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Speech ya Kikwete Davos- World Economic Forum--Tatizo nini?

Discussion in 'Jukwaa la Siasa' started by zeus, Feb 3, 2012.

  1. zeus

    zeus JF-Expert Member

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    Katika Mkutano huu, Rais Zuma, JK, Melles, Raila Odinga na rais wa Guinea walipewa nafasi kuchangia nini hasa kifanyike ili Afrika iweze kupiga hatua....Jk kwa kweli lionyesha kutojua anachosema mwanzoni, kwa sababu pengine hakuwa anajiamini, hasa baada ya wenzake kumtangulia kutoa pointi za msingi. Sijui tatizo la mh wetu ni kutojiamini au kutofahamishwa vizuri . Wakati mwingine anatafuna maneno au anasema vitu ambavyo haviendani.....Hebu soma na uangali video pia. Maneno yenye rangi nyekundu ni makosa yake mwenyewe. Blue ni maneno ambayo hayana maana ya msingi kwa wasikilizaji wake.


    Swali.What are going to be the forces of change to improve the performanceof Africa which has already shown that it is making a difference;whether is education that has to be improved, or whether it isinfrastructure, or development of IT, whether it is regionalcooperation or whether it is greater trade with the rest of theworld, or whether it is development of new industries, or whether istrade regulation....(Gordon Brown)

    JIBU (MH JK)
    Indeed one can say there is transfo, transformation taking place inAfrica
    There is a lot ample evidence to that fact, emh
    When you look at the socio-economic lives of our people and ournations in education, in healthcare, infrastructure development, inagriculture, in manufacturing and so forth and so, but much more needto be done, this is the bottom line. Of course, there are times when Africa is portrayed as there is nothing happening, but i would say the contrary. Ther is a lot of happening.
    But much more needs to be done. And why, because we are strating from low levels of development
    At independence, 50 years ago, Tanzania , the GDP per capital was 35 dollars. There was only three tarmac roads the length of 190kilometers. And we are country with 85,000 kilometers of roads network. So this,we started from low levels of development, diseases,deprivations of all sorts of.....we have plenty. But also we are part of the global economy, so whatever is happening in some parts of the world definitely affects us.

    A few years ago, we had global economic financial crisis and we had reversals to our growth. Now we have a lot of anxiety with the Eurozone crisis I hope it is going to be fixed quickly so that if, if it doesn't , then there is going to be a many problems. There isevidence of growth, high levels of growth. I think this, the fastest growing continent now. But plenges are still there. So more needs to be done, eehh to be very precise in my view one Africa must stay the course in pursuit of sound economic policies. Because it it sound economic policies which has enabled many of our countries to attain micro-economic stability. The higher lev highl....low inflation rates high levels of growth.So weshould stay the course in pursuit of sound economic policies. Weshould invest more in education; primary, secondary, tertiary,technical training in order to build the human resource, because at the end of the day it is the man or woman who is going to make things happening and not the machines. You can have the machines if you donthave a competent people to use the machines then nothing can happen.So education is, is critical, as, as, as a major impet. We should invest more in the transformation of agriculture. To me agriculture is a priority because seventytwenty percent of our people live in rural areas and agriculture is their mainstay, but is subsistence agriculture, people live from hand to mouth, they cannot feed themselves. They dont have enough cash crops to be able to earn more to transform their lives better

    We need to develop manufacturing sector. We cannot continue to be primary producers – produce raw materials for the others to go and make goods, finished goods and then come back. I was saying my Blake proffesor of economics at the university taught me, we used to have a good phrase, we produce what we dont consume and consume what we dont produce---Ahha aahhhhaaa...we produce for the others so that the others produce for us to consume. This thing can't continue.Thats why may ensuring that the manufacturing sector is growing faster in Africa is also critical. We have abundant resources, mineral resources, agricultural resources, natural resources but what is lacking is vibrant manufacturing sector which Africa should look at.

    And in any cae, economies transit from being predominantly agricultural, then they go to manufacturing, and then they go to the service, to the service becoming the predominant one. So this is another important aspect. We have to develop infrastructure. Well, as I am saying we had only three, three, three roads in the country with a demand of 85,000 kilometres square of kilometres of roads. Without roads there is no development, there is no development without electricity, there is no development without telecommunications. Africa cannot continue to be left behind in the digital divide. Definitely we have , have , we have to catch up. The other thing is regard intergration. If we , if we say we are going to produce more and from agriculture, produce more from manufacturing, definitely markets are essential. Regional markets but also international markets. For regional markets, of course there are regional economic groupings are an important factor. This is , this is a, a song now in the whole of African continent. The regional economic groupings everywhere and we have continuosly strengthening them. We are now looking at even merging them, eehh. In july we had a meeting in South Africa where we discussed the creating a grand free trade area bringing together Southern Africa Development Community, East Africa Community, Commont Market for Southern and Central Africa. From Cape Town to Cairo.......I was saying in Addis Ababa,eeeh on South Africa the other day Cecil Rhodes Jones the colonist talked of the eehhh, ...Great North Road from Cape Town to Cairo but this was for colonial purposes. We are , we are doing it now for our own, for our own good....hahahaha...hahaaa....this is an aspect. But also at international level now we need access to markets, thats why to us in Africa early conclusions of Deha Declaration Agenda the round is, is, is so critical, so that we can remove open up the markets, remove trade distorting subsisdies in the developed countries so that we can have access to markets. I can say that forthe begining , ....let me say that to start with

    (akakatishwa naGordon Brown baada ya kuona haeleweki.................)

