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Mafisadi: Don't want Balali back

Discussion in 'Jukwaa la Siasa' started by Shukurani, Feb 1, 2008.

  1. Shukurani

    Shukurani JF-Expert Member

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    EASY FRIDAY: No big fish wants Ballali back




    SIMONI MKINA
    DAR ES SALAAM

    THE Tanzanian skies are filled with cries. Adam’s sons and daughters are crying every minute because they are starving.

    They cry because their children are going without food. No good education. Not enough clean water. Not enough medication and not enough money to buy anything.

    Tears do not help as salty water continues to flow down their cheek. No one to sacrifice his/her handkerchief to clean our faces.

    One bin-Adam has tried to draw his piece of cloth to swab our tears, but failure is obvious, as one hand cannot do for 35,000,000-plus individuals.

    No one gives a helping hand for the job, as they are happy seeing others suffer for their benefit. Is that bin-Adam Jakaya Kikwete? Read this column next week to see who is that.

    I?m seeing those who are happy rubbing shoulders in town and in pubs raising their glasses full of wine for being sure that Daudi Ballali will not be brought back to open the Pandora box which has a lot of corrupt deeds.

    They know that each one of them is part and parcel of that EPA fraud at our Bank of Tanzania and that Ballali’s return exposes them. They don’t want that to take place at all.

    Some ministers, some ruling party top officials, and those we see as tycoons were involved in the spree to steal our money.

    They are now busy making sure that Ballali is not coming back to Tanzania alive. And am told Ballali himself and his family understand that. They are giving him maximum protection; handling him with care as if he were brittle.


    Swindlers want Ballali to come back dead so that his lips would not be able to say a word that could alter their situation.

    It is a pity knowing that many swindlers in the group of BoT scandal are our kin and kith. They are eating our fresh while we are still alive. They have got satanic hearts. Shame on them!

    In this jungle of corruption, some may argue with justification that high-ranking officials dealing with EPA would be victims of political armed robbery. If so, it would be a matter of semantic sophistry trying to argue the difference between political armed (Corruption for that matter) robbery and the routine armed robbery.

    Am told that these officials were blackmailed when they signed a contract that facilitated the withdrawal of our money from government coffers to help one political party campaign in the last general elections.

    The BoT scandal, in my view, is but the greatest abuse of power since Tanzania’s independence.

    Going by the various reports in the media, the BoT scandal is gargantuan not only in size, but also in terms of the figures involved. It really hurts!

    Now it is high time President Kikwete made sure that all those involved in the scandal are brought before the law no matter how high he/ she is or was in the government.

    Because they are the ones who make our country poor despite its enormous natural wealth.

    The country is ranked among the world’s 10 poorest nations with half of its population living on less than a dollar a day; all because of corrupt individuals we know very well.
     
  2. BAK

    BAK JF-Expert Member

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    EASY FRIDAY: No big fish wants Ballali back

    SIMONI MKINA
    DAR ES SALAAM
    THIS DAY

    THE Tanzanian skies are filled with cries. Adam’s sons and daughters are crying every minute because they are starving.

    They cry because their children are going without food. No good education. Not enough clean water. Not enough medication and not enough money to buy anything.

    Tears do not help as salty water continues to flow down their cheek. No one to sacrifice his/her handkerchief to clean our faces.

    One bin-Adam has tried to draw his piece of cloth to swab our tears, but failure is obvious, as one hand cannot do for 35,000,000-plus individuals.

    No one gives a helping hand for the job, as they are happy seeing others suffer for their benefit. Is that bin-Adam Jakaya Kikwete? Read this column next week to see who is that.

    I?m seeing those who are happy rubbing shoulders in town and in pubs raising their glasses full of wine for being sure that Daudi Ballali will not be brought back to open the Pandora box which has a lot of corrupt deeds.

    They know that each one of them is part and parcel of that EPA fraud at our Bank of Tanzania and that Ballali’s return exposes them. They don’t want that to take place at all.

    Some ministers, some ruling party top officials, and those we see as tycoons were involved in the spree to steal our money.

    They are now busy making sure that Ballali is not coming back to Tanzania alive. And am told Ballali himself and his family understand that. They are giving him maximum protection; handling him with care as if he were brittle.


    Swindlers want Ballali to come back dead so that his lips would not be able to say a word that could alter their situation.

    It is a pity knowing that many swindlers in the group of BoT scandal are our kin and kith. They are eating our fresh while we are still alive. They have got satanic hearts. Shame on them!

    In this jungle of corruption, some may argue with justification that high-ranking officials dealing with EPA would be victims of political armed robbery. If so, it would be a matter of semantic sophistry trying to argue the difference between political armed (Corruption for that matter) robbery and the routine armed robbery.

    Am told that these officials were blackmailed when they signed a contract that facilitated the withdrawal of our money from government coffers to help one political party campaign in the last general elections.

    The BoT scandal, in my view, is but the greatest abuse of power since Tanzania’s independence.

    Going by the various reports in the media, the BoT scandal is gargantuan not only in size, but also in terms of the figures involved. It really hurts!

    Now it is high time President Kikwete made sure that all those involved in the scandal are brought before the law no matter how high he/ she is or was in the government.

    Because they are the ones who make our country poor despite its enormous natural wealth.

    The country is ranked among the world’s 10 poorest nations with half of its population living on less than a dollar a day; all because of corrupt individuals we know very well.



     
  3. Mpaka Kieleweke

    Mpaka Kieleweke JF-Expert Member

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    ni kweli ila wanapaswa kuelewa kuwa hata wakina Pinochet walijikuta mikononi mwa sheria na hawa wasifikiri wapo salama hata kidogo tutawaweka kwenye mikono salama ya sheria na jela walizojenga na kukataa kuzikarabati watakaa humo humo bila kuonewa huruma hata kidogo.
     
  4. Mwiba

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    Balali kama ni mkweli na labda ataogopa kupoteza maisha basi afanye kama vile Osama Ben Laden ,yaani awe anarecodi na kuziweka hapa JF au kule kwa Mwanakijiji ,yaani itatosha kabisa kutetemesha na kuchukua hatua ,si marekani anazitumia zile kideo kuwapiga wengine misaili.
    Yaani aweke na wahusika kabisa na awaachie wananchi watende upande wao,alafu stakazi aziweke kwenye mtandao kwa pdf.Itatosha kabisa ,yeye akae huko huko mpaka wausika wakuu akisikia wapo nyuma ya vyuma.
     
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