Bibi Titi Mohammed biography: Bibi Titi Mohammed was a political figure from Tanzania.
Bibi Titi Mohammed Political Career, Achievements and Death
Bibi Titi Mohammed was born in 1926 in Dar Es Salaam.
Bibi Titi Mohammed played a huge role in fighting for Tanzania’s independence. In 1969, Bibi Titi was arrested along with four others and charged with an attempt to overthrow the government. She was sentenced to life imprisonment and in 1972, she received a presidential pardon. Bibi Titi played a significant role in the formation of Tanganyika African National Union (TANU). Bibi Titi was the leader of TANU’s women’s wing called Umoja wa Wanawake wa Tanzania (UWT).
During Tanzania’s celebration of 30 years of independence in 1991, Bibi Titi was featured in the ruling party’s paper as “A Heroine of Uhuru (Freedom) Struggle”. One of Dar Es Salaam’s key roads is named after her in honour of her significant contribution towards Tanzania’s contribution.
Bibi Titi Mohammed was a member and co-founder of Tanzania African National Union(TANU).
Bibi Titi Mohammed died on November 5, 2000 at Net Care Hospital in Johannesburg where she was had been admitted.