Slaa’s no shows irk many Moshi residents

Kishongo

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SEVERAL Moshi urban residents have expressed concern over the conduct of the Chadema Secretary General, Dr Wilbrod Slaa, after losing in the presidential race in the just ended general elections.
Dr Slaa, who emerged second in the race, boycotted the final official results announcement ceremony organised by the National Electoral Commission (NEC) at the Karimjee Hall in Dar es Salaam on Friday.
Dr Slaa also failed to show up at the swearing-in ceremony at the Uhuru Stadium on Saturday, despite the call by President Jakaya Kikwete for post-election political healing.
The residents criticised Dr Slaa for his conduct, claiming the behaviour reflected political immaturity, lack of tolerance and civility.
"As a matured and respected presidential candidate, he should have joined other candidates to attend the two functions instead of claiming that the polls were rigged," Mr Innocent John, a businessman told the 'Daily News’.
He said by boycotting the two functions, Dr Slaa has revealed his weakness before the electorate who held him in high esteem for his boldness and political uprightness.
Mr Honest Peter was of the view that by boycotting the two national functions, Dr Slaa has disqualified himself as a serious candidate in future polls.
"As a candidate he was supposed to respect the decision of the people. Dr Slaa is wrong in trying to force a different verdict," he added.
Ms Margareth Thomas, a businesswoman, advised Dr Slaa to adjust his political strategies in future.
Meanwhile, a councillor elect for Mji Mpya ward in Moshi Municipality, Mr Abuu Shayo, has requested President Kikwete to provide free education and health to Tanzanians.
He said the majority of Tanzanians cannot afford to meet higher education and health bills, the government could subsidise or provide such services free of charge to equip Tanzanians with necessary skills and physical ability to eradicate poverty.

Source: to be known soon.
 

PakaJimmy

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SEVERAL Moshi urban residents have expressed concern over the conduct of the Chadema Secretary General, Dr Wilbrod Slaa, after losing in the presidential race in the just ended general elections.
Dr Slaa, who emerged second in the race, boycotted the final official results announcement ceremony organised by the National Electoral Commission (NEC) at the Karimjee Hall in Dar es Salaam on Friday.
Dr Slaa also failed to show up at the swearing-in ceremony at the Uhuru Stadium on Saturday, despite the call by President Jakaya Kikwete for post-election political healing.
The residents criticised Dr Slaa for his conduct, claiming the behaviour reflected political immaturity, lack of tolerance and civility.
"As a matured and respected presidential candidate, he should have joined other candidates to attend the two functions instead of claiming that the polls were rigged," Mr Innocent John, a businessman told the 'Daily News'.
He said by boycotting the two functions, Dr Slaa has revealed his weakness before the electorate who held him in high esteem for his boldness and political uprightness.
Mr Honest Peter was of the view that by boycotting the two national functions, Dr Slaa has disqualified himself as a serious candidate in future polls.
"As a candidate he was supposed to respect the decision of the people. Dr Slaa is wrong in trying to force a different verdict," he added.
Ms Margareth Thomas, a businesswoman, advised Dr Slaa to adjust his political strategies in future.
Meanwhile, a councillor elect for Mji Mpya ward in Moshi Municipality, Mr Abuu Shayo, has requested President Kikwete to provide free education and health to Tanzanians.
He said the majority of Tanzanians cannot afford to meet higher education and health bills, the government could subsidise or provide such services free of charge to equip Tanzanians with necessary skills and physical ability to eradicate poverty.

Source: to be known soon.
This is kinda-Crap!

Are Moshi residents different from the rest of Tanzanians who supported him highly for the same action?
Guy, if you have a personal mission with this post, then put it clearly visible!
 

