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Why they want Kikwete out?

Discussion in 'Jukwaa la Siasa' started by Mnyamahodzo, Nov 19, 2011.

  1. Mnyamahodzo

    Mnyamahodzo JF-Expert Member

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    I think, it is the high time that other Tanzanians, who pretend to be deaf and blind, and the rest of the world to know the reasons why majority of Tanzanians want him out. Tanzanians are mourning, groaning and grieving under his "leadership". Those, only, who drink from his "bowl" are the ones who are joyous together with those who are protected by "presidency umbrella".

    They put him in power 2005, just few months ahead Tanzanians realized that they made a great mistake. They resented. In 2010, Tanzanian took him out but "they" put him in power again for his and their interest.

    Here are some reasons:
    1. He cheated them.
    He promised to give better life and yet they experienced and are experiencing worse of it.
    Zombe after murdering innocent yet was released.
    He is protecting key persons who were involved in EPA scandal and BOT theft saga.
    These are just few to name.

    2. He is weak in his "leadership"
    Proved to Tanzanians that he is not firm in his decisions e.g. In stating whether Zanzibar is a state country or not; in dealing with Richmond scandal; in fighting against all sort of corruption, etc

    3. He is the back-bone of the current corruption.
    You can not name the corruption in Tz without finding his somewhere at the top. Imperial presidency give him the power to protect/cover the corruption syndicate or those corrupt people. They remain to be untouchable because of him.

    Tanzanians are groaning. They want him out from his part, they want him out from state.

    Please patriotic Tanzanians, keep on adding reasons as to why they want him out.
     
  2. BAK

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    ...because Kikwete is a total failure
     
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    Rweye JF-Expert Member

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    It is enough to say that he has no moral authority to hold his counterparts responsible on various scandolous issues
     
  4. Mnyamahodzo

    Mnyamahodzo JF-Expert Member

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    4. He has nothing better to deliver for/to Tanzania.
    Simply he is misusing the tax of Tanzanians by living a luxurious life and travelling more than staying at Magogoni dealing with "cries" of Tanzanians.
    He simply utter soft statements and blamings when he was/is put at the corner e.g. he did in his March and November 2011 speeches don't forget that of May 2010.

    5. He is irresponsible and not being accountable.
    He is good in defending and blaming others. He's good in show that a particular fault has caused by someone not him. He want to be considered as Mr Clean while he isn't.

    6. He is easy to be bought (he is cheap)
    Not only by suits but also by "praises".
     
  5. T

    Topical JF-Expert Member

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    Most of Tanzanian wants him IN..

    Only you who wants him out...
     
  6. Mkuu wa chuo

    Mkuu wa chuo JF-Expert Member

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    not most of Tanzanian!
     
  7. Mpita Njia

    Mpita Njia JF-Expert Member

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    Jamani, he was elecetd by majority only last year. What has hapened in the space of one year to merit him such a reaction?
     
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    Topical JF-Expert Member

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    JF voters represents 0.0001% of the voters

    JK is still popular president among most of Tanzanians..
     
  9. Mnyamahodzo

    Mnyamahodzo JF-Expert Member

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    Being the only Tanzanian who want him to remain in power, shame on you.

    Pole, ni tatizo la kuwa mtu wa kujipendekeza.

    Yes! The pourest thing is that you don't know we want him out and the reasons as to why want so.
     
  10. Mnyamahodzo

    Mnyamahodzo JF-Expert Member

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    Not within one year, it was within his 5 years that Tanzanians were tired of him. That is why they took him out of power by votes, only him and "they" have forced to come back to power. He himself is the witness of what "they" have done.
     
  11. saragossa

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    I advise you to go to Milembe and get the right treatment before it is too late!
     
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    61% of tanzanian voters wants him, hao wote wamejipendekeza lol..

    There is no reasons (serious) for him out..

    Wengine mko obsessed tu na JK, kwasababu mme fall in love with Slaa..

    Sasa uchaguzi na kura ndio muamuzi hakuna njia rahiisi wakuu..lol
     
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    Userne JF-Expert Member

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    Mkuu, Heri wenye Hekima wa3 wakukemee kuliko vichwa100 vya wajinga wakushangilie wee bomba manta hofu!
     
