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EATV/Radio waanzisha kipindi kuelimisha vijana washiriki uchaguzi

Discussion in 'Uchaguzi Tanzania' started by MAMA POROJO, Aug 12, 2010.

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    MAMA POROJO JF-Expert Member

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    East Africa's leading youth channel - East Africa Television (EATV/Radio) - yesterday launched a special campaign which aims at educating youths on the importance of participating in the forthcoming general election.

    Speaking in Dar es Salaam yesterday, campaign co-ordinator Alex Galinoma said it would be conducted live each Wednesday night through a popular programme known as 5-Connect.

    He said the campaign, which would go by the name of ‘Kijana Acha Kulalamika, Tumia Kura Yako,’ encourages youths to stop complaining and instead, use their vote to elect leaders of their choice. Galinoma said that his station had conducted a random survey which showed that most youths in universities and streets were not interested in voting, though they had registered.

    “We want to encourage youths to vote for leaders of their choice so that they don’t complain when they miss some important social services. We want them to understand that every single vote makes a difference,” explained Galinoma.

    He said the survey showed that most youths who registered to vote did so with the intention of acquiring identity cards, which they use for different activities such as SIM card registration and banking services.

    Galinoma said that starting next month and October, they would be running a campaign dubbed ‘Uchaguzi Express’ planned to run twice a week. He said there would be different guests invited to take part in the show.

    Elaborating, he said EATV/Radio was not campaigning for any political party or convincing youths to vote for certain candidates, stressing that all it wanted was for the youths to participate in voting.

    SOURCE: THE GUARDIAN
     
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    OgwaluMapesa JF-Expert Member

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    wafundisheni na clouds ili waache majungu yao na kijikomba CCM
     
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    Sumbalawinyo JF-Expert Member

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    Clouds si ni masharobaro tu kama Kikwete
     
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    Please don't teach them how to vote!! Just teach them that their votes do count towards the their own future, and let them decide on how to cast their votes. Using old images from genocidal Rwanda as propaganda material will not only harm the electoral process, but also will be disservice to the population at large and an insult to the progressive Rwandans who have made significant economic and social progress than us in the last fifteen years.
     
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    Dopas JF-Expert Member

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    Kwa vile vyombo vya habari 'sirikali' kama TBC, ambavyo kimsingi vyapaswa kutoa fursa sawa kwa wote, vimeegemea kwenye ulaji kwa mwajiri wao-ccm, hivyo kuviacha vyama vingine au kuvipa mwanya mdogo sana kama ilivyotokea kwenye mikutano ya udhamini wa mgombea urais wa Chadema.

    Naupongeza uongozi wa IPP kwa jitihada za kutoa mwanya zaidi wa kuelimisha jamii kuhusu uchaguzi, hasa wakiwalenga vijana. Vijana ndio watakaoamua nani aikomboe nchi hii kutoka mikono ya mafisadi. Natumaini vijana watahamasishwa zaidi kujiandikisha ili wawe na 'silaha ya vita' muda ukifika
     
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    Malunde-Malundi JF-Expert Member

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    Good;
     
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