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Cyprus officials resign after naval base blast kills 12 (Gongolamboto blast leaders still in power?)

Discussion in 'International Forum' started by pascaldaudi, Jul 11, 2011.

  1. pascaldaudi

    pascaldaudi JF-Expert Member

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    Great thinker, inasikitisha sana pale viongozi wa umma wanapokosa uwajibikaji. Hii inshu ya cyprus imetokea ktk mazingira kama ya Gongolamboto and the like, lakini viongozi wamewajibika bila hata kuchukua muda wa kuanza kubishana na vyombo vya habari. Nadhani tatizo ni vioingozi kudhani wao wamezaliwa kuwa viongozi bali si kuwatumikia wananchi.
    Source: State radio: Cyprus officials resign after naval base blast kills 12 - CNN.com
     
  2. BONGOLALA

    BONGOLALA JF-Expert Member

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    Mzee mwinyi ndie alithubutu alipokuwa waziri wa mambo ya ndani enzi zile!tanzania uongozi ni ajira kwa manufaa ya familia si umma wala taifa
     
  3. chitambikwa

    chitambikwa JF-Expert Member

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    naye alilazimishwa na mzee.

    Sokoine pekee aliugua akajiuzuru,akapona akarudishwa kazini
     
  4. Tuyuku

    Tuyuku JF-Expert Member

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    wenzetu wamekufa watu 12 jamaa wamejiuzulu....sisi huku walikazania kudanganya idadi ya watu
     
  5. ubun2

    ubun2 Senior Member

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    Having the Min. of Defense still in power after the tragedy of the Gongolamboto blasts sends a message of a government not willing to enforce any kind of responsibility/accountability on its own officials. Mwinyi should have done the right thing by resigning OR President Kikwete should have asked him to step down. The fact that the MoD is still sitting in his Minister chair is indicative of a leadership that has no regard for the rule of law/ no ethical/moral compass by which to protect and serve the people of the country. Truly shameful! That some leaders in power are only there to serve their best friends and look after their own self interests.
     
  6. Sijali

    Sijali JF-Expert Member

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    And....from being a medical doctor to minister of defence! Only in Bongoland, the land of the one-eyed people!
     
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