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FoH threats and why HDC Ltd. is the rigthtful owner of the Mulbadaw farm and CMSC.
about new threats from Mulbadaw on 7th July 2010:
employees have signed a contract of employment with “Haydom Farm and
Development Limited”. 91 %
of the shares of this company are owned by Friends of Haydom in Norway,
the same “friends” who on 12th August 2006 gave order to
the militia to chase out HDC Ltd from Mulbadaw with batons. Our search for
registered companies under this name in Tanzania indicates that it had not
been registered in BRELA by July 5th.
Managing Director of this Norwegian company, Toralf Rugland, announced
during morning prayers at Mulbadaw on 7th July 2010 that Mr
Jakobsen and HDC Ltd should under no circumstances be allowed to return to
Mulbadaw, unless he came with 2 billion TShs. It seems like the security guards have
been instructed, if necessary, to again use their batons to prevent HDC Ltd to
enter the gates at Mulbadaw.
at Mulbadaw wanting HDC Ltd to return should leave; gates would be closed
for such disloyal employees.
present Managing Director of “Haydom Farm and Development”, Toralf
Rugland, declared in May 2004 in a meeting with Friends of Haydom in
Norway that he was interested in working at Mulbadaw only if Mulbadaw
became a Lutheran mission farm.
understand that Mulbadaw by now is a Norwegian Lutheran Mission Farm run
by a Norwegian company named “Haydom Farm and Development Limited”, a
company that seems to operate without being registered as a company
anywhere, not in Tanzania and not in Norway. Some people wonder how it
recently managed to get a Tax Identification Number without producing a
valid Company Registration Number.
HDC Ltd is, as far as I am
informed, the only company that is legally registered to own and run
Mulbadaw Farm and the Central Maintenance and Service Centre.
In this context and on this day it
might be relevant to remind our readers about the following:
HDC Ltd, registration number 50642, is legally registered for owning and
operating Mulbadaw Farm (Title no 5103 of 1979, L.O. No 44084) and CMSC
(Title 5393 of 1974, L.O. No 96526)
The two “companies” created by Friends of Haydom in Norway named
“HLH Farm and Development Limited” and “Haydom Farm and
Development Limited” are by 5th July 2010 not found to be legally
registered to operate in Tanzania.
In spite of the above, pt 2, have Friends of Haydom in Norway carried out
commercial farming at Mulbadaw during four years, using the name of Haydom
Lutheran Hospital as the employer.HLH is not a legal entity that can own
and operate a commercial farm.
The sales agreement dated 11th February 2005 between Joseph Tadayo, the
Liquidator of Mulbadaw Wheat Company Limited and Haydom Development
Company Limited (HDC) states that 52.92 % of the total purchase price was
paid by HDC.
The sales agreement dated 22nd November 2005 between Joseph Tadayo, the
Liquidator, and HDC Ltd states that 50 % of the purchase price was paid by
HDC, from our account in CRDB held by HDC Ltd., with a loan from Friends
of Haydom in Norway.
The two mentioned properties were officially handed over to HDC Ltd on
Saturday 3rd December 2005 by the Liquidator Mr Joseph Tadayo in the
presence of the Bishop of ELCT, Mbulu and the Hanang District Commissioner.
Being recognized as the rightful owner to the two mentioned properties,
HDC Ltd paid land rent in 2006 for the two mentioned farms, ref receipt no
24259334 (Farm no 50 Mulbadaw) and receipt no 24259335 (CMSC) issued by
the accounts, Hanang District
There is reason to believe that the two mentioned properties have been
paid in full. The last instalment, less than 50 % of agreed price, is paid
on an agreement (dated June 2006) between the Liquidator and HLH but
not signed by anybody employed by HLH or anybody given authority to sign
by ELCT Diocese of Mbulu, the owner of HLH. Moreover; HLH is not a legal
entity that can buy, own and run a farm.
The Title Deeds for Mulbadaw Farm and CMSC are still in the names of the
respective NAFCO Ltd companies; the Liquidator has not yet issued the
Titles to a new owner.
The Board Resolution of HDC Ltd. dated in March 2005 describes the
relationship between ELCT Diocese of Mbulu recognizing that 51 % of the
shares of HDC Ltd to be controlled by the Trustees of ELCT Diocese of