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new company group coming to dar es salam

Discussion in 'Biashara, Uchumi na Ujasiriamali' started by mano_free, Sep 2, 2009.

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    mano_free New Member

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    dear ladies and gentlemen,
    hello folks,

    we are actually coming to dar es salam and looking out for unemployed skiled personal, who want to:
    - work for us at head office
    - help woking on buildsite of a huge upwind power plant together with MAN Ferrostahl
    - work on buildsite of international train connection dar es salam-dodoma-bujumbura-kigali with regional or german ice train type trains including renewable energy motors
    - installing nation wide wimax even for governmental usage!
    - introducing a public transport system at dar es salam including a working bus transport system with busses incl. electric motors and a security sytem preventing theft!!!
    - eventually building a subway and/tram system

    we are directly working together with worldbank at bonn an dgerman,london as well as tanzanian kfw.

    even the unskilled have a chance to work foir us angd get payed.

    in any case you would like to work with and for us please send your application to info@manogroup.biz and dont forget to include a facepic and a small summary of reference.

    kind regards

    markus noerenberg
    young prof dr eng,rer-oec
    global director manogroup
    dar es salam - accra - london - berlin
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    S. S. Phares JF-Expert Member

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    Hivi kwa nini hawa matapeli huwa hawanaga aibu??
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    Sikonge JF-Expert Member

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    Mkuu kwa nini waita matapeli? Hakuna ukweli katika waliloandika au kampuni lenyewe ni feki. Hebu tupeni nyepesi nyepesi kabla hatujajiingiza huko kichwa kichwa. Ila sijui kama na wao wanadai pesa kabla.

    Kwa hali ilivyo nchi za magharibi, wengi wenye hela zao wanaweza kuanza kuja kuziwekeza Afrika maana bara hili halikupigwa sana na homa ya uchumi. Hivyo kuanza kunyenyuka inakuwa rahisi kuliko kwao na huko karibu kila kitu kipo sasa wewe sijui uwekeza wapi? Ushindane na baba yako FIAT? Anyway yetu macho tusubiri tuone.
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    MaxShimba JF-Expert Member

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    Dhahabu na alimasi zinang'ara kweli kweli.

    Richmond nyinge hiyo. lol.

    Hivi hawa jamaa wanafikiri kila mtu ni punguwani kama wao?

    MAMA POROJO JF-Expert Member

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    Yaani watu hata kuandika kumewashinda wanataka kuleta longolongo kubwa?