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The Slaa Difference

Discussion in 'Jukwaa la Siasa' started by Augustine Moshi, Sep 16, 2010.

  1. Augustine Moshi

    Augustine Moshi JF-Expert Member

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    We know, with much certainty, what Tanzania would look like under a second Kikwete term. It wouldn’t be just a continuation of what we have now. For what we have now is the best that JK could produce in order to get a second term. If he were to get that second term, then his economic mismanagement, his political cronyism, his lack of vision, and above all, his constant inclination to be flying somewhere, would become much worse. That is because it would be his last term, and he is not the sort of person that would be looking to leave a legacy.

    We have watched Slaa do the work of fighting the misdeeds of Kikwete and his CCM predecessors long enough to know that he is the leader we have been waiting for. We believe Slaa when he says that he would provide free primary and secondary education. He has clearly identified where the money would come from. It would come from the one third of the national budget that is misappropriated by leaders every year. Additional funds will come from cutting down the size and wasteful spending in government, as he has promised.

    Under Slaa, we the people would be allowed our constitutional right to discuss and have a new constitution. The current one has been shown to be full of bad clauses. CCM has been saying that you only change your constitution when you have had a major change. But we have had enormous changes. We changed from a one party to a multi party system. But perhaps CCM will only notice that fact when some other party becomes the ruling party.

    We are a people who are heavily over governed. Why must we have 61 ministers while a country like Australia that is an entire continent has less than half that number? Slaa has promised to do away with Regional Commissioners. I cannot see any region that would suffer from not having an RC. I would say that a new constitution should take us back to having just seven provinces. That would free a lot of money. Money that could then be used for useful things like health, education and agriculture.

    Slaa would stop the massive stealing of our mineral wealth that is going on at the moment. He would put an end to this nonsensical claim by CCM ministers that they must enter into mining deals so secretly that even our MPs may not know what the deals are. There will no longer be Karamagis that sign mining agreements in between drinks in London hotels. Under Slaa, we the people will benefit from our natural resources. That can be done. It’s being done in Botswana and in many other well governed countries.

    Under Slaa, we will be freer, better educated, more in control and more hopeful. We must have a change of government. We cannot afford to continue with the current state of affairs. We need Slaa. We must have Slaa.
     
  2. RedDevil

    RedDevil JF-Expert Member

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    Slaa is our only option for now, we need not to make mistake! its the time for change!
     
  3. Augustine Moshi

    Augustine Moshi JF-Expert Member

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    I wish people like Lipumba would see the fact that they need to rally around Slaa. The country needs it. If they are in politics for the nation and not just for themselves, then they ought to throw their weight behind Slaa at this material time.

    Lipumba cannot win the Presidency at this time. But he could be a useful Minister of Finance in a Slaa government. Mrema could see the inside of Home affairs again, but he would need to support Slaa without further delay.

    I would like to see both Lipumba nd Mrema in a Slaa cabinet.
     
  4. Ndjabu Da Dude

    Ndjabu Da Dude JF-Expert Member

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    Mmhh..?!
     
  5. kipipili

    kipipili JF-Expert Member

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    I dont count on him any more this old fellow
     
  6. Augustine Moshi

    Augustine Moshi JF-Expert Member

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    Kumbuka Mrema alipokuwa Waziri wa Mambo ya Ndani ilibidi vibaka waende likizo. Na hata wala rushwa walinywea.

    Lipumba would make a good MOF.
     
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