  14. Mnyamahodzo

    Mnyamahodzo JF-Expert Member

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    Huyo unayemtetea ni fundi wa kutabasamu.Jiulize kwa nini siku ile ya kutangazwa mshindi pale ukumbi wa Karimjee na siku ya kuapishwa pale Uwanja wa Uhuru alishindwa kutabasamu.

    Acha kutoa pumba, kwanini NEC hadi leo wanashindwa kuweka kura za urais ktk website yao?
    Kwanini serikali inashindwa kuthibitisha uhalali wa kura za urais wa 2010 kama moja ya madai matatu ya Dr Slaa na CHADEMA yalivyokuwa.
     
  15. MESTOD

    MESTOD JF-Expert Member

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    You are right, most Tanzanian want him in, but most TANZANIANS want him out.
     
  16. ubun2

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    I heard he gave a speech stating he was the only authority in Tanzania to appoint a commission on new constitution. How can that be a criteria for appointing an independent non-partisan commission? And he gave his speech to his party audience. How can that be in the best interest of all Tanzanians if he is speaking to his own party members, and his venue is as such? Its really astonishing to hear the words used to keep the people of Tanzania calm, their words of choice are peace, harmony, and dignity. They seem to have an allergy for words like Liberty, Equality, and Justice for all. These are foundations for a new constitution that is for the people, by the people. If there is no equality, there is no wealth distribution, no women's/children rights, no rights for the elderly or the disabled. If there is no JUSTICE (which is the case at the moment in the most expensive legal suit in Dar's history) there is only looting, and harboring of criminals, and they are given free pass to roam free as vultures, and corruption as status quo is sustained. If there is no liberty, then all there is left is slavery, the basic rights that all are entitled to will be hijacked by the elite. The dreams, hopes and wishes of the tanzanian people will be stolen by the elite.
    Looking at the language used by the current regime, and their leader, seems to be a language of an altogether different, archaic era.
    How can anything coming out of them be credible, when they ran their candidate on an anti-corruption platform, and yet the corrupt walk free? AND enjoy being in parliament (Chenge). When today there is a broad daylite robbery taking place at the BoT and this regime has suppressed articles on it.
    The AG is cheerleading for rule of law to be obeyed in Dowans issue, but he is the same guy NOT obeying the rule of law in the Valambhai case? He is saying that rule of law, the high court ruling on Dowans has to be obeyed. But at the same time, both, he and his predecessor have flagrantly disregarded/subverted all rulings, judgements in the Valambhia case to allow case to continue. WHO BENEFITTED in 20 year and continuing scam of denying JUSTICE? Few TZ officials and their lawyers friends got paid far beyond the decretal amount.
    WHOSE RULE OF LAW is he talking about?
    Today, the most expensive legal suit is a project of few TZ officials and friends. AND the AG continues his bogus case. NO One cares to stop the looting of public money from the BoT. You know why? Because its their cash generating machine. AND its a ton of cash.

    Also, when credible evidence was given by SFO in the BAE scandal concerning Chenge, some good governance official gave him a clean chit. AND when he was quoted in local papers dismissing millions found in his Jersey offshore accounts as vijisenti, what happened? They closed the file on him.

    So yes, this current regime HAS NO CREDIBILITY to govern. They have lost ALL credibility when they allowed and are allowing the abuse of rule of law, abuse of human rights, and the UNNECESSARY and MASSIVE LOOTING of PUBLIC MONEY to continue in the Valambhia case.
     
  17. TECHMAN

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    its not 60% of Tanzanian,


    watanzania milioni 40 na zaidi,

    idadi ya wenye umri wa kupiga kura ( 2010) ni zaidi ya 20 milioni,

    kikwete alipata kura elfu 5 na ushee,

    Is five thousand ni 65% of 20 million,i dont know, bahati mbaya i not good in maths.

    still bado kuna uwezekano hata hizo five thousand kachakachua.
     
  18. Indume Yene

    Indume Yene JF-Expert Member

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    Kikwete is a Big JOKE.
     
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    61% ya waliopiga kura ..huo ndio utaratibu wetu tuliojiwekea..

    Mnaweza kujiandaa come 2015..as for now..JK will stay

    Most of the Tanzanians will support him..
     
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    viva kikwete viva. Nalog off
     
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