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of Haydom in Norway running a “charity project” on illegally acquired
the Friends of Haydom (FoH)
in Norway given full and
correct information to BRELA about ownership and Board of Directors?
“Emerging interests to
acquire huge tracks of ‘agricultural’ land in Africa by investors from
outside the continent and within the continent (South Africa in particular)
are raising issues and questions of land-grabbing in Africa.” (Citizen,
Tanzania August 5th 2011, article by employee of Mzumbe
University, former Institute of Development Management, Morogoro)
Information to the Hospital Board,
Haydom Lutheran Hospital
understand that the “Haydom Farm” is an issue to be discussed by the
Board of Haydom Lutheran Hospital this month.
This coincides with the 5th anniversary of the armed (by
rungu) take-over of Mulbadaw and CMSC from HDC by the Friends of Haydom in
Norway. The following might be
of interest to members of the Hospital Board:
“Haydom Farm and Development Company Limited” (HFDC) was registered
by BRELA 23rd. June 2010, with registration number 77061.
According to information HDC received shortly before the
registration, the Board of Directors are: Olaf Myklatun (chairman), Martin Vold, Øystein Evjen Olsen, Isaack
Malleyeck and Emanuel Mighay.
Farm and Development Limited” (HLHDF)” was registered on 25th May 2008
with registration number 65699. This
supposed to own the farm whilst “Haydom
Farm and Development Company Limited” (HFDC) is supposed to rent the
farm from HLHDF. There is no
information on www.mulbadaw.com about the members of Board of Directors of the
owning company. The real Board
of Directors is probably one and the same for these two companies, namely
“The Farm Group” of Friends of Haydom in Norway as listed below.
Farm is a Norwegian enterprise
on www.mulbadaw.com says that the “farm group” of Friends of Haydom has the following
of Haydom(FoH)/Stiftelsen Haydoms Venner (SHV) Farmgroup:
are good reasons to assume that the real “Board of Directors” of HFDC
and HLHDF is in Norway and is probably identical to the “Farm group”
of Friends of Haydom in Norway.
interesting aspect of the faming business in Tanzania by the Friends of
Haydom is the “mission farm”. People
in Norway can donate 12 000 NOK (about 2 000 $) and deduct this
from their income tax slip; the farm being considered as charity/religious
land-grabbing again become part of the missionary work?
to be asked
In a letter
to Joseph Tadoyo (Liquidator of the Mulbadaw Wheat Company Limited)
dated 2nd June 2006 the Medical Director of HLH, Øystein
Olsen, makes it clear that he sees HLH as the buyer of the Mulbadaw farm.
This is coherent with the statement signed by
Øystein Olsen (HLH) and Harald Haagensen (FoH) dated 10th
August 2006 and Olsen’s press release from Sept. 2006 where he explicit
states that HLH has bought the Mulbadaw farm and the Central Maintenance
of Haydom Lutheran Hospital and the Diocese (ELCT) is recommended to ask
the following questions: