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Second Vice President Honorable Seif Ali Iddi of Zanzibar will Visit FAMU

Discussion in 'Jukwaa la Siasa' started by Lunyungu, Nov 2, 2011.

  1. Lunyungu

    Lunyungu JF-Expert Member

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    Second Vice President
Honorable Seif Ali Iddi of Zanzibar will visit FAMU November 2 and 3. On Thursday, Nov. 3, a public forum beginning at 11:15 a.m. will be held in the Lee Hall Auditorium and on Friday, Nov. 4 a roundtable discussion with various colleges and schools is scheduled from 9 a.m. to noon in the Perry-Paige Auditorium. Faculty, staff and students are invited to these sessions.

    Second Vice President
Honorable Seif Ali Iddi’s is interested in developing a partnership with FAMU as well as gaining information about FAMU’s disciplines regarding agriculture, business and engineering. The Honorable Seif Ali Idd is also interested in tourism and entering into a Sister City relationship with the City of Tallahassee.

    About Honorable Seif Ali Iddi
    Honorable Seif Ali Iddi is a member of Parliament in the National Assembly of Tanzania. He received his advance diploma course in International Relation and Diplomacy at Australian National University. From 1984 to 1989, he served as the deputy high commissioner and head of chancery for the Tanzania High Commission for the Republic of Kenya.





    Second Vice President Honorable Seif Ali Iddi
     
  2. Mwita25

    Mwita25 JF-Expert Member

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    How on earth an Advanced Diploma holder appointed to serve such a higher position? So he is at one point be expected to represent the President in international summits?
     
  3. PakaJimmy

    PakaJimmy JF-Expert Member

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    On Thursday, Nov. 3, a public forum beginning at 11:15 a.m. will be held in the Lee Hall Auditorium and on Friday, Nov. 4 a roundtable discussion with various colleges and schools is scheduled from 9 a.m. to noon in the Perry-Paige Auditorium. Faculty, staff and students are invited to these sessions
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    Too bad for him!
    Will he master the scheduled discussions, and probably punch out the possible questions thrown at him by scholars?...
    Au atataka aandikiwe maswali na aandaliwe majibu usiku kwa usiku!...
     
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    In a country where more than 75% of the population does not have a diploma, I am surprised at your remarks on the VP's education. People like you confuse formal education with political knowledge. While we all need to try and strive for higher education, it is naive to expect one's higher education to be the sole requirement for good political abilities. If one possesses enough leadership qualities and meets the basic qualification or pre-requisite to hold a high political office, one should not be critisized for it. Such person should be commended for being able to lead despite his lack of so-called "higher education". We should also commend the person who trusted him to occupy such high office, for, he saw in him what most people wouldn't. When you make a statement like this you are showing us something about yourself, which is a single-mindedness associated with those of you who keep our country in misery because of the inability to judge a good leader.
     
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    Muundo wa Muungano wa kugawana madaraka sawa na Wazanzibar ndio umepelekea kupata viongozi kutoka Zanzibar ambao hawakubahatika kusoma.

    Ukilinganisha na Tanganyika, Zanzibar hakukuwa na watu wala vyuo, na hivyo ukisoma kidogo tu ni rahisi kupata cheo kikubwa, na mifano ni mingi, Ally Hassan Mwinyi, the Karume's, Idriss Abdul Wakil, Salim Ahmed Salim, balozi wa Tanzania Egypt, India, akiwa na miaka 22 bila elimu wala ujuzi.
     
  6. Pasco_jr_ngumi

    Pasco_jr_ngumi JF-Expert Member

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    HATA KAMA MSEMEJE, ULIMWENGU WA LEO Advance diploma inaharibu sifa ya kiongozi bwana......... ina maana hakuna wasomi huko????????
     
  7. Kombo

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    Usomi ni nini?

    Msomi ni mtu wa aina gani? Wa kiwango gani cha elimu?
     
  8. Mwita25

    Mwita25 JF-Expert Member

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    Angalau kadigrii kamoko, japo hata ka kuigiza vichekesho, kutoka kwenye taasisi inayotambulika kimataifa.
     
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    Kombo JF-Expert Member

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    Amang'ana mura?
    Sikuwahi kufahamu kabla kwamba ukiwa na kadigrii kamoko unakuwa msomi.
     
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