Tanesco Kuvunjwa?


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Over a year ago, I wrote an article decrying country’s energy crisis. I am once again forced to revisit the same topic; using the same words that, no nation is in position to make economic progress where there is no reliable supply of energy. Especially at this age, and point in time. More than ninety percent of Tanzanians for that matter have been in the darkness since the beginning of time, and little has been done to end their nightmare. Shocking enough, a few persons tasked with the responsibility to end the crisis have been taking advantage of the situation by continuing to line their pockets at the tax payer’s expense.

Our leaders are testing people’s will, patience and resolve. The nation cannot be in the darkness while TANESCO entrusted with the task to providing power is but a “Corruption Project”. I am made to understand that, the architects and powerful names behind Richmond and now DOWANS may never face justice. They may, however, be awarded tax payers 185 Billion shillings. The only question I struggle with is, why pay them that kind of money, and for what?

The common man, the poor, and the powerless who can’t afford expensive generators, and do not reside in the affluent parts of the city where power is never off, have been left to dance the tune of power rationing year after year. What a shame for a nation blessed with many rivers, abundant fossil fuel deposits, and renewable sources of energy sufficient to power the entire nation and its neighbors for centuries?

Research centers, communication facilities, Factories and other businesses need constant and reliable energy supply to meet their production quotas, to retain the labor force; pay workers, and be able to compete in the domestic and international markets. The current environment of two to four hours a day, couple of days a month of electricity cannot foster economic progress. Something needs to be done, not today or tomorrow, but yesterday. The country needs reliable electricity, full stop.

Tanzania has financial capability to provide energy to her people, because billions spent on expensive Land-Cruisers, the amounts spent on unwanted, and outdated radars, the money stolen by EPA, Richmond fraudsters would be sufficient to bring to an end, the decades old power problem. The problem is simply the management; greedy, irresponsible, less visionary leadership thinking of today and not the future.


These are the root causes of the misery the country is in today. Our leaders are drunk with power. They are considering themselves masters rather than servants. If they love the country, and sincere into their public service, then TANESCO simply need disburdenment. The Minister of energy must take appropriate actions against the officials in his ministry who have shown gross incompetence, and abuse of public trust. Those implicated in various energy scams brought to justice.
Economic and Strategic security of a nation depends on energy independence, and sustainability.

We must therefore realize this, and prosecute Dowans, and Richmond architectures who are toying with national security. Tanzanian parliament, vested with powers to uphold and protect the constitution, must fight for our nation held hostage by a few corrupt individuals. The parliament must unequivocally, and aggressively deliberate on bills calling for prosecution of the economic criminals who are pushing the nation deeper into the darkness.

We must stop being a nation that celebrates rich and powerful criminals, while condemning to petty thieves, harassing and punishing young men whose crime is to sell bottles of water in Kariakoo to feed their children. We must not compromise our beliefs and morals for the political winds that are only seasonal, let your consciousness rule supreme. The parliament must be sacrificial, act swiftly and fast to turn on the lights for all Tanzanians, otherwise we are sad to say, that the nation will continue to remain in the darkness.

Failure to address energy crisis, will boil and push the nation into a point of no return, When people will be inclined to take power into their own hands, to turn on the lights; and that will be too little too late to salvage the situation. Political winds can be deceiving; our politicians must read the signs on the wall, telling them clearly, that the nation is rapidly descending into the dark ages, as the voices of the tax payers financing their lucrative positions shouting TURN ON THE LIGHTS. This is my perspective, what is yours?

Mungu Ibariki Tanzania
John Mashaka
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Over a year ago, I wrote an article decrying country's energy crisis. I am once again forced to revisit the same topic; using the same words that, no nation is in position to make economic progress where there is no reliable supply of energy. Especially at this age, and point in time. More than ninety percent of Tanzanians for that matter have been in the darkness since the beginning of time, and little has been done to end their nightmare. Shocking enough, a few persons tasked with the responsibility to end the crisis have been taking advantage of the situation by continuing to line their pockets at the tax payer's expense.