Chesty

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SEVERAL Moshi urban residents have expressed concern over the conduct of the Chadema Secretary General, Dr Wilbrod Slaa, after losing in the presidential race in the just ended general elections.
Dr Slaa, who emerged second in the race, boycotted the final official results announcement ceremony organised by the National Electoral Commission (NEC) at the Karimjee Hall in Dar es Salaam on Friday.
Dr Slaa also failed to show up at the swearing-in ceremony at the Uhuru Stadium on Saturday, despite the call by President Jakaya Kikwete for post-election political healing.
The residents criticised Dr Slaa for his conduct, claiming the behaviour reflected political immaturity, lack of tolerance and civility.
"As a matured and respected presidential candidate, he should have joined other candidates to attend the two functions instead of claiming that the polls were rigged," Mr Innocent John, a businessman told the 'Daily News'.
He said by boycotting the two functions, Dr Slaa has revealed his weakness before the electorate who held him in high esteem for his boldness and political uprightness.
Mr Honest Peter was of the view that by boycotting the two national functions, Dr Slaa has disqualified himself as a serious candidate in future polls.
"As a candidate he was supposed to respect the decision of the people. Dr Slaa is wrong in trying to force a different verdict," he added.
Ms Margareth Thomas, a businesswoman, advised Dr Slaa to adjust his political strategies in future.
Meanwhile, a councillor elect for Mji Mpya ward in Moshi Municipality, Mr Abuu Shayo, has requested President Kikwete to provide free education and health to Tanzanians.
He said the majority of Tanzanians cannot afford to meet higher education and health bills, the government could subsidise or provide such services free of charge to equip Tanzanians with necessary skills and physical ability to eradicate poverty.

Source: to be known soon.

I was interested in the source, and its not provided, unfortunately.
 

LeopoldByongje

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I was interested in the source, and its not provided, unfortunately.

"As a matured and respected presidential candidate, he should have joined other candidates to attend the two functions instead of claiming that the polls were rigged," Mr Innocent John, a businessman told the 'Daily News'.
 

Epifania

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Several, not all. I think majority of Moshi dwellers are supporting Dr Slaa's decision. Need more research on this, the sample interviewed is not representative. Sory
 

Bantugbro

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SEVERAL Moshi urban residents have expressed concern over the conduct of the Chadema Secretary General, Dr Wilbrod Slaa, after losing in the presidential race in the just ended general elections.
Dr Slaa, who emerged second in the race, boycotted the final official results announcement ceremony organised by the National Electoral Commission (NEC) at the Karimjee Hall in Dar es Salaam on Friday.
Dr Slaa also failed to show up at the swearing-in ceremony at the Uhuru Stadium on Saturday, despite the call by President Jakaya Kikwete for post-election political healing.
The residents criticised Dr Slaa for his conduct, claiming the behaviour reflected political immaturity, lack of tolerance and civility.
"As a matured and respected presidential candidate, he should have joined other candidates to attend the two functions instead of claiming that the polls were rigged," Mr Innocent John, a businessman told the 'Daily News'.
He said by boycotting the two functions, Dr Slaa has revealed his weakness before the electorate who held him in high esteem for his boldness and political uprightness.
Mr Honest Peter was of the view that by boycotting the two national functions, Dr Slaa has disqualified himself as a serious candidate in future polls.
"As a candidate he was supposed to respect the decision of the people. Dr Slaa is wrong in trying to force a different verdict," he added.
Ms Margareth Thomas, a businesswoman, advised Dr Slaa to adjust his political strategies in future.
Meanwhile, a councillor elect for Mji Mpya ward in Moshi Municipality, Mr Abuu Shayo, has requested President Kikwete to provide free education and health to Tanzanians.
He said the majority of Tanzanians cannot afford to meet higher education and health bills, the government could subsidise or provide such services free of charge to equip Tanzanians with necessary skills and physical ability to eradicate poverty.

Source: to be known soon.

Another Daily news bul...
 

Susuviri

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...oh :smile-big::smile-big:
Daily News :nono::nono::nono:
Zero credibility. Hata majina yeneywe ya kutunga, maana hawana correspondent based in Moshi kwakuwa waandishi wao husafiri ktk msafara wa JK only. So sasa hivi wote wako Dar.
Mwaka huu wata-spin :bowl: mpaka watachoka... ila haina effect yoyote...
 

