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Pesa ya RADAR kujenga vyoo....Hahahaa! viongozi wa Tz bwana

Discussion in 'Jukwaa la Siasa' started by JUKUMU, Dec 7, 2011.

  1. JUKUMU

    JUKUMU Member

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    "Minister Bernard Membe repeatedly said the government was intending to use the recovered money to build schools’ latrines and make various improvements in the education sector." - yaani pesa zote hizi zitatumika kujenga VYOO? Tuache masihara!

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    ‘‘ We are looking forward to allocating the cash to the ministry of Education and Vocational Training,” Mr MustafaMkulo, FInance and economic affairs minister​
    By The Citizen Reporter
    Dar es Salaam. Tanzania has finally received Sh73.8 billion from the BAE Systems, being excessive amount the country paid to the UK Company in 2001 for a military radar deal.The minister for Finance and Economic Affairs, Mr Mustafa Mkulo, told The Citizen yesterday that the cash has already been deposited in the Bank of Tanzania (BoT) account in a UK bank.Without giving a specific date, Mr Mkulo only said that the cash would be transferred to Dar es Salaam “as soon as possible.”

    The news comes only a week after a section of UK lawmakers queried why it was taking so long for BAE Systems to give back the money as per decision by the UK Serious Fraud Office (SFO) after it was established that Tanzania was made to overpay for the radar.In 2001, Tanzanian government bought the military standard radar equipment at a cost of $44 million (£ 39.5 million) from UK’s BAE systems.

    Earlier in February 2011 the British MPs demanded that BAE Systems pay the Tanzanian government the ex-gratia of £29.5 million (Sh73.8 billion) in full and immediately or face legal action.

    BAE, a British defence company, agreed to make compensation of the sum as part of a settlement with the SFO.
    Explaining on the spending plan, Mr Mkullo said the government would allocate the money to the ministry of Education and Vocational Training to address a number of challenges in the education sector.

    “We are looking forward to allocating the cash to the ministry of Education and Vocational Training, this is one of the conditions we agreed with the British government at the time we were negotiating on how the money should be used,” said Mr Mkulo. According to Mr Mkulo, the ministry for Education and Vocational Training has already submitted the business plan on the use of the money.

    “The ministry has already identified challenges and problems, which need to be solved, the document has been submitted and we are looking forward to channelling the money to solve the problems,” said Mr Mkulo.

    Mr Mkulo said the final decision on the allocation plan would be reached after a meeting that will bring together the three key parties: the ministry of Education and Vocational Training, ministry for Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation as well as the British High Commissioner office in the country.

    “We expect to get the approval on the use of the money after the meeting of the three parties, we hope the cash will help to solve problems in the education sector,” he said.

    Mr Mkulo said the government was confident that the money would help to reduce teachers’ complaints, teaching aid and curb shortage of teachers houses.
    “The education sector faces many challenges, at the same time it’s a key sector to the development of the country, we are waiting for the meeting with the British High Commissioner’s office to enable us to move ahead with our plans,” said the Minister.

    Earlier, BAE had agreed to pay the cash through civil societies, a decision that lead to serious debate in the country on who was entitled to make a decision on the money that belonged to Tanzanians.

    The government through the ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation dismissed the conditions being raised by UK civic organisations saying Tanzanians had the right to decide on how to use their money.

    Minister Bernard Membe repeatedly said the government was intending to use the recovered money to build schools’ latrines and make various improvements in the education sector.

    Mr Membe strongly insisted that the government would not allow the money to be channelled through charity organisations or any British NGOs, commissioned by BAE Systems, to operate in the country.
    In November 2010 the UK’s Department for International Development (DfID) and the Tanzanian government drew up plans on how to use the money.
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  2. Daudi Mchambuzi

    Daudi Mchambuzi JF-Expert Member

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    Zile za EPA zilijengewa nini??
     
  3. IrDA

    IrDA JF-Expert Member

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    amesema vyoo na shule..we unataka zifanye niini hebu tujuze??
     
  4. p

    punainen-red JF-Expert Member

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    Ile ilitumika kuhudumia nyumba ndogo kwa mahitaji madogomadogo, kama kwenda saluni nk! Umeelewa?! Usirudie tena kuuliza maswali ya kichokonozi kama haya..lol
     
  5. King'asti

    King'asti JF-Expert Member

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    zilitumika kujenga matumbo
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  6. King'asti

    King'asti JF-Expert Member

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    looking at this face, it has 'silly' written all over it!
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  7. BONGOLALA

    BONGOLALA JF-Expert Member

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    Matundu ya vyoo 4 watajenga kwa 700m kama walivyojenga bagamoyo!ufisadi mtupu!wajenge nyumba za waalimu na madawati
     
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    Nzowa Godat JF-Expert Member

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    Zile za EPA "walikulia" ubwabwa kwa mama lishe, sasa haja kubwa imewataiti, wamekumbuka umuhimu wa vyoo.
     
  9. Shine

    Shine JF-Expert Member

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    Tanzania bana
     
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