Our leaders are testing people's will, patience and resolve. The nation cannot be in the darkness while TANESCO entrusted with the task to providing power is but a "Corruption Project". I am made to understand that, the architects and powerful names behind Richmond and now DOWANS may never face justice. They may, however, be awarded tax payers 185 Billion shillings. The only question I struggle with is, why pay them that kind of money, and for what?

The common man, the poor, and the powerless who can't afford expensive generators, and do not reside in the affluent parts of the city where power is never off, have been left to dance the tune of power rationing year after year. What a shame for a nation blessed with many rivers, abundant fossil fuel deposits, and renewable sources of energy sufficient to power the entire nation and its neighbors for centuries?

Research centers, communication facilities, Factories and other businesses need constant and reliable energy supply to meet their production quotas, to retain the labor force; pay workers, and be able to compete in the domestic and international markets. The current environment of two to four hours a day, couple of days a month of electricity cannot foster economic progress. Something needs to be done, not today or tomorrow, but yesterday. The country needs reliable electricity, full stop.

Tanzania has financial capability to provide energy to her people, because billions spent on expensive Land-Cruisers, the amounts spent on unwanted, and outdated radars, the money stolen by EPA, Richmond fraudsters would be sufficient to bring to an end, the decades old power problem. The problem is simply the management; greedy, irresponsible, less visionary leadership thinking of today and not the future.


These are the root causes of the misery the country is in today. Our leaders are drunk with power. They are considering themselves masters rather than servants. If they love the country, and sincere into their public service, then TANESCO simply need disburdenment. The Minister of energy must take appropriate actions against the officials in his ministry who have shown gross incompetence, and abuse of public trust. Those implicated in various energy scams brought to justice.
Economic and Strategic security of a nation depends on energy independence, and sustainability.

We must therefore realize this, and prosecute Dowans, and Richmond architectures who are toying with national security. Tanzanian parliament, vested with powers to uphold and protect the constitution, must fight for our nation held hostage by a few corrupt individuals. The parliament must unequivocally, and aggressively deliberate on bills calling for prosecution of the economic criminals who are pushing the nation deeper into the darkness.

We must stop being a nation that celebrates rich and powerful criminals, while condemning to petty thieves, harassing and punishing young men whose crime is to sell bottles of water in Kariakoo to feed their children. We must not compromise our beliefs and morals for the political winds that are only seasonal, let your consciousness rule supreme. The parliament must be sacrificial, act swiftly and fast to turn on the lights for all Tanzanians, otherwise we are sad to say, that the nation will continue to remain in the darkness.

Failure to address energy crisis, will boil and push the nation into a point of no return, When people will be inclined to take power into their own hands, to turn on the lights; and that will be too little too late to salvage the situation. Political winds can be deceiving; our politicians must read the signs on the wall, telling them clearly, that the nation is rapidly descending into the dark ages, as the voices of the tax payers financing their lucrative positions shouting TURN ON THE LIGHTS. This is my perspective, what is yours?

Mungu Ibariki Tanzania
John Mashaka
Mashaka.john@yahoo.com
Hivi huyu John Mashaka anavuta bangi gani. Tanesco ivunjwe alafu Rostam Aziz akale wapi?
 

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Amua kuandika lugha moja kuchanganya hakusaidii sana JF na ujue watu wako fluently in swahili na najua john mashaka ni mswahili why do yo complicate life????????
 

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Nakuunga mkono matawi, hakuna haja ya kubabaika na lugha ya kigeni, sababu English tunayofundishwa sisi ni kwa ajili ya kukariri tu, au kama unajisikia kuandika kwa English basi weka na tafsiri ya Kiswahili, mimi huwa najisikia raha na ninaelewa zaidi mtu anachoongea endapo atatumia luga ya Kiswahili.
 

