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Friday, August 28, 2015

SIO GHARIKA, SIO MAFURIKO, SIO SUNAMI, BALI NI KIAMA JANGWANI LEO JUMAAMOSI (ASTAGHFIRULLAH)!

Default Sio gharika, sio mafuriko, sio sunami, bali ni kiama jangwani leo jumaamosi!

 By JF Senior Expert Member
Mapema jana Ijumaa nilipiga simu nyumbani Kibirinzi, Chake Chake, Pemba, ili kuwapa hongera kwa kiwanja cha watoto kufunguliwa rasmi na Rais Dr Shein, mara nikapewa nizungumze nae rafiki yangu wa zamani ambae anaishi DSM kaenda nyumbani kwa weekend. La mwanzo nikamuuliza, je, umekimbia GHARIKA ya kesho (yaani leo Jumaamosi) huko Jangwani? Akaniambia kuwa….”sio gharika, sio mafuriko na wala sio sunami, bali itakuwa ni KIAMA hio kesho huko Jangwani, kwani watu mara 5 ya wale waliofika kwenye ufunguzi wa kampeni ya CCM wanategemewa kufika”. Nilikata simu hapo hapo na kuanza kufikiria huyu Lowassa anakitu gani cha zaidi cha kuwavutia wananchi kama hivi? Najua jibu nitalipata hio tarehe 25 October, 2015 na kwa sasa msinijibu kitu!

JOHN POMBE MAGUFULI!


'Pak nuclear arsenal set to be world's third-biggest'

Pakistan has 120 nuclear heads while India has around 100.
(Reuters)
The report by the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and the Stimson Centre states that Pakistan is rapidly expanding its nuclear capabilities owing to a fear of Indian aggression.

Pakistan could have at least 350 nuclear weapons within the next five to 10 years, making it the world's third-largest nuclear stockpile, US media quoting a new report produced by two American think tanks reported on Thursday.

The report by the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and the Stimson Centre states that Pakistan is rapidly expanding its nuclear capabilities owing to a fear of Indian aggression.

However, Pakistan is far outpacing India in the development of nuclear warheads, the report adds. According to estimates, Pakistan has 120 nuclear heads while India has around 100.

Further, the report said Pakistan could be building up to 20 nuclear warheads annually.

"The growth path of Pakistan's nuclear arsenal, enabled by existing infrastructure, goes well beyond the assurances of credible minimal deterrence provided by Pakistani officials and analysts after testing nuclear devices."

Radar detects object believed to be missing Nazi gold train

The potential site where a Nazi gold train is believed to be hidden, near the city of Walbrzych, Poland.
(AP)
Local lore says a German train filled with gold, gems and armaments went missing around the city of Walbrzych while it was fleeing the Red Army in the spring of 1945.

A Polish official said on Friday he has seen an image made by ground-penetrating radar that seemed to prove the discovery of an armoured Nazi train missing in southwestern Poland since World War II.

Local lore says a German train filled with gold, gems and armaments went missing around the city of Walbrzych while it was fleeing the Red Army in the spring of 1945. Fortune-hunters have looked for the so-called "gold train" for decades, and in the communist era, the Polish army and security services carried out apparently fruitless searches for it.

During the war, the Germans built a system of underground tunnels in the mountainous region of Walbrzych and the city of Wroclaw, from where the train is believed to have departed. The area was German territory at the time, but became part of Poland when the war ended.

Recently, a Pole and a German, acting through lawyers, told local authorities they had found an armoured train with valuables in a disused tunnel and demanded a financial reward.

Nyumba yateketea na kuua watu tisa Buguruni kwa Malapa

Nyumba hii imeungua juzi usiku, mwenye nyumba amepoteza mke, watoto wanne, mama mkwe na wageni watatu walikuja kumtembelea, Jumla watu 9 



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Moto ulianza kuwaka saa 9 vijana wawili wanaokadiriwa kuwa na umri wa miaka 16 Aisha na Ahmed walisimama Mlangoni kuomba Msaada walifungua mlango mbao ukabaki wa Grill ambao walishindwa kuufungua majirani akiwemo Salama Ally Mjumbe wa Malapa wakawaaambia Aisha na Ahmed leteni funguo Aisha na Ahmed wakaleta funguo lakini majirani wakashindwa kufungua kwani geti la Grill lilikua limeshika moto.

Baaada ya jitahidi za kuokoa na kujiokoa kushindikana ndipo watu wote tisa waliopo ndani wakaamua kukaaa chumbani kwa Bibi yao anaeitwa Bim Mdogo na Bim Mdogo akawakumbatia na huo ndo ukawa Mwisho wa uhai wao.

Waliofariki ni:

Samira - Mama mwenye nyumba
Aisha - Mtoto
Ahmed - Mtoto
Abdallah
Ashraph
Bim Mdogo - Bibi
Wadh ha na mwanae walikuja kutembea akiwa na mfanyakazi wake wa kike.

Lowassa alivyoingia mitaani Dar es salaam (Day 1)


Mgombea Urais wa UKAWA 2015 Edward Lowassa alianza ziara ya kuingia mitaani Dar es salaam Aug 24 2015 ili kukutana na Wananchi uso kwa uso na kusikiliza matatizo yao, lakini sasa amepigwa marufuku kufanya ziara kama hizo.

Tanzanians given scholarships in China

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BILATERAL and warm relations existing between Tanzania and China has benefitted more Tanzanians to enjoy 179 scholarships in various studies in the Far East Asia nation.

The scholarships supported by the Chinese government have been facilitated through the Chinese Embassy in the country. Beneficiaries will undertake graduate and post graduate studies majoring on areas of priorities as preferred by the ministry of education and vocational training including science courses.

Speaking at the send-off ceremony held in Dar es Salaam to Tanzanians who are set to travel to China for their studies, Chinese deputy ambassador to Tanzania Mr Zhang Biao said the embassy will keep on supporting governments’ efforts to boost education in the county.

“These 179 scholarships is a direct reflection of the bilateral relationship and a clear testimony to the quality of experience that this friendship can offer,” he said.

According to him, the education and overall experience that one receives from China can make a life-long contribution to the growth and development of each side.