Yaliojiri jana na yatakayojiri leo kumuaaga Tata Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela


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Baadhi ya Maraisi wakingia South Afrika hapo jana jumatatu:-
View attachment 125809 Robert Mugabe na mkewe View attachment 125810 Uhuru Kenyatta na mkewe

View attachment 125812 Yoweri Museveni View attachment 125811 Joyce Banda
View attachment 125813 Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo View attachment 125814 Barack Obama na mkewe wakiondoka US jana

View attachment 125815 uwanja utakaoutumika unawezo wa kuweka watu karibia 95,000, mpaka sasa 91 heads of state and 10 former heads of state wameconfirm kuhudhuria. Ulinzi umeimarishwa jukwaa limezungushwa na kioo kinachozuia risasi. Mpaka jana asubuhi wana habari 1500 walipatiwa vibali jana kufanya kazi, wananchi wanaruhisiwa kuingia ila namba ikitimia ni mwisho, watu wamepiga kambi ya kulalal nje kuwahi foleni ya kuingia kesho.
View attachment 125816 Kijijini Qunu Tata Madiba atazikwa hapo, nyumba yake inaonekana kwa pembeni yenye vigae eneo liloandaliwa kwa mazishi lina uwezo wa kubeba watu 5000, ofisi ya Raisi imeshauri viongozi na wageni wakimataifa wasiende kutokana na ufinyu wa eneo ila wamesema hawatamzuia atakayetaka kwenda.
Ratiba ni kama ifuatavyo


STATE MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR THE LATE FORMER PRESIDENT
Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela: 10 December 2013, 11:00 – 15:00
(kumbuka sisi tutaangalia kuanzia saa sita mchana)
Mr Cyril Ramaphosa and Ms Baleka Mbete
National Anthem: Mass Choir
Welcome and Opening Remarks: Programme Directors
Interfaith Prayers
Tribute by Family Friend: Andrew Mlangeni
Tribute by Family: General Thanduxolo Mandela
Tribute by the Grandchildren: Mbuso Mandela, Andile Mandela, Zozuko Dlamini, Phumla Mandela
Tribute by UN Representative: Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon
Tribute by AU Commission Chair: Dr Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma
Tribute by Foreign Dignitaries: President Barack Obama (USA), President Dilma Rousseff (Brazil), Vice-President Li Yuanchao (China), President Hifikepunye Pohamba (Namibia), President Pranab Mukherjee (India), President Raúl Castro Ruz (Cuba)

Keynote Address by the President of the Republic of South Africa:
His Excellency Jacob Zuma
Sermon: Bishop Ivan Abrahams
Vote of Thanks: Premier of Gauteng, Nomvula Mokonyane
NB: Hii list ya Marais watakaongea mbona kama Afrika haipo only Namibia? Je huu uchaguzi Maraisi watoa hotuba umeuonaje, nini unazani imepelekea waliochaguliwa kuchaguliwa?
Ab-Titchaz, Cookie, Shadow, Money Stunna, MziziMkavu, Mr Rocky, Bujibuji, FaizaFoxy, kabanga, Heaven on Earth, Rutashubanyuma, Smile, Mamndenyi, Mtazamaji, Hero, Mauza uza, Endaku's, nngu007, Dark City, The Boss, Mchambuzi na wengineo tulijadili hili tunapomuenzi Tata Madiba "The Hero"

Ni mimi mdau nawakilisha, samahani naanza na kuwatag kabla ya salamu:A S tongue:

"I dream of an Africa which is in peace with itself. I dream of the realization of unity of Africa whereby its leaders, some of whom are highly competent and experienced, can unite in their efforts to improve and to solve the problems of Africa." Nelson Mandela




 
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Kwangu mimi madiba ni aina ya kiumbe ambaye nakosa maneno ya kumwelezea.

Mungu ampe pumziko jema na sisi atutafutie kama akina Madiba wengine 4 tu ili tuivushe hii dunia kutoka kwenye hiki kizungumkuti.
 