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Hasanteni wale wote mliomuwa kuungana na mimi kupinga matumizi ya lugha ya kingerza pale pasipo na sababu, hii ni vita ambayo nimeamuwa kuinzisha humu jamvini, kingereza kitumike pale ambapo ni lazima kufanya hivyo, kwa wale wanaodhani kutumia kingereza ndio utaonekana humu kwamba wewe ndio msomi wanajidanganya wenyewe, maana kenya mpaka machizi wanaokula jalalani wanaongea kingereza.
 

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Hivi kingereza alichonadika kina tatizo gani au jama ana damu ya kunguni.

Jadilini hoja. Hata kama kakosea au kachanganya ni uzushi kusema hoja anayojaribu kuiwasilisha haijaleweka.


Mimi wasi wasi wangu nni kuona serikali inataka kukwepa jukumu lake la kutoa huduma muhimu. kama maji umeme , barabara.


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MGsalon[/B]]Hivi huyu John Mashaka anavuta bangi gani. Tanesco ivunjwe alafu Rostam Aziz akale wapi?
MGsoalon Kuvunjwa kwa na kuchechemea kwa Tanesco ndio furaha ya mafisadi. IPTL, DOWANS, zinapiga debe chini chini kifo cha TANESCO.

Watanzania tunadanganywa kuja kwa kapumni binaisi za kuzalisha umeme kutasaidia kupunguza matatizo.

BInafsi siamini.
 

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Amua kuandika lugha moja kuchanganya hakusaidii sana JF na ujue watu wako fluently in swahili na najua john mashaka ni mswahili why do yo complicate life????????[/QUOTE]

kiongozi na wewe una complicate life
Safi mkuu. Ndo ujinga wetu wabongo. Badala ya kujadili TANESCO wajuaji wanajadili lugha, kumbe wao ndo wale wale, Giza totoro
 

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Nakuunga mkono kwa asilimia mia. Wazo safi lipeleke kwa hawa viziwi wetu labda safari hii wanaweza kukusikia.
Tusikate tamaa, wamelewa na siku tusiyotegemea wanaweza wakawa si walevi na maneno yetu yakasililizwa.
 

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Amua kuandika lugha moja kuchanganya hakusaidii sana JF na ujue watu wako fluently in swahili na najua john mashaka ni mswahili why do yo complicate life????????
Nakuunga mkono matawi, hakuna haja ya kubabaika na lugha ya kigeni, sababu English tunayofundishwa sisi ni kwa ajili ya kukariri tu, au kama unajisikia kuandika kwa English basi weka na tafsiri ya Kiswahili, mimi huwa najisikia raha na ninaelewa zaidi mtu anachoongea endapo atatumia luga ya Kiswahili.

Jamani hii article haikuletwa hapa na Mashaka bali imeletwa na Fisadi Original. Sasa kumsakama Mashaka ni kumuonea bure kwa kuwa hakuiandika kwa ajili ya JF. Aliyeileta hapa amefanya hivyo kama watu wengine wafanyavyo kwa kuleta ku-copy magazeti na kutuletea hapa.
 

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Hasanteni wale wote mliomuwa kuungana na mimi kupinga matumizi ya lugha ya kingerza pale pasipo na sababu, hii ni vita ambayo nimeamuwa kuinzisha humu jamvini, kingereza kitumike pale ambapo ni lazima kufanya hivyo, kwa wale wanaodhani kutumia kingereza ndio utaonekana humu kwamba wewe ndio msomi wanajidanganya wenyewe, maana kenya mpaka machizi wanaokula jalalani wanaongea kingereza.
Lakini Kiiengereza si ni lugha ya Taifa kama ilivyo kiswahili?? Mimi nafikiri watu wawe na uhuru wa kutumia lugha hizo mbili. Hata kwenye thread za kiswahili bado huwa tunapata tabu kuelewana humu kwa kuwa kiswahili vilevile ni tatizo.
 

