SECRET PLOT REVEALED: Kikwete aongoza, Lipumba wa pili, Slaa wa tatu


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Matokeo yaliyotolewa mpaka leo usiku na NEC ni kuwa Kikwete aongoza Urais, Lipumba wa CUF wa pili na Slaa wa tatu!

Imegundulika kuwa kuna MWAFAKA WA SIRI WA TANZANIA BARA kati ya CCM na CUF. Mwafaka huo baada ya makubaliano ya kuunda serikali ya mseto Zanzibar ni kumtangaza Kikwete mshindi wa Urais akifuatiwa na Lipumba wa CUF na SLAA awe mshindi wa tatu. Lengo kuu ni kuwa kwa SLAA kuwa mshindi wa 3 itakuwa ni "win-win" situation kwa CCM na CUF.

CCM inamhofu SLAA na CHADEMA kuwa ndiyo kiongozi na chama kinachoweza kuing'oa madarakani. Viongozi wa CUF wana wivu/chuki na CHADEMA kwa kuwa wameona kimechukua nafasi ya CUF kama chama kikuu cha upinzani Tanzania. Hivyo basi, kwa ku distort matokeo ya kura za Urais na kumfanya Lipumba mshindi wa pili inaonekana ni mbinu ya kuimaliza CHADEMA kisiasa.

Mkakati huo unaendana na NEC kuagizwa kutoa matokeo ya kura za Urais kutoka kwenye mikoa ambayo ni ngome za CCM na CUF kama Zanzibar, mikoa ya kusini Lindi na Mtwara, Morogoro, Tanga, Dodoma, Singida, etc.


Lengo ni kuwaandaa Watanzania kisaikolojia kuwa tayari Kikwete atashinda Urais na Lipumba atakuwa mshindi wa pili.


Matokeo kutoka mikoa ambayo SLAA ana nguvu sana na amezoa kura nyingi za Urais kama Dar, kanda ya ziwa, kaskazini na nyanda za juu kusini yamezuiliwa yasitoke. Hii inawapa CCM muda kucheza na matokeo kwenye mikoa hiyo muhimu yenye population ya zaidi ya 8 million people ili hatimaye kuja na matokeo ya mwisho yanayofanana na haya ya sasa hivi kutoka mikoa ya CCM na CUF yenye population ya watu kama 1 million tu.


Zifuatazo ni source kutoka website ya TBC1 (nimeambatanisha snaposhot ya website) na story ya AFP inayo onesha kuwa SLAA sasa is a "distant third" in the presidential race.


MPO HAPO?

Tanzanian president shows strong lead in poll results

By John Kulekana (AFP)

DAR ES SALAAM — President Jakaya Kikwete showed a strong early lead in Tanzania's general elections as results slowly filtered in on Tuesday, with the victor expected to be known by Friday.


"We expect the results will be ready by Friday," the electoral commission's director of elections Rajab Kiravu told AFP Tuesday at the body's headquarters here.

Full results for mainland Tanzania had been announced for 57 out of 239 constituencies by Tuesday afternoon.

Kikwete, who is widely expected to be re-elected, is leading in 40 out of those 57 constituencies.
His closest rival so far is Ibrahim Haruna Lipumba of the Civic United Front (CUF), who has lost three previous presidential bids to ruling party candidates.


Wilbrod Slaa of the CHADEMA party trails a distant third.


Tanzanians were also voting for members of parliament, but the incoming president will have the constitutional right to appoint others to represent minorities and political parties can vote for 75 women MPs on a basis of proportional representation.

Thus about a quarter of the parliament is not directly elected.

The commission said it will announce the next batch of constituencies starting at 5:00 pm (1400 GMT).
Another senior commission official had said earlier in a radio broadcast that the announcement would be made "Friday at the earliest".

Kikwete's ruling Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM - Revolution Party) looks set to give ground to a reinvigorated opposition in parliament.

Perceived delays in vote counting caused some tension in several parts of the country on Monday but no major incident was reported.

Polling took place on Sunday, but Tanzania is a country of more than 43 million inhabitants, geographically larger than France and Germany put together, and includes very remote and under-developed areas.

In Zanzibar, a semi-autonomous entity with far fewer constituencies that has its own president, results were announced more quickly and Ali Mohamed Shein of the ruling CCM was declared the winner by a narrow margin on Monday night.

He received 50.1 percent of the vote, over 49.1 percent for his rival Seif Sharif Hamad, of the opposition Civic United Front (CUF).

Zanzibar's constitution provides for the winner to share power with the runner-up and an AFP journalist reported that CCM and CUF supporters were both celebrating in the streets of Stone Town Tuesday morning.

CCM Revolution supporters chanted "Revolution Forever" while CUF fans sang "Slowly, slowly we are going to the presidency".

On Monday CUF fans had been protesting what they said was an unacceptable delay in announcing results, but after results were announced Hamad appealed to his supporters to see CUF's runner-up position as a "win-win situation".

"It is indeed a victory for all Zanzibaris and Tanzanians. The remarks are highly inspiring to Zanzibaris and all peace-loving people," Kikwete said on state television and radio.

"We have not witnessed such an atmosphere for so many years," he said adding he was "very proud" of both Shein and Hamad.

The weekend elections were the fourth since Tanzania adopted a multiparty system in 1992.
AFP: Tanzanian president shows strong lead in poll results

 
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