tanzania, so as to actually develop country evenly from the center.
The father of the nation, Julius Nyerere, is certainly proud of him.
We will express our respect for him by continuing his WORKS and our joint efforts for Tanzania, together with President of Tanzania Samia Hassan Suluhu and our clients from this region.
Rest in peace
Pumzika kwa amani
Tanzania Fertilizer Regulatory Authority
Agrami fertilizers registration at Tanzania Fertilizer Regulatory Authority (TFRA), the office in Dar es Salaam.
New 2021 Year
Agreement between Mzuri/Agrami and SMJP LTD
Agrami – foliar fertilizers
Agrami develops and supplies modern solutions for crop production in the form of straight and compound foliar fertilizers.
- foliar fertilizers
- plant nutritions
- water conditioners
- long experience
- scientific knowledge and agricultural know-how
First meeting with Mzuri/Agrami
Agrami develops and supplies modern solutions for crop production in the form of straight and compound foliar fertilisers.
As a result of the synergy of knowledge, care and experience, Agrami is able to implement solutions that allow it to increase its efficiency and productivity, while reducing degradation. These are the factors necessary for the development of agriculture in Tanzania and whole Africa.
In the office
Compare the results of modern cultivation methods and traditional methods.
Left side the crop with traditional technology, right side the crop with modern Mzuri strip-till technology.