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Developing News: Jongwe Open to Talks

Discussion in 'Jukwaa la Siasa' started by Kuhani, Jun 26, 2008.

  1. Kuhani

    Kuhani JF-Expert Member

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    Mugabe: I'm 'open' to talks with opposition

    Zimbabwean leader dismisses international criticism ahead of Friday run-off

    Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi
    Associated Press
    Updated 2 hours, 33 minutes ago

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    President Robert Mugabe greets supporters in Chitungwiza,
    Zimbabwe, at his final rally before Friday's controversial runoff election.


    HARARE, Zimbabwe - Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe said Thursday that he is “open to discussion” with the opposition, which is boycotting Friday’s runoff vote.

    Opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai called Wednesday for talks on forming a transitional authority. Mugabe had until Thursday shown little interest in talks, instead focusing on the election.

    Tsvangirai, who had been the only candidate facing Mugabe, announced Sunday he was withdrawing because of state-sponsored violence.

    For the full story: http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/25382039/
     
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    Mafuchila JF-Expert Member

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    Morgan ameisaliti demokrasia, huwezi kujitoa kinyume na matakwa ya katiba, halafu watu wakakuchukulia kuwa upo serious.
     
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    Political misscalculation!
    Washaujaa mkenge wao na wakoloni wao!
    Waafrika siku hizi wanaanza kubadilika.
    Hatutaki influence za wakoloni!
    Matatizo ya Waafrika waachiwe waafrika wenyewe kwani Makaburu kuwaingilia ingilia huku ukweli ni kuwa maslahi yao ni mbele kabla ya AFRIKA kutaturudisha utumwani!
    Hivi mnajua gharama za hizo silaha zingeokoa maisha mangapi kwa kuprovide chakula,matibabu,madawa nk?
     
  4. Kuhani

    Kuhani JF-Expert Member

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    Katiba inasemaje kuhusu kujitoa?

    lol!
     
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    Fundi Mchundo JF-Expert Member

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    Same old, same old!
     
  6. Susuviri

    Susuviri JF-Expert Member

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    Jmushi1: hapa hakuna cha makaburu au wazungu, Mugabe ni FISADI namba 1!! he has enslaved his own people na waafrika tumekaa tunaangalia tu eti ukoloni mamboleo. Huyo kibabu Mugabe kapitwa na wakati, he is senile, repugnant, unsavory character! Any leader who kills, maims and tortures his people is not fit to be a leader, acha kumtukuza dictator!!!
     
  7. Nyani Ngabu

    Nyani Ngabu Platinum Member

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    Waafrika Ndivyo Tulivyo!!!! Mtu unaiba kura...unakataa matokeo....na mizengwe mingine kiiibaaaoooo....halafu unasema uko tayari kwa mazungumzo!!! Mazungumzo gani na ya nini wakati kila mtu anajua hukushinda uchaguzi. Mijitu mingine uungwana is a foreign concept kabisa. Yaani mijitu hata haya haina. Halafu baada ya hayo mazungumzo...Changirai anapewa umakamu wa raisi au uwaziri mkuu.....halafu kimya....humsikii tena....Waafrika Ndivyo Tulivyo!!!!
     
  8. Susuviri

    Susuviri JF-Expert Member

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    Don't give up on our race! Tunajitahidi! But sometimes kweli tunakatisha tamaa! Kwa mfano kumpigia debe mass murderer eti ukoloni mamboleo?!
     
  9. Nyani Ngabu

    Nyani Ngabu Platinum Member

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    I have not given up. I'm just reminding people who are in denial about the truth by pointing it out. That's all. I don't relish saying 'Waafrika Ndivyo Tulivyo' but what else can I say after everything that's going on the continent? Wars all over the damn place...hunger...diseases....famine.....ethnic cleansing.....you name it. Why Africa, why? Baada ya Kenya, sasa Zimbabwe, afuataye sijui atakuwa nani? Do we ever learn anything?
     
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    Susuviri JF-Expert Member

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    That's a philosophical question that has been discussed by many but I think until we do not learn to be honest with ourselves hakuna jipya. Tatizo ni unafiki wetu! Tunaogopana, si tu Bongo hata huko Zimbabwe, Kenya, AU. Sasa tunapovumilia na kuchekeana even when we are pssed of by the time tunachoka tuna overreact. That is very sad and we really need to learn our lesson. democracy is great for venting your frustration and channeling your anger - angalia huko thread ya Obama tunavyolumbana kwa maneno lakini ukitoka pale mnaenda bar kunywa pamoja. Lakini mnapokuwa wanafiki na kila saa kumpigia makofi politely kiongozi wenu na vyombo vya habari kumtukuza basi utakuta watu wakienda baa wanapigana, mume anamchoma mke wake kisu na kumchoma moto mwizi etc.
    Mugabe ameleta reign of terror in Zimbabwe stifling any dissent, itakapolipuka itakuwa Rwanda!
     
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