Ruge Mutahaba Biography
Ruge Mutahaba was born in Berkeley, San Jose California – United States on May 1970. He is the Director of Strategy and Programs Development at Clouds Media Group in Tanzania.
He studied primary school at Arusha School from standard 1 to 6 and then moved to Mlimani primary school where he completed his primary education. He joined Forodhani secondary for O -Level and then Pugu High School for A – Level studies. He later joined San Jose University of Carliphonia for Bachelor Degree in marketing and later on BA in Finance.
Ruge Mutahaba Career
While he was studying in USA his fellow boss at Clouds media, Joseph Kusaga was runing a Night Club Disco which was known as Clouds Disco. Therefore Ruge became the sole supplier of various equipments to run the Night Club. When he returned to Tanzania after completing his studies he joined forces with Kusaga and they established Clouds media that time in Arusha City.
He is the Director of Strategy and Programs Development at Clouds Media Group in Tanzania.Clouds Media seeks to inspire and empower young Tanzanians to find opportunities to uplift themselves and contribute positively to the development of their communities and nation.
Ruge Mutahaba Family
Ruge Mutahaba has 5 children.
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Tanzanian music promoter Ruge Mutahaba dies
27 Feb. 2019 | Music Africa
Well-known music promoter and Clouds Media Group Tanzania programmes director Ruge Mutahaba died at the age of 49 on Tuesday.
Family spokesperson Mombek Barego told Tanzanian media that Mutahaba had died of kidney failure while hospitalised in South Africa.
“He woke up this [Tuesday] morning, and his [blood] pressure was too high,” he said. “The doctors tried to stabilise him but unfortunately he passed away at 4pm Tanzanian time. We will be able to give out a full [funeral] programme once we receive his body. At the moment plans are under way to bring his body home.”
Many tributes have appeared on social media since Tanzanian radio stations broke the news of Mutahaba’s death on Tuesday night.
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“It is with great sadness that I received the news on the passing of my son Ruge Mutahaba,” a post via Tanzanian President John Magufuli’s Twitter account said. “I will forever remember him for his huge contribution in the media and entertainment industry as well as his efforts in mentoring the youth. My sincere condolences to his family and friends.”
Former Tanzanian president Jakaya Kikwete said he was at a loss for words. “My heart bleeds and is filled with sadness after receiving news on the death of Ruge Mutahaba. The nation has lost a young visionary and patriot. He helped me during and even after my presidency. May he rest in peace,” Kikwete wrote on Twitter.
Mutahaba is best known for setting up Tigo Fiesta, an annual concert that takes place in different regions across Tanzania. He was also the driving force behind Tanzania House of Talent, a non-profit organisation that he established in 2005 to provide music, dance and theatre lessons to young Tanzanians for enjoyment, education and employment opportunities. The company helped to kick-start the careers of well-known musicians such as Mwasiti and Barnaba.
Mutahaba also mentored artists such as rapper Nikki wa Pili and talent manager Babu Tale, who represents Tanzania’s biggest act, Diamond Platnumz.
“I do not like small dreams, I like big dreams,” Mutahaba said while delivering a lecture at University of Dodoma last year. “You need to be aggressive and please do not stop until you are a star.”