The family of the late Judge(Rtd) Anthony Bahati of Oysterbay - Dar es-salaam would like to express our heartfelt thanks to relatives, friends, neighbours, and well wishers who joined us throughout the difficult period of nursing and later bereavement of our beloved father who passed away on the 28th May,2015 at Muhimbili National Hospital (MNH) and was peaceful laid at Kinondoni grave yard on the 2nd June,2015.
The family sincerely valued your spiritual, moral and material support extended to us during our difficult moments. It is our sincere wish to mention all who participated in all errands in one way or another but the list is too long, for those who are not mentioned here, we humbly valued your participation and contribution hence kindly accept our appreciation. Specifically, the family would like to mention the following;
The State House, the First Lady Mama Salma Kikwete,Hon. Mizengo Pinda, the Prime Minister, the Principal Judge, Judges and staff of the High the Court, retired judges, Chairman of the Law Reform Commission, Regional Commissioner of Dar-es salaam, Coast,Morogoro and Arusha, Regional Administrative Secretaries of Dar-es salaam and Coast Region, Chief Court Administrator, doctors and nurses at Muhimbili National Hospital, Tanganyika Law Society, Regional Commissioner-Dar-es salaam, Saint Peter’s Church Parish priest, Don Bosco choir-from Tabata Kimanga, UDSM class of 1968 Faculty of Law,Jumuiya ya Moyo Mt. wa Yesu-Oysterbay, National Social Security Fund(NSSF),ADEM,SWISSPORT,LRCT and Judge (rtd) Stephen Ihema.
We also extend our appreciations to all MZIWA members.
There will be a requiem mass on Saturday 4th July, 2015 at 11:00 am at St. Peters Church-Oysterbay.
Thereafter we cordially invite you to join us for lunch at Oysterbay- Mzinga way No. 14 from 12.45pm.
“ A tree is known by its fruit; a man by his deeds.’’
‘ 'A good deed is never lost; he who sows courtesy reaps friendship and who plants kindness gathers love’’. Saint Basil.