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Tuheshimiyane Heshima kitu cha bure kwa nini mnaifanyia inda kauli hii.

Discussion in 'Habari na Hoja mchanganyiko' started by Sonara, Sep 7, 2010.

  1. Sonara

    Sonara JF-Expert Member

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    Z`bar optimistic over FIFA membership bid
    By The guardian reporter
    6th September 2010
    The revolutionary Government of Zanzibar, SMZ, has drawn optimism over its FIFA membership bid after the delegation returned from Zurich over the weekend.
    The Minister for information, culture and sports and deputy Chief Minister Ali Juma Shamhuna told reporters that the Isles FIFA membership bid is being worked out.
    The delegation that also included Mainland's deputy minister for information, culture ad sports, Joel Bendera travelled to Zurich where they faced FIFA president, Sepp Blatter.
    Blatter did not promise to award Zanzibar FIFA membership but simply said he would work out on it.
    "Went to seek FIFA membership and from Blatter's response we remain hopeful but there is no confirmation so far", said Shamhuna.
    The United Republic of Tanzania has strongly backed Zanzibar's FIFA membership bid, according to Shamhuna.
    Shamhuna said the membership bid has been forwarded with strong reasons for doing so.
    Zanzibar which is part of the United Republic of Tanzania. Since 1964 has been accessing FIFA services through Tanzania Football Federation, TFF.
    Shamhuna said some other countries in the world have been members of FIFA while missing the United Nations membership.
    Zanzibar has been awarded a temporary membership of the Confederation of African Football, CAF and have their clubs feature in the body's sanctioned tournaments, Champions League and Confederations Cup.
    Zanzibar Football Association has been at loggerheads with the Tanzania Football Federation particularly on the $250,000 annual subsidy donated by FIFA.
    Should Zanzibar sec
     
  2. Nguruvi3

    Nguruvi3 Platinum Member

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    Zanzibar opted out of union premier league,so far the vodacom PL is ok. Ironically the zanzibar league has deteriorated according to FIFA representative Mamelod. We don't see any remarkable achievement since you joined CAF.
    Tanzania is a name derived from the then Tanganyika and Zanzibar. If one feels embarrassed being part of the name,there is one simple solution, i.e declare secession.! simple. Tanganyikans have clarified times and again, Zanzibar, could you please propound your position on union in black and white statement. We are tired of tantrum every other day, we're not interested with chameleon behaviour. Tanganyika has nothing to lose if you go away, so the ball is with you guys!
    We are tired of this litany. By the way the '3 government' is not the best option for us. Pack your goods and leave the mainland otherwise if you make life in Tanganyika,Tanzania is the best name for you.
     
  3. Jile79

    Jile79 JF-Expert Member

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    Daini tu wazenji mpaka mjitawale...........na sasa mna nchi kitu gani kitawazuia kuingia oic na mahakama ya kadhi nchini mwenu.............kila la heri ila mkumbule ile dhambi ya ubaguzi aliyoisema mwalimu jk nyerere kwamba kati yenu kuna waunguja na wapemba.................sisi tupo tunawatazama.........
     
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    Jile79 JF-Expert Member

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    Tayari zanzibar ni nchi na hakuna muungano sasa tunashangaa nini?...........nasikitika sana kikwete anapoitwa rais wa jamhuri ya muungano ambao haupo kwa sasa.....hii aibu.
     
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