Will Lissu become a Puppet or a Patriot

nyandaad

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To me Lissu is aggressive patriot, ready to challenge without mercy, a character the elites would not like to debate with in a fair situation.
I believe many Tanzanians have been asking themselves, what was the use of the CCTV cameras in that compound. For sure, someone somewhere knows what happened.
There are those who do not care and argue that who is Lissu to worry about! But what is important is we should build a Nation which treat its citizens fairly regardless of his or her status.

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Maybe someone knows but wait a minute,who has balls to question?
 

nyandaad

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West community cares only about their business nothing else,anybody opposing them be here in Africa or elsewhere in planet will be challenged.So to be exact you either be a puppet or patriot and get challenged
 

Mpini Wa Chuma

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Now we are at the page lumumbas are sweating..yeah jus relax men u got every thing The parliament,judicial systems so what u afraid off?? Tundu knows what he's doing, even if were you someone messing around I don think u'ld have chill out en watch him crossing the line..give him a fair brah. Let him realise wat is inside. Nothing to loose with this shit killers..

mwanga mboga nimwage ugali even those Lumumba's are talking shit against, if they wanted fair speaker would at least show some respect his fellow member hata kama sio chama kimoja at least is his fellow christian nonsense kwakweli
 

The golden

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Can you give us an example ,how the opposition should behave as awaiting government in power
Lissu is a clear indication what kind of politics especially opposition are forcing on us, zero fact, zero answers to real problem, and lack of patriotism. Once your a leader even in opposition, you should know that your part of governing body, You need to learn to behave like government in waiting.
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Mzee Mukaruka

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Magufuli has proven to be a trouble maker,ineffective and unpredictable.These qualities are not desirable in the west.The question is will Lissu be better off then Magufuli in the eyes of the westerners?
Ni kweli, Rais Magufuli "has proven to a trouble maker" kwa wanyonyaji wa rasilimali zetu wa ndani na wa nje! Rais Magufuli ameonyesha ujeuri wa hali ya juu dhidi ya wanyonyaji hao kwa kuzuia mipango yao yote ya kuinyonya nchi yetu. Ni kweli it is true, Yes, it is very true that our President John Magufuli "is ineffective and unpredictable" when it comes to supporting the policies and attempts of investors who are all out to steal our natural resources and the riches in this country for their own benefit. No leader of any country, with a sound mind and who is ready to fight for his people rights, will ever be seen by such investors as "an effective predictable" leaders as far as their goals are concerned. Tujadili hili, la Lissu tutalijadili baadaye kwani hilo ni kwa maslahi ya Lissu mwenyewe!
 

Ndahani

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Asange of wikileaks should be an eye opener. It was a matter of time before what he tried to avoid could happen to him.
It's also dangerous to think the western guys will back somebody as an alternative, because he has fallen out with the leadership of the day.
They analyse issues in the bigger picture. Unless you fit in, they will never support your case
 

Mwanzi1

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Can you give us an example ,how the opposition should behave as awaiting government in power

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Sorry I must have missed your reply. The job of the opposition is to bring "alternative solutions" to country problems rather than stirring the pot of troubles end up damaging even the little fabric we all hold dear, hoping that the fabric will be mended once you're in power. We take the word OPPOSITION literally ending up opposing each and everything has been put on the table. The opposition in Tanzania is missing the point that there is no clear separation when it comes to political parties, once you swore that you will never work with one particular party, then you've just lost half of the voters from opposite. The opposition parties which are supposed to be a government in waiting, should focus to bring in more supports to their cause and win elections rather than rhetoric and shocking headlines. (unless you want to remain an opposition party forever).
 

mbalaka

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poor minded Africans, always believing that westerners have some evil agenda against them! if the westerners wanted to wipe us out they would in in just one week. If they wanted to control us for their benefits they would. You are living surrounded by western technologies and even your life depends on their medicines, your so called 'security' is their depreciated junk, but still complaining that they are ploting against you, sometimes they just want to help!
True.
 

mbalaka

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But you're doing the same mistake Lissu has been doing all this time, assuming that his enemy is the his been poking all along. But what if he's wrong, what if his enemy is within his own circle (and am not implying that is true). Lets out that on one side, Lissu is a lawyer, he's very much aware where to go and find justice if he feels that someone is not paying attention. How could investigators even start to investigate without his cooperation, he's a citizen of this country, he's under the constitution of this country, the constitution doesn't work out there, it works within our borders.
Nonsense
 

Rijali jandoni

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daah nilijua post mpya ila kwa wakati wake ni mgumu sana kujua anahitaji nini maana ukiona mtu mzima analia ujue kuna jambo na yeye pia afikirie mara mbili kabla hajaamua kitu,ila nauhakika anajua nini anachofanya
 

Qwy

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I believe your taking hypothetically here, but let's go with that theory that there where CCTV and shooter's face is clear. Let me ask you this, how many case have been solve in Tanzanian courts using CCTV footage as primary evidence? The answer is non, why, is because there laws which they they haven't been amended by the parliament before CCTV can be used as evidence in courts. You might put someone on stand but if they had good lawyer, they can work with CCTV image right there if they've alibi. Yes dead people are investigated but at least the judge will need someone who is alive to give account to what happen.
Alibi? Are you serious? Crafted one yes which definitely through thorough investigations the truth will be known obviously, so they should let things flow naturally and if there'll be obstacles along the processes they'll be dealt with as they come along. One step at time, easy. 'Crossing the bridge when you reach there'.
Strange thing is why not even showing the concern about the whole damn thing? 'The guilty are always afraid', that's where my instincts drive me.
 
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