Mnyonge mnyongeni, ila haki yake mpeni. Wanaojua, wanajua. Hakuna SMZ bila Tanganyika. Isingedumu. Ndio maana yule Mzee wa Watu alisema, kwa sababu anajua, "Nje ya Muungano, Hakuna Zanzibar" Spend some time, read stuff: http://www.foia.cia.gov/CPE/ESAU/esau-28.pdf. "Yet, as early as the middle of 1963, a group of ASP leaders, including Hanga, went to Tanganyika to ask for money and arms in support of their revolutionary plan. Tanganyika complicity with the ASP leaders who were planning a revolution has been well established. Hanga and Tanganyikan Minister of Foreign Affairs and Defense Minister Kambona were old friends, having been roommates in London. Sympathetic to the desire of the Africans to wrest power from the Arab minority, Kambona was apparently privy to the coup planning all along; he supported the undertaking with Tanganyikan arms and money." --##--- "Before the union, the main thing that kept Karume in power was the Tanganyikan police force contingent, *which Nyerere sent to the island as a measure of protection for Karume against Okello and his armed followers. After Okello's departure, Karume kept the police as protection against Babu and the pro-Communist elements that were attempting to secure position of power in the government. Although they were nominally under the control of Karume they took their orders from Nyerere. Without such concrete support from Nyerere Karume would probably not have been able to stay in power in Zanzibar. Besides Nyerere, Hanga seems to have had the confidence of Karume. The President was known to accept, even to seek, the advice of his Vice President." --##--- Again, spend some time, read stuff: http://www.foia.cia.gov/CPE/ESAU/esau-28.pdf.