Kiti

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Haya mambo ya DAILY NEWS msilete huku kwenye JF, yanatia kichefuchefu
 

TIMING

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"As a matured and respected presidential candidate, he should have joined other candidates to attend the two functions instead of claiming that the polls were rigged," Mr Innocent John, a businessman told the 'Daily News'.
Once I read Daily News, Immediately my mind reminds me that it is actually a "daily crap"
 

Manyanza

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sijaona kipya ulichoongea, it seems hata watu waliofanyiwa interview ni walewale member wa Green (thithiem), nothing new jaribu kuleta post mpya
 

Gerad2008

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Daily News is CCM paper that never give positive comments in any of DK Slaa action. I'm also not surprised if this comment is from Daily news. Their news are profoundly biased towards CCM and as usual CCM to them is like angel i.e. never mess up.
 

mgt software

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ni sehemu ya upuuzi maana hawa wanjitaidi kuleta lawama ambazo azina mpango , yeye anatuhumu NEC na Usalama wa Taifa na JK mwenyewe kuhusu wizi wa kura hivyo wananchi wameeleweje kama akihudhria wakati kama angelikuwepo Mahakama karibu angweza kusimamisha ila kwa kuwa kulitangazwa matokeo ijumaa saa kumi alafu jumamos shrehe za kuapa angemshitaki nani na mahakama ipi inayofunguliwa jmosi, hayo ni majungu tu Moshi awawezi kufanya hivyo mwandish katumwa
 

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I support the stand taken by Dr. Slaa, there is no need for an upright person like him to rub shoulders with people without integrity. From whatever source this information is originating:

  1. Are they sure that Kikwete Victory is the decision of the people-THEY SHOULD READ THE EAST AFRICA- international and local observers concluded that Kikwete was supported by NEC and TISS to win. How could one expect Dr. Slaa with all the existing evidence of rigging to go all the way to HUG KIKWETE AND SMILE BEFORE CAMERA'S. IF Dr. Slaa would have done that I would have considered him insane.
  2. The source of this information should understand that smiling at a person who wants to kill you gives him the reasons to even kill you faster. Changes in this county can be made by people who can take a stand like the one taken by Dr. Slaa and not the HYPOCRITS.

 

Ferds

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What if the said views appeared in the Guardian Newspaper,au mnataka gazeti gani liseme ndio mkubali
 

mchillo

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SEVERAL Moshi urban residents have expressed concern over the conduct of the Chadema Secretary General, Dr Wilbrod Slaa, after losing in the presidential race in the just ended general elections.
Dr Slaa, who emerged second in the race, boycotted the final official results announcement ceremony organised by the National Electoral Commission (NEC) at the Karimjee Hall in Dar es Salaam on Friday.
Dr Slaa also failed to show up at the swearing-in ceremony at the Uhuru Stadium on Saturday, despite the call by President Jakaya Kikwete for post-election political healing.
The residents criticised Dr Slaa for his conduct, claiming the behaviour reflected political immaturity, lack of tolerance and civility.
"As a matured and respected presidential candidate, he should have joined other candidates to attend the two functions instead of claiming that the polls were rigged," Mr Innocent John, a businessman told the 'Daily News’.
He said by boycotting the two functions, Dr Slaa has revealed his weakness before the electorate who held him in high esteem for his boldness and political uprightness.
Mr Honest Peter was of the view that by boycotting the two national functions, Dr Slaa has disqualified himself as a serious candidate in future polls.
"As a candidate he was supposed to respect the decision of the people. Dr Slaa is wrong in trying to force a different verdict," he added.
Ms Margareth Thomas, a businesswoman, advised Dr Slaa to adjust his political strategies in future.
Meanwhile, a councillor elect for Mji Mpya ward in Moshi Municipality, Mr Abuu Shayo, has requested President Kikwete to provide free education and health to Tanzanians.
He said the majority of Tanzanians cannot afford to meet higher education and health bills, the government could subsidise or provide such services free of charge to equip Tanzanians with necessary skills and physical ability to eradicate poverty.