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over a year ago, i wrote an article decrying country's energy crisis. I am once again forced to revisit the same topic; using the same words that, no nation is in position to make economic progress where there is no reliable supply of energy. Especially at this age, and point in time. More than ninety percent of tanzanians for that matter have been in the darkness since the beginning of time, and little has been done to end their nightmare. Shocking enough, a few persons tasked with the responsibility to end the crisis have been taking advantage of the situation by continuing to line their pockets at the tax payer's expense.

our leaders are testing people's will, patience and resolve. The nation cannot be in the darkness while tanesco entrusted with the task to providing power is but a "corruption project". I am made to understand that, the architects and powerful names behind richmond and now dowans may never face justice. They may, however, be awarded tax payers 185 billion shillings. The only question i struggle with is, why pay them that kind of money, and for what?

the common man, the poor, and the powerless who can't afford expensive generators, and do not reside in the affluent parts of the city where power is never off, have been left to dance the tune of power rationing year after year. What a shame for a nation blessed with many rivers, abundant fossil fuel deposits, and renewable sources of energy sufficient to power the entire nation and its neighbors for centuries?

research centers, communication facilities, factories and other businesses need constant and reliable energy supply to meet their production quotas, to retain the labor force; pay workers, and be able to compete in the domestic and international markets. The current environment of two to four hours a day, couple of days a month of electricity cannot foster economic progress. Something needs to be done, not today or tomorrow, but yesterday. The country needs reliable electricity, full stop.

tanzania has financial capability to provide energy to her people, because billions spent on expensive land-cruisers, the amounts spent on unwanted, and outdated radars, the money stolen by epa, richmond fraudsters would be sufficient to bring to an end, the decades old power problem. The problem is simply the management; greedy, irresponsible, less visionary leadership thinking of today and not the future.


these are the root causes of the misery the country is in today. Our leaders are drunk with power. They are considering themselves masters rather than servants. If they love the country, and sincere into their public service, then tanesco simply need disburdenment. The minister of energy must take appropriate actions against the officials in his ministry who have shown gross incompetence, and abuse of public trust. Those implicated in various energy scams brought to justice.
economic and strategic security of a nation depends on energy independence, and sustainability.

we must therefore realize this, and prosecute dowans, and richmond architectures who are toying with national security. Tanzanian parliament, vested with powers to uphold and protect the constitution, must fight for our nation held hostage by a few corrupt individuals. The parliament must unequivocally, and aggressively deliberate on bills calling for prosecution of the economic criminals who are pushing the nation deeper into the darkness.

we must stop being a nation that celebrates rich and powerful criminals, while condemning to petty thieves, harassing and punishing young men whose crime is to sell bottles of water in kariakoo to feed their children. We must not compromise our beliefs and morals for the political winds that are only seasonal, let your consciousness rule supreme. The parliament must be sacrificial, act swiftly and fast to turn on the lights for all tanzanians, otherwise we are sad to say, that the nation will continue to remain in the darkness.

failure to address energy crisis, will boil and push the nation into a point of no return, when people will be inclined to take power into their own hands, to turn on the lights; and that will be too little too late to salvage the situation. Political winds can be deceiving; our politicians must read the signs on the wall, telling them clearly, that the nation is rapidly descending into the dark ages, as the voices of the tax payers financing their lucrative positions shouting turn on the lights. This is my perspective, what is yours?

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john mashaka
mashaka.john@yahoo.com

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Hasanteni wale wote mliomuwa kuungana na mimi kupinga matumizi ya lugha ya kingerza pale pasipo na sababu, hii ni vita ambayo nimeamuwa kuinzisha humu jamvini, kingereza kitumike pale ambapo ni lazima kufanya hivyo, kwa wale wanaodhani kutumia kingereza ndio utaonekana humu kwamba wewe ndio msomi wanajidanganya wenyewe, maana kenya mpaka machizi wanaokula jalalani wanaongea kingereza.
Naona tutumie Kiha sasa kwa vile hata kiswahili hatukiwezi........wacha watu wajieleze kwa namna wanaweza kujieleza...hakuna sheria inayolazimisha lugha fulani wala hakuna apendaye kuonekana msomi hapa....sikatai wajinga wako wengi tu humu na hawapimwi kwa lugha gani wanayotumia bali kwa hoja zao....kama yule MALARIA SUGU
 

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