Kikwete pamoja na weakness zake ni lazima tukubaliane kwamba ana personality nzuri sana, kwa namna nyingine anaonekana kama president. Ingawa kikwete hana kipaji cha akili kama Obama au Mkapa personality yake inamsaidia sana na kumuezesha kuweka urafiki na viongozi wa nje. Kuna wale tuliokuwa tunashangaa je ni kwa nini Kikwete akai nyumbani kutatua matatizo na badala yake anasafiri tu, nimepata jibu mwaka huu. Agenda ya kikwete ni kuomba misaada kwasababu amegundua hana uwezo wa mipango na uongozi lakini anakipaji cha kupendwa na kuwa na personality nzuri. Hakuna hata mradi mmoja alioanzisha kikwete hata huu wa afya ni Mkapa lakini kwa sababu Mkapa hana personality nzuri kama VP Cheney hata uwezo wake wa fikra na kipaji cha akini lakini hawapendwi. Kwa miaka hii ya media, video na picha image ya raisi inasaidia sana tunachoomba kikwete asiongee sana na badala yake aachie washauri maana anatoa pumba sana. US Doctors for Africa award goes to JK President Jakaya Kikwete President Jakaya Kikwetes efforts in promoting and executing sound and practical health programmes in Tanzania on Wednesday made him become the first African Head of State to receive a US Doctors for Africa award. US Doctors for Africa Founder and Executive Chairman Ted Alemayhu presented the award to the President, who is on an eight-day official tour of the US, at a dinner party in Los Angeles. The dinner was hosted by the US Doctors for Africa and the Los Angeles World Affairs Council (LAWAC) and Alemayhu applauded the President, saying: When President Kikwete speaks, the whole African continent listens. I accept this award with all my heart and with great respect not only for my recognition but as a sign of recognising the efforts made by Tanzanians and their leaders and our friends all over the world in extending health services, the President said, as he received the award. He elaborated on the efforts made by his administration in improving health services in the country, including implementing a ten-year health development programme and significantly boosting the health budget. President Kikwete had earlier had an audience with American tycoon Elliot Broidy, who hinted on his intention to establish projects in Tanzanias special economic zone. The President was later yesterday expected to have talks with his host, US President Barack Obama at the White Houses Oval Office in Washington, DC. Their talks would centre on, among other things, global challenges like the global financial crisis and instability in Africa.