Battle: Dar es Salaam vs Nairobi

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Kulingana na baadhi ya wakenya kutaka hii battle. Sasa ni muda mwafaka wa kuonesha kipi Nairobi kipo hakipo Dar es salaam na kipo Dar es salaam hakipo Nairobi.
Ninaomba tuangalie katika positive way. Tuki post kitu kutoka Dar wale wa Nairobi wanaleta post ya kujibu. Na kama hakipo kwao wanasema hakipo na wao vilevile. Kama kipo kwenye plan wanaweza kuleta au sisi tunaweza kuleta kwaajili ya kujibu.

1. Master Plan of the city
2. Current View of the city
3. Ongoing Projects
4. Future Projects proposed
5. Culture and Life style
6. Food availability
7. Entertainment and Funny Places
8. Places to visit
9. Transport system (Private and Public)
10. Markets and Shopping malls
11. Hotels
12. Education centers
13. Health centers
14. Telecommunication and Data centers
15. Information Technologies and Innovation

Ndugu Jay456watt kutoka Nairobi kama ulivyo dai sasa thread inaanza.
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Fact act: President John Magufuli has to approve changes to the law that punishes those who question state statistics.. Picture: REUTERS
Dar es Salaam β€” The World Bank says it is deeply concerned about new Tanzanian legislation that will punish anyone who questions official statistics, saying the law will undermine the production of useful and high-quality data.
In September, legislators passed amendments to the Statistics Act that would impose fines, at least three years’ jail time, or both, on anyone who questioned the accuracy of official figures.
The attorney-general said the changes were necessary to enforce standards.
Opposition groups and other critics have said the changes were part of a broader government crackdown on dissent and criticism of its political and economic record β€” a charge dismissed by authorities.
The World Bank said the changes to the law β€” which still have to be approved by President John Magufuli β€” were "out of line with international standards". It said it had shared its concern with the Tanzanian opposition groups "that the amendments, if implemented, could have serious impacts on the generation and use of official and nonofficial statistics, which are a vital foundation for the country’s development".
The World Bank said it was talking to authorities about continuing to support a programme for producing systems to create "reliable and timely statistics".
Fines and jail time
Government spokespeople were not immediately reachable for comment, though the finance ministry was expected to make a statement, said an official.
Under the amendments, people who question the accuracy of official statistics will face a fine of at least 10-million Tanzanian shillings ($4,370), at least three years in jail, or both.
"The saying β€˜research is discredited by other research’ will lose its meaning in Tanzania because researchers will not be allowed to criticise official data," said Richard Mbunda, a political science lecturer at the University of Dar es Salaam.
Local businesspeople and foreign investors have said economic activity in the country has dramatically slowed since Magufuli took office in 2015 pledging to limit foreign ownership in critical sectors such as mining.
The government denies that it is trying to curb dissent and argues that corruption has robbed Tanzania of profits from its resources for years.
The finance ministry forecast in June that the economy will grow by 7.2% in 2018, up from about 7.1% in 2017.
 
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Sasa huku mtu hupewa direction vipi? Dah!
Dar es Slum hawamo kwenye Google Streetview just like Addis . Upande huu ni Nairobi ,Mombasa na Kampala wako kwa Google Streetview.Nafikiri Tz wanaogopa slums kubwa za Manzese ,Tandale na Mburahati kuonekana kwa undani.
 
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Ujinga na utawala wa mabavu kabisa yaani dictatorship ukiona wameweka hii sheria ati don't question GoT officially cooked statistics.
 
