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Saturday, May 30, 2009

TweetThis! Video: President of Tanzania, J. Kikwete at the CNN

Dynamic leader, dynamic country!
For Jakaya Kikwete growing up in Africa was tough, but his humble beginnings serve him well as president of Tanzania.
Video source: http://edition.cnn.com/video/#/video/international/2009/05/29/av.1.jakaya.kikwete.cnn

2 feedback :

Anonymous said... Sat May 30, 01:47:00 PM MST  

1.40%of the Tz.population is IV Leavers.
2.No considerable growth in private sector.
3.40% of the gorvernment budgets comes from donors.
4.Apart from Malaria and HIV-Aids, Tanzania suffers from 'dependancy cyndrome'.

'A dynamic leader,dynamic Country for the AMERICANS'

Subi said... Sat May 30, 05:27:00 PM MST  

Anonymous Sat May 30, 11:47:00 PM EAT
I really appreciate your input. It appears to me that not everybody falls into whatever 'good picture' our country is painted of by the outsiders. If only what is being said could have a meaning to the common Mwananchi.
The literacy level in our country has fallen dramatically, so much so that an average standard seven student doesn't even understand simple subtraction and addition maths. Now, how do you instill some knowledge and start to talk about investment and the importance of privatisation of things around them? Isn't that pure theft in a broad day light? Our so esteemed 'educated' leaders, how beneficial are they? What really are they doing with their 'privileged' education in helping out a fellow country mate?
Blame it on Mwananchi for not doing enough while the have leaders who aren't doing enough to educate and lead the Mwananchi in the right direction.

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