|10th Minister of Finance|
2001 –21 December 2005
|Preceded by||Daniel Yona|
|Succeeded by||Zakia Meghji|
|4th Minister of Industry and Trade|
|Preceded by||Nazir Karamagi|
|Succeeded by||Mary Nagu|
|Succeeded by||J. C. Rwegasira|
|Born||15 May 1940|
Tanganyika [ citation needed ]
|Died||17 August 2021 81)(aged|
|Children||Godfrey Mramba,Lillian Kalise Mramba,Remla Mramba,Janet Mramba|
|Residence||Dar Es Salaam|
|Alma mater|| Makerere University (BA)|
City University London (MBA)
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In 2015,he and former minister Daniel Yona were sentenced to three years' imprisonment for awarding an audit contract to UK firm Alex Stewart Assayers which meant its operations in Tanzania were exempt from tax. After seven months in prison,the remainder of Mramba's and Yona's sentence was commuted to community service.
He died from complications of COVID-19 on 17 August 2021. at the age of 81.
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