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Fact act: President John Magufuli has to approve changes to the law that punishes those who question state statistics.. Picture: REUTERS
Dar es Salaam β€” The World Bank says it is deeply concerned about new Tanzanian legislation that will punish anyone who questions official statistics, saying the law will undermine the production of useful and high-quality data.
In September, legislators passed amendments to the Statistics Act that would impose fines, at least three years’ jail time, or both, on anyone who questioned the accuracy of official figures.
The attorney-general said the changes were necessary to enforce standards.
Opposition groups and other critics have said the changes were part of a broader government crackdown on dissent and criticism of its political and economic record β€” a charge dismissed by authorities.
The World Bank said the changes to the law β€” which still have to be approved by President John Magufuli β€” were "out of line with international standards". It said it had shared its concern with the Tanzanian opposition groups "that the amendments, if implemented, could have serious impacts on the generation and use of official and nonofficial statistics, which are a vital foundation for the country’s development".
The World Bank said it was talking to authorities about continuing to support a programme for producing systems to create "reliable and timely statistics".
Fines and jail time
Government spokespeople were not immediately reachable for comment, though the finance ministry was expected to make a statement, said an official.
Under the amendments, people who question the accuracy of official statistics will face a fine of at least 10-million Tanzanian shillings ($4,370), at least three years in jail, or both.
"The saying β€˜research is discredited by other research’ will lose its meaning in Tanzania because researchers will not be allowed to criticise official data," said Richard Mbunda, a political science lecturer at the University of Dar es Salaam.
Local businesspeople and foreign investors have said economic activity in the country has dramatically slowed since Magufuli took office in 2015 pledging to limit foreign ownership in critical sectors such as mining.
The government denies that it is trying to curb dissent and argues that corruption has robbed Tanzania of profits from its resources for years.
The finance ministry forecast in June that the economy will grow by 7.2% in 2018, up from about 7.1% in 2017.
Might even put economic growth at 15%/year but things on the ground will always show the true state of the economy. To avoid that they might start restricting photography to avoid embarrassments just like N.korea
 
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Fact act: President John Magufuli has to approve changes to the law that punishes those who question state statistics.. Picture: REUTERS
Dar es Salaam β€” The World Bank says it is deeply concerned about new Tanzanian legislation that will punish anyone who questions official statistics, saying the law will undermine the production of useful and high-quality data.
In September, legislators passed amendments to the Statistics Act that would impose fines, at least three years’ jail time, or both, on anyone who questioned the accuracy of official figures.
The attorney-general said the changes were necessary to enforce standards.
Opposition groups and other critics have said the changes were part of a broader government crackdown on dissent and criticism of its political and economic record β€” a charge dismissed by authorities.
The World Bank said the changes to the law β€” which still have to be approved by President John Magufuli β€” were "out of line with international standards". It said it had shared its concern with the Tanzanian opposition groups "that the amendments, if implemented, could have serious impacts on the generation and use of official and nonofficial statistics, which are a vital foundation for the country’s development".
The World Bank said it was talking to authorities about continuing to support a programme for producing systems to create "reliable and timely statistics".
Fines and jail time
Government spokespeople were not immediately reachable for comment, though the finance ministry was expected to make a statement, said an official.
Under the amendments, people who question the accuracy of official statistics will face a fine of at least 10-million Tanzanian shillings ($4,370), at least three years in jail, or both.
"The saying β€˜research is discredited by other research’ will lose its meaning in Tanzania because researchers will not be allowed to criticise official data," said Richard Mbunda, a political science lecturer at the University of Dar es Salaam.
Local businesspeople and foreign investors have said economic activity in the country has dramatically slowed since Magufuli took office in 2015 pledging to limit foreign ownership in critical sectors such as mining.
The government denies that it is trying to curb dissent and argues that corruption has robbed Tanzania of profits from its resources for years.
The finance ministry forecast in June that the economy will grow by 7.2% in 2018, up from about 7.1% in 2017.
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Huyo dictator wenu na hizo sheria za ukandamizaji aninyime usingiz mimki!!! Unaota wewe. Sisi tumezoea kuweka mambo yetu adharani, sio kupimiwa hewa na kutishwa tishwa na rais kama watoto
 
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Huyo dictator wenu na hizo sheria za ukandamizaji aninyime usingiz mimki!!! Unaota wewe. Sisi tumezoea kuweka mambo yetu adharani, sio kupimiwa hewa na kutishwa tishwa na rais kama watoto
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Might even put economic growth at 15%/year but things on the ground will always show the true state of the economy. To avoid that they might start restricting photography to avoid embarrassments just like N.korea
Huyu jamaa anawazungusha vichwa mibongolala atakavyo. Akisema uchumi imekuwa kwa asilimia mia moja wanabaki tu kupiga makofi Kama robots na Kuimba nyimbo za kusifu sisiemu na magu
 
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Huyu jamaa anawazungusha vichwa mibongolala atakavyo. Akisema uchumi imekuwa kwa asilimia mia moja wanabaki tu kupiga makofi Kama robots na Kuimba nyimbo za kusifu sisiemu na magu
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