    Davos 2012 - Africa - From Transition to Transformation - YouTube
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    FJM JF-Expert Member

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    Ngoja nijitafutie panadol tu! This is bad. very bad! alikuwa amechoka au ni nini hasa? Hivi kweli alienda Davos kutoa hayo majibu?
    Next time team yake imuandae vizuri, wasome mada zitakazoongelewa, na afanye training juu ya namna ya kujibu maswali anayoulizwa na sio kutoa historia ya miaka 50 ya uhuru.
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    Mag3 JF Gold Member

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    Hebu kwanza tupate burudani kidogo!


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    Profesa JF-Expert Member

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    Si vibaya Mh Raisi akawa na vikao na Wachumi na Watu wenye mtizamo na kuendesha mjadala nao kabla ya Mikutano hii mikubwa, hawezi kutegemea ha wachache tu hapo ikulu tena wanampa briefing fekifeki kama hizo, au watu wa Wizara peke yake, matokeo yake Raisi alistragle ku-make sence out of the question that was asked. Inabidi aunede kundi lake la washauri mahususi na lisiwe monotonous.
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    Lizzy JF-Expert Member

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    Aibu, aibu , aibu.
    Anachoweza kufanya kwa ufasaha ni kucheka cheka tu.
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    Bubona JF-Expert Member

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    Inahuzunisha sana!!.
    Kwa ujumla nimeshindwa kumwelewa, hakuna focus on specific issues. Hii inanipa impression kwamba serikali yetu haina strategies zozote za kutatua matatizo yetu.

    Am very disappointed!!!.
  7. Kakati

    Kakati Senior Member

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    Kikwete did well in what he said. I liked his contributions. We should learn to give credit when it is due!
  8. Mzuvendi

    Mzuvendi JF-Expert Member

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    What's the heck is DAVOS anyway?
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    whizkid Senior Member

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    He actually did so well, that no one.. I mean no one could understand him! His level of thinking is beyond what the audience could grasp. Effects of too many honorary doctorates? Sarcastic!
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    Mupirocin JF-Expert Member

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    Dah hivi kwani ni lazima useme kiingereza, mbona Rais wa China hata English hajui and yet mikuatano ya kimataifa anafanya vizuri. Lakini mambo aliyozungumzia ni out of question he was asked. We have a bogus president who can not think what he say. Huyu jamaa ukichukua history vizuri kuanzia antenatal care mpaka neonatal birth na hisi alikuwa na moderate birth asphyxia ambayo husababisha mental retardation kiasi fulani. Coz haiwezekani akawa anazungumza English kama ya mtoto anayejifuza kuongea. Conclusion tunasema ana delayed developmental mile stones
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    Smartboy JF-Expert Member

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    Jamaa kama kawaida ya ccm, akaanza kutoa takwimu za barabara kazi kweli kweli!
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    mimimkuu Member

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    Tatizo hapendi ku- delegate, mbona Kibaki kamwacha Raila Odinga kuhudhuria? Tatizo la JK kila mkutano anataka ahudhurie. Anyway alijitahidi kwa kiasi chake. Mahali aliponi -disapoint kabla ya speech yake ya mwisho Gordon Brown aliweka wazi kuwa tatizo la viongozi wengi wa afrika kila mwekezaji ni lazima aonane na rais (alionyesha kama huu ni udhaifu) bila kujua JK nae akasema kuwa kama kuna mwekezaji anataka kuja kuwekeza Tanzania amuone dah....4 na kwa kunyesha kama dhihaka Gordon Brown akasema inawezekana baada ya kumaliza hapa wengi tu watakufuata....inabidi niindelee kuvumilia kuwa MTANZANIA
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    de'levis JF-Expert Member

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    the dumbest president in the whole world
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    Makamuzi JF-Expert Member

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    Mods msinipige ban,ila Tanzania hatujawahi kuwa,na Rais bogus kama huyu,....kwa nn asingewakilishwa na wengine?
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    Njowepo JF-Expert Member

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    Ndo uwezo wake ulipofikia jamani.
    Kuna msemo unasema Practsie makes perfect.Sasa uyu alikuwa foreign minister for sometimes kukutana kote uko na wazungu hakujamsaidia kupolish Lugha?
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    sterling Senior Member

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    haki ya nani raisi wetu ni kichwa anastahili pongezi kwa hayo aliyoenda kuyazungumza huko
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    King Kong III JF-Expert Member

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    Mbona manufacturing of teachers sijaiona hapo mkuu?
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    Njowepo JF-Expert Member

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    You mean kuna kiwanda kinamanufacture walimu iyo kali!

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    Tatizo si Mh Kikwete tu bali taasisi nzima ya pale ikulu.Mh alishindwa kabisa kufocus kwenye issue na kutoa clear solution akajikuta anataka kusema kila kitu bila kuisoma audience inayomsikiliza ambayo ilionesha kutomwelewa mkuu wetu anataka kusema nini! Kuhusu hujuma ya dawa za kumpumbaza inawezekana aisee maana pale mwanzoni alikuwa kama hajielewi au hakuwa organised kabisa! Kwanini asimtumie Kinana kama mshauri wake wa karibu? Ninavyomjua mzee Kinana yupo makini mno na taifa hili limempika kwelikweli!
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    Nyunyu JF-Expert Member

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    Jamani hapo ndo uwezo wake umefikia, poor prezidaa of mine...lol!!!

    Kikwete ni ****** na mbaya zaidi anaonekana ni mbishi sana na haambiliki.... Tatizo ni kuwa tunapata aibu wengine kabsa...