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Biashara ya Madawa ya Kulevya Tanzania: Who is Pulling the Strings?

Discussion in 'Jukwaa la Siasa' started by Mdau, Sep 2, 2010.

  1. Mdau

    Mdau JF-Expert Member

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    1. Majina aliyopelekewa Rais "yamepotea"?

    2. Je, ni kweli kwamba "ilikua ni unofficial census" kuwajua washiriki?

    3. Je, ni kweli kwamba wahusika ni wakubwa sana, hawawezi kujikamata?

    4. Je, ni kweli kwamba kuna mtoto wa kigogo "mzito sana" ndiye kinara kwa sasa?

    Wadau, kuna habari za ndani sana kwamba mambo 3 kati ya hayo 4 hapo juu yana ukweli kabisa, na biashara ya unga kwa sasa imekua 'controlled' and 'centralized' mara baada ya sensa..mbaya zaidi,pesa yake inaingizwa katika mzunguko wa kugharamia shughuli za baadhi ya vyama vya siasa kwa sasa...yeyote mwenye habari zaidi, azimwage hapa.......
     
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    Mwenye majibu ya maswali yako (ana majina YOTE) ni Rais Kikwete... Simwongopei, kama huamini angalia mwenyewe kakiri hapa
     
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    JK zeroes in on drug barons .Govt forms secret task force to probe drug millionaires

    Source: http://thisday.co.tz/News/976.html

    THISDAY REPORTER
    Dar es Salaam

    THE government has formed a secret task force to investigate and act on all drug syndicate operations in Tanzania, THISDAY can reveal.

    This follows a pledge by President Jakaya Kikwete to deal decisively with the influx of drugs and 'dirty money' into the country.

    Sources within the government confirmed that the task force is already operating round the clock in collaboration with several international institutions.

    ''The team is a combination of highly credible officers from the police force, the intelligence and Government Chemist Laboratory Agency. They also have full support from International Police (Interpol),'' sources said.

    According to our sources, the team is currently working on the list of top drug dealers and traffickers which some 'Good Samaritans' presented to President Kikwete mid this year.

    The sources add that the team is already investigating links to the list of shame that includes, among them, senior government officials, prominent politicians, top clerics and businessmen magnates.

    As well as the suspected dealers, the team is also investigating all possible peddling routes through which the drugs come into the country.

    ''The team is backed by detectives who have already interrogated some influential people in Dar es Salaam,'' the source said in confidence.

    President Kikwete has admitted that the use of narcotic drugs should be checked immediately, and has since confirmed that he has started acting on a dossier that contains details on how the drugs syndicate operates in Tanzania.

    The President revealed this during a recent meeting with editors early last month, at which he assured Tanzanians that the government would tackle the problem from the grassroots level.

    Sources said the government is investigating the alleged drug barons making millions from high-quality imports of cannabis, cocaine and heroin direct from Malawi, Pakistan and Afghanistan before re-exporting the bounty abroad through their syndicated routes.

    ''The rapid growth of the market is creating overnight multi-millionaires who invest their newfound wealth in other areas of criminality. Most of them are close or within the political system, they are very strong and some even call themselves 'untouchable', but this time they are in for it, they are no longer safe, not at all,'' our police sources confirm.

    The Inspector General of Police, Said Mwema, is in the process of reforming the Anti-Narcotic Drugs Unit. He recently appointed a new commander, Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP), Godfrey Nzowa to replace SSP Afwilile Mponi, who has been transferred to police headquarters to be assigned other duties.

    SSP Mponi's tenure was tainted early this year when millions worth of drugs were stolen while under police custody at the anti-drugs unit at Kilwa Road in Dar es Salaam.

    1. Hawa wafanyabiashara hasa wenye asili ya KIASIA wanatoa wapi kiburi cha kumwaga pesa zao bila break, wakati mwingine wakiwapanga foleni wagombea wa nafasi za kisiasa???

    2. Watoto wa wakubwa wapo kwenye biashara, mbona tunanyamaza Watz???

    3. Lini Rais atayapeleka majina kwa DPP afungue mashtaka???

    NB: NAOMBA MWENYE UWEZO WA KUTAFSIRI RANGI AFANYE HIVYO KWA KILA MANENO YENYE RANGI MBALIMBALI HAPO JUU....
     
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