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Tanzania to Support S. Sudan Tax Administration

Discussion in 'International Forum' started by eliakeem, Jan 30, 2012.

  1. eliakeem

    eliakeem JF-Expert Member

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    It's good to see the youngest territory in Africa to seek expertise from the right brother... karibu..... come again for land management and administration...... and defence..... also peace and order..

    http://www.thecitizen.co.tz/business/-/19365-tanzania-to-support-s-sudan-tax-administration
     
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    nomasana JF-Expert Member

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    where was the "right" brother when they were fighting for their independence? where was the "right" brother when they wanted arms and weapons shipped to them? Where was the "right" brother when they were negotiating the peace agreement? where was the right brother when dozens of South Sudanese were fleeing their country due to the war? Tanzania is the "right" brother but Kenya is THE REAL brother to South Sudan

    talk and fake brotherhood is cheap. actions and support during hard times requires a real brother and that is what Kenya is to South sudan. REAL BROTHER!
     
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    Bantugbro JF-Expert Member

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    Punguza hasira, hali ndio hio vijana wamekuja kufundishwa shule. Kumbuka hata baba wa taifa lao hayati John Grang alisoma digrii yake University of Dar...:A S-coffee:
     
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    nomasana JF-Expert Member

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    lakini he came to Kenya when he needed a partner to help his people get independence. :A S-coffee:
     
  5. eliakeem

    eliakeem JF-Expert Member

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    kenya is known for ulterior motives whenever forms cooperation with others...... that's why ss seeks the ndugu wa kweli..... wanaogopa baadaye wasije wakalia machozi ya damu...... tehe tehe.....teheeee
     
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    Petu Hapa JF-Expert Member

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    Every nation has a different role to play and those seeking help knows this. On level of observing democratic procedures Warioba took part through Carter, while Mkapa through special observation team of Un.
     
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    nomasana JF-Expert Member

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  8. Kibona

    Kibona JF-Expert Member

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    You seem to be very disappointed by the act of the S. Sudanese. Ukweli ni kuwa wasudan kusini waliihitaji kenya kwasababu za kijiografia na si vinginevyo. Lakini kwa sasa wanajua rafiki wa kweli ni nani. Wanajua kenya walikuwa wanajipendekeza kwaajili ya mafuta ndo maana wameshituka. kwa hiyo msikasirike, kubalini kuwa mlikuwa mnawasaidia tu lkn malipo hamna.
     
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    livefire JF-Expert Member

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    i dont get it, are you insinuating sth like tanzania is the sweetheart of all stricken african countries? yes we are strategically positioned to south sudan thats y such a bold move by Kenya by flack or flank was necessary to create nomalcy in S.S and its time Kenya enjoys the support it bestowed to the emerging democracy. It aint nuclear science, nothing comes for free and your so called title that you are trying to fix on some readers here doesnt exist. I may actually call it a public relation stunt between the two states coz theres nothing on the ground to indicate Tz presence in S.Sudan. Mere talk no action, quote the difference mayb youl see some loop holes in your leadership when it comes to influencing trade beyond its borders.
     
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    kshaka JF-Expert Member

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    I think that some of you should actually go to S. Sudan to see for yourselves, When you are there...have a look around, see where most of the major companies operating there (banks, construction, logistics etc) are from. Look into the shops...check where all the manufactured products are coming from. Look around at the traders, businessmen and professionals...try and listen to their accents and see where most are coming from. From what I see here, many of you are going to be very disappointed by what they observe if they go there

    Finally, have a look below;

     
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    eliakeem JF-Expert Member

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    Tehe..... tehe... teheee
    sorry if I mentioned something that you don't want to hear..... but the thing is, ss is a free state and has a right to part with any friend she wish....... and I strongly believe ...... Tz is one of the good friend to lean on. wait and see.....
     
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    nomasana JF-Expert Member

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