Mhh! kuna maukweli hapa? Salaams from Kamau In Kenya Being from a neighbouring country, I hope it is not going to be an offence or problem to post my article in your beloved blog. I have been a follower, and a keen reader of this blog since the fierce debate related to the East African treaty. Ever since, I follow very closely debates and issues on this blog. After all, what affect Tanzanians, affect us Kenyans as well. After reading this piece, "Tanzania Pay Brazil Price" from BBC, I decided to write something for my neighbours Tanznaians. A countryin the bottom of the poorest in the world, I was shocked on the rationale and thinking of these people. How could Tanzania pay such a price for Brazil to come and play soccer in Tanzania, while women giving birth are dying in hospitals because they can't get medicine? They could have used the money to modernize their Airport to be the Best in East an Africa. Allow me to criticize you, in East Africa, Tanzania is the poorest and the most backward in terms of development, but when you say that, Kenyans are seen as very arrogant. NO. This is the truth, and this is he criticism you should take positively. Rational people don't do things like these, if you cant pay teachers, or policemen a decent salary, the education can never improve neither can the country be safe. Like I said in my previous comments which drew a lot of fire, I lived with Tanzanians in the UK for 8 years, and my roommate whom I can call by the last name "Rutahibwa" was from TZ. He came on the background of education, but I tell you after six months, the man ditched school and joined the first life. He was always asleep during the day and party during the night. He never worked but did not take long either before he started driving Range-Rover and Ferrari. He talks too much and knew everything, and had so much money. I got nervous and moved out; months later he was arrested for drug dealing. Very many Tanzanians i knew in the UK never worked but lived posh lifestyles. I have called Julus Nyerere, your celebrated and controversial Dr. Shayo, and John Masaka not to be Tanzanians because of their thinking, I called them Tutsis, and Kenyans because they think like Kenyans, and will be glad to see them return to their ancestral land, which happened to be US Presidents birth place. This football saga, a poorest country in the world paying the richest team in the world millions of dollars is a form of insanity; Kenyans (TAX payers) could not accept anything like this. In Kenya we are ready to die for what we believe in, and that is why I described Tanzanians to be party animals and funniest creatures. Mjomba Paulo Kamau Nakuru Kenya Source: Michuzi Blog.