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LIST OF CONFIRMED GUESTS

Afghanistan: His Excellency Hamid Karzai, President
Algeria: His Excellency Mr Abdelkader Bensalah, Speaker of the Council of the Nation (Senate) – rank above the Prime Minister
Angola: His Excellency Mr Manuel Vicente, Vice President
Argentina: Mr Amado Boudou, Acting President of Argentina
Australia: His Excellency Mr Tony Abbott, MP, Prime Minister
Bahamas: Right Honourable Perry Christie, Prime Minister
Bangladesh: His Excellency Mr Md. Abdul Hamid MD ABDUL, President
Belgium: His Royal Highness King Philippe
Benin: His Excellency Boni Yayi, President
Botswana: His Excellency Lt Gen. Seretse Khama Ian Khama, President
Brazil: Her Excellency Dilma Rousseff, President
Burundi: His Excellency Pierre Nkurunziza, President
Canada: His Excellency Stephen Harper, Prime Minister
Chad: His Excellency Mr Idriss Deby Itno, President
China: His Excellency Li Yuanchao, Vice President,
Comores: His Excellency Dr Ikiliou Dhoinine, President
Congo (Republic of the Congo): His Excellency Mr Denis Sassou-Nguesso, President
Congo (Democratic Republic of Congo): His Excellency Joseph Kabila, President
Cote d Ivoire: His Excellency President Allassane Ouattara, President
Croatia: His Excellency Josipovic Ivo, President
Cuba: His Excellency Raul Castro Ruz, President
Denmark: His Royal Highness, Crown Prince Federick
Djibouti: His Excellency Ismail Omar Guelleh, President
Ethiopia: His Excellency Ato Hailemariam Dessalegn, Prime Minister
Equatorial Guinea: His Excellency Mr Obiang Mbasogo, President
France: His Excellency, Francois Hollande, President
Finland: His Excellency Sauli Niinisto, President
Gabon: His Excellency Ali Bongo Ondimba, President
The Gambia: His Excellency Prof Alhaji Dr Yahya AJJ Jammeh, President Sheikh
Ghana: His Excellency John Dramani Mahama, President
Germany: His Excellency Joachim Gauck, President
Guyana: His Excellency Donald Ramotar, President
Guinea: His Excellency Prof Alpha Conde, President
India: His Excellency Pranab Mukherjee, President
Ireland: His Excellency Michael D Higgins, President
Italy: His Excellency Enrico Letta, Prime Minister
Japan: His Imperial Highness, Crown Prince Naruhito
Jamaica: Her Excellency, Portia Simpson Miller, Prime Minister
Jordan: Her Royal Highness, Queen Rania Al Abdullah and His Excellency Prime Minister Dr Abdullah Ensour
Kenya: His Excellency Uhuru Kenyatta, President
Korea (South): His Excellency Hongwon Chung, Prime Minister
Lebanon: His Excellency Mr Najib Mikati, Prime Minister
Lesotho: His Excellency, T Thabane, Prime Minister
Liberia: Her Excellency Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, President
Mozambique: President of Mozambique, HE Armando Emilio Guebuza
Namibia: His Excellency Hifikepunye Pohamba, President
Niger: His Excellency Issoufou Mahamdou, President
New Zealand: Right Hon John Key, Prime Minister
Nigeria: His Excellency Goodluck Jonathan, President
Niger: His Excellency Mahamadou, President of Niger
Norway: His Royal Highness Haakon, Crown Prince of Norway
Pakistan: His Excellency Mr Mamnoon Hussain, President
Palestinian State: His Excellency Mahmoud Abbas, President
Portugal: His Excellency, Anibal Cavaco Silva, President
Saudi Arabia: His Royal Highness Prince Muqrin bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud, Crown Prince
Saharawi Republic: His Excellency Mr Mohamed Abdelaziz, President
Senegal: His Excellency Macky Sall, President
Serbia: His Excellency Tomislav Nikolic, President
Seychelles: His Excellency Mr James Alix MICHEL
Spain: His Royal Highness Felipe de Borbon, The Prince of Asturias
Sri Lanka: His Excellency Mahinda Rajapaksa, President
Sudan: His Excellency Bakri Hassan Salih, Vice President
Suriname: His Excellency Desire Delano Bouterse, President
Slovenia: His Excellency Pahor, President
South Sudan: His Excellency General Salva Kir Mayardit, President
Sweden: His Excellency Fredrik Reinfeldt, Prime Minister and Her Royal Highness Crown Princess Victoria.
Switzerland: His Excellency Mr Ulrich Maurer, President
Swaziland: His Excellency Dr Sibusiso Dlamini, Prime Minister
Suriname: His Excellency Desire Delano Bouterse, President
Tanzania: His Excellency Dr Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete, President
Timor-Leste: His Excellency Kay Rala Xanana, Prime Minister
Tunisia: His Excellency Mohamed Moncef Marzouki, President
Trinidad and Tobago: His Excellency Mrs Kamla Persad-Bissessar, Prime Minister
Uganda: His Excellency Yoweri Kagota Museveni, President
United Arab Emirates: His Excellency Sheikh Nayahan Bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister of Culture – Special Envoy of the Emir
United Kingdom: His Royal Highness Prince Charles, Prince of Wales and Prime Minister David Cameron
United States of America: His Excellency Barack Obama, President
Venezuela: His Excellency Nicolas Maduro Moros, President
Zimbabwe: His Excellency Robert Gabriel Mugabe, President
Zambia: His Excellency Michael Sata, President
Arab States League: His Excellency Amb Samir Hosny, Minister
African Union Commission: Her Excellency Dr Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma, Chairperson
Commonwealth: His Excellency, Mr Kamalesh Sharma
European Council: His Excellency Mr Herman van Rompuy, President
Mexico: His Excellency Enrique Pena Nieto President of Mexico
Mauritius: His Excellency Dr the Honourable Navinchandra, Prime Minister
Mauritania: His Excellency Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz, President
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LIST OF CONFIRMED GUESTