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Kenya's Strategic and “big future” Economic Relationship IS NOT with the current EAC partners

Discussion in 'Kenyan News and Politics' started by Delta4, Jun 3, 2012.

  1. Delta4

    Delta4 Senior Member

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    While Tanzania locks itself in the past, wallowing in thirty years of paranoia-driven grouses about imagined domination, so desperately blinkered by politically correct rhetorics of the Kenya's amorous intentions,--

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    East Africa and its trading bloc, the East African Community, are about to change forever,
    possibly transforming into a Greater Horn of East Africa Economic Community''.


    Torn between the East African Community and the Horn: The tale of a

    Wtz will some day wake up from their age-old self-delusional slumber to a world that have moved on without them, despite all their supposed ''beauty'' which they clutch onto like a limping wounded woman.

    Alafu mtado??
     
  2. livefire

    livefire JF-Expert Member

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    as much i would want to believe EAC was the solution to unity, some ideologies of these Tanzania nation makes her unattractive. Ofcourse dont expect an official communication from Kenya or Uganda defiling EAC but actions such as regional intergration of projects with SS and Ethiopia speaks volumes. Uganda is on record just as Kenya complaining of stalling in EAC implementation/discussions courtsey of Tanzania. Rwanda too shares the same sentiments but as the future shows it, it will be more of; Kenya, Uganda, SS and Ethiopia. If anything Tanzania has reached her 'climax' with the customs and free border movement agreement. No offence guys but Tanzania one the three founders of EAC is again the biggest impediment to a true common market and regional intergration.
    DELTA4....have you read an exerpt by one derranged fella claiming we are one and the same?
     
  3. Delta4

    Delta4 Senior Member

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    Yeah I have read, mate! Man is speaking to the legion of demons in his head, only makes sense to ''themselves''. I invited him to partake in our NHIF at Mathare on my Membership Card!!!
     
  4. livefire

    livefire JF-Expert Member

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    #word mate....i had to struggle to gather what he was saying. Talk of psychosis via the wire....and he claims to be a christian....let him visit NHIF but dont defile your membership card, bad history under your name.
     
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    Hute JF-Expert Member

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    whats so special you can not get without Tz, can't you do your things without us? why is tz so important for the kenyans to the extent of disturbing us every time blaming and complaining..... we do not want you though you are always begging us to be with you, WE ARE NOT INTERESTED, and we know we do not risk anything on that. go unite with south sudan, ethiopia, rwanda, burundi and uganda, we will go our way. sometimes i come to realize that, tz is so important for kenya to the extent that they cannot stop crying begging us to be with them. stop crying big men, just try to look for other friends, cause we are not interested at your prayers at this moment. your prayers will not be answered at this time, have a good day.
     
  6. Delta4

    Delta4 Senior Member

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    Hute, ndugu yangu, heba soma the entire article in the link quote, kwanza kabisa.

    When the Horn of Africa was hostile and unstable, Kenya's market access to COMESA was primarily through Tanzania - Uganda was saturated as a market, and also flux with ''revolutionary'' noises. At that time, Tanzania was strategically vital to Kenya's economic growth. Lakini hizo nyakati zimekwisha, bro, na sasa, soko imejaa warembo with beauty such as Tanzania never had. Ndo hiyu tuu, kaka!!

    Your wailing will need to end now, and pragmatic engagement with Eastern Africa or SADC must begin in earnest without haya majivuno ya Wtz saa zote bragging about how other Nations want them, have ill-intentions towards them.
     
  7. Kabaridi

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    Hi guys, my small three otonglos on this EA debate is as follows

    Within EAC institutional struggles btn Kenya and Tanzania's, ideological differences are also stalling the EAC from making any headway and are a culmination from small simple factors.

    One...............The simple social factors; from the kenyan "matatu" culture to the preemptive suspicions of "land-grabbing" stints by Kenyan business-men are making the EAC integration passport-less drive a nightmare hindering the rest of EAC members who are forward thinking and progressive, to realize the goals of a Integrated sociopolitical and economic bloc.

    Ironically, this are the cultural-issues that impede progress towards a common currency market driven economy and integration.

    Yet from this initiative, they have failed to realize it is not the Kenyans only who will benefit but all members of east and central Africa.

    Member countries will gain from Kenya's strengthened institutional and stable international trade history and from the Strategy for Wealth and Employment Creation.

    In the near future EAC will boast of about eight member state(Somalia, Sudan and south Sudan all applying for active membership), all naturally endowed with natural resources.

    Kenya
    continues to provide a platform for vibrant international trade and is an essentially the economic backbone for East and central African.

    Kenya's role in regional politics and economics, has a solidified importance in maintaining the cosmopolitan cultural fabric in East and Central Africa which is a key factor in driving successful international trade ...

    And not forgetting it is one of the most important and successful cities in East Africa...
     
  8. kshaka

    kshaka JF-Expert Member

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    Delta4 there was another Ugandan journalist who, a few months ago, also saw the writing on the wall;

    Forget EAC, here comes the new regional economic bloc
     
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    Delta4 Senior Member

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    Damn!! Your bad, Kshaka!! But, dammit man, that feels damn good! Real good!!

    And Wtz keep shouting with poor manners of their ''attractiveness'', blithely unaware the years have caught up with this beauty kitambo, the madiamba went south, the bobs hanging like dewsacks, the face wrinkled. Baana wee!! Makubwa hayo!
     
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    BINARY NO JF-Expert Member

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    How far have you settle with your dispute MINGIRO ISLET or you need TZ help to intervene....The problems with you Kenyaz ni ubinafsi that why tunawaogopa imagine kuna wakenya tena ni viongozi they possess a huge acres of land while ordinary kenyaz hawana and they always starve severely...KENYAZ need revolution same as what happened to some arab states then ndo mfikirie ku merge na TZ otherwise south sudan, ethiopia are there for you
     
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    Mwembetayari JF-Expert Member

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    Gold Kshaka! The future is here!
     
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