The CCM and their politicking would determine what would happen and who becomes what, they have their own basis of choosing who flies their flag but Tanzania is bigger than the CCM and options regarding who becomes the President of Tanzania, are absolutely in the hands of Tanzanians not a political party. If we are talking about the development of the country our focus should not be on any party but rather on competent hands that could stir changes irrespective of platform or whatever case. A party can field a candidate but it is left for the electorate to decide what happens, the Tanzania we are working to have is beyond the confines of a political party; rather a sound democracy with formidable team players that are abreast with the rules and regulations of the game; after all we are working on a multiparty system and equally the provision of independent candidature. Our discourse should go beyond hypothesis rather substance and reality. We should stop being fast and study situations critically and appreciate the permissible incentive of politics, if not, who had imagined that Kikwete, Dr Slaa and Zitto Kabwe would be what they are today. So you can see the dynamism of God. Tanzania would outlive Kikwete and CCM and so only Tanzanians can determine and decide the kind of presidency they want. Part of our crisis is our inability to collectively appreciate and guard the tenets. So Kikwete or not Kikwete or any other person what Tanzania needs is a moral and upright leader. I must tell you this with full sincerity that our views hinge largely on full application and practice of democracy. Democracy is a game of numbers and of bringing out the best of ambitious people to manage the affairs of a given state. Tanzania is an inseparable federation whose presidency would always be a national one irrespective of where the head of the ship hail from. And mark you, there cannot be a complete Union Presidency or Zanzibar Presidency, there can only be Tanzanian Presidency no matter where the President comes from. There is no Tanzanian that only his region and kith and kin can make him a President; alliances must be involved in the process. In principle, the very moment someone brings sentiment in a robust competition of governance, he or she has shown sign of failure and incompetence as a basis to derive advantage. My position here is simple, let the best material be given the mandate to govern us not only on the Presidency alone, but from councilor to the top. Even though we have our natural sentiments but I can tell you that national interest and common good superseded our personal interest.