Hon. Philipo Augustino Mulugo -- Deputy Minister of Education and Vocational Training, Tanzania, speaking on Education for Employment, Developing Skills for Vocation at the Innovation Africa Summit - 5th-7th October 2012 at the Westin Hotel, Cape Town, South Africa.The forum was supported by the Government of South Africa and co-hosted by AfricanBrains and the University of the Western Cape. From Hon Mulugo's speech https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=e3BNegmIUKM, I have the following to point out: 1. Mulugo, you may not be able to speak the English language very well BUT NEVER GET THE FACTS WRONG! Tanzania sio zao la nchi mbili- Tanganyika na visiwa vya Zanzibar (vilivyoundwa na ZIMBABWE na Pemba) 2. Whover prepares Mulugo's Speeches MUST stop now. This speech writter is leading the Deputy Minister astray! And Mulugo, next time, you may find it beneficial to spend quality time going through your speeches before presenting them. 3.Mulugo, what did your speech tell me about Tanzania that I dont know already or cant find out from the Internet? 4.Mulugo, the aspect of a speech is two folds: Content and Feel. Your speech's content was awful and the feel none-the-better. Your speech felt as coming from Non-confident, strained,uncertain, begger-like Minister. Actually, I should have expected it to feel as coming from a confident, focused, well informed, determined Minister of Education! 5.Last but not least, you may like to brush your English language proficiency in which case I dont expect to hear things like 'One- Nineteen Sixty Four meaning 1964 in your future speeches. Also, you may wish to watch the way you pronounce 'Tanzania', because being an Education Minister from Tanzania, you are the last person we expect to blotch the pronounciation. Thank you for reading and I hope next time you will put the advice into practice.