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Silence in strong issues

Discussion in 'Habari na Hoja mchanganyiko' started by Kamuna, May 31, 2009.

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    Kamuna JF-Expert Member

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    Silence in issue we ought to speak strongly against, may mean agreement, participation or both. Tanzanians at different levels of social strata has tendency to remain silence in issue that we really ought to speak against. I have noticed this in churches, in schools, colleges, at working place, in the parliament and many other place to mention a few!I firmly believe this to be utterly wrong. May question to this forum and all esteemed members-what need to be done for us to be able to speak against issues we need to speak against!I understand that there are some people that have tried to raise up their voice but as far as i know that has not been the cultural norm. Nawasilisha!
     
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    skasuku Senior Member

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    Expand on your assumptions! It would help if you could highlight a couple of examples to go with what you are saying. It will make it easier for us to contribute purposfully...!
     
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