Source: to be known soon.
Yes, It is true that CCM affiliated Moshi resdents have a reason to be irked by Dr. Slaa's absence in the two occasions but no serious Tanzanian and CHADEMA member who could be irked by such act. Every peace loving Tanzanian fully acknowledged the absence as the two occasions were detrimental to democracy.
The so called swearing in day was actually the day of mourning to all peace loving Tanzanians and was seen as the height of rape of democracy by a clique of CCM hoodwinks who planned and executed mass vote rigging to facilitate Kikwete's winning.
There was no reason to celebrate and I was in fact amazed to witness double standards on the part of AU leaders who came to witness the occasion as the procedure amounted to coup of the people's will.

Again Dr. Slaa as a person had the right to attend or not attend such or any occasion judged by him as irrelevant.
Bravo the President of Tanzania's hearts!
 

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[FONT="]"As a candidate he was supposed to respect the decision of the people. Dr Slaa is wrong in trying to force a different verdict," he added. [/FONT]
[FONT="]Ms Margareth Thomas, a businesswoman, advised Dr Slaa to adjust his political strategies in future. [/FONT]
[FONT="]Meanwhile, a councillor elect for Mji Mpya ward in Moshi Municipality, Mr Abuu Shayo, has requested President Kikwete to provide free education and health to Tanzanians.[/FONT]


JK can cheat all the people for some time and some people all the time but JK can not cheat all Tanzanians all the time...............
 

sensa

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Chanzo cha habari ni mojawapo ya factor za kuangalia kuhusu reliability of information.Daily News ni ccm,kwa mtu mwenye akili asingetegemea watoe jibu tofauti na hilo.LONG LIVE DR. SLAA!
 

M-mbabe

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SEVERAL Moshi urban residents have expressed concern over the conduct of the Chadema Secretary General, Dr Wilbrod Slaa, after losing in the presidential race in the just ended general elections.
Dr Slaa, who emerged second in the race, boycotted the final official results announcement ceremony organised by the National Electoral Commission (NEC) at the Karimjee Hall in Dar es Salaam on Friday.
Dr Slaa also failed to show up at the swearing-in ceremony at the Uhuru Stadium on Saturday, despite the call by President Jakaya Kikwete for post-election political healing.
The residents criticised Dr Slaa for his conduct, claiming the behaviour reflected political immaturity, lack of tolerance and civility.
"As a matured and respected presidential candidate, he should have joined other candidates to attend the two functions instead of claiming that the polls were rigged," Mr Innocent John, a businessman told the 'Daily News'.
He said by boycotting the two functions, Dr Slaa has revealed his weakness before the electorate who held him in high esteem for his boldness and political uprightness.
Mr Honest Peter was of the view that by boycotting the two national functions, Dr Slaa has disqualified himself as a serious candidate in future polls.
"As a candidate he was supposed to respect the decision of the people. Dr Slaa is wrong in trying to force a different verdict," he added.
Ms Margareth Thomas, a businesswoman, advised Dr Slaa to adjust his political strategies in future.
Meanwhile, a councillor elect for Mji Mpya ward in Moshi Municipality, Mr Abuu Shayo, has requested President Kikwete to provide free education and health to Tanzanians.
He said the majority of Tanzanians cannot afford to meet higher education and health bills, the government could subsidise or provide such services free of charge to equip Tanzanians with necessary skills and physical ability to eradicate poverty.

Source: to be known soon.
Help me with my English?
What is several? It doesn't mean more than 50%, does it? Big bloody deal!!
Anyways, to even it out, several of us are irked by JK's ufisadi advocacy!!!
 

HISIA KALI

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Any news from Daily News related to Dr Slaa focusing on negativity is trash, therefore, no news, all the same. So, do not bother to post those news
 

Fishyfish

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First, what's the source?

And second:

As a candidate he was supposed to respect the decision of the people. Dr Slaa is wrong in trying to force a different verdict


The exact same could be said about CCM's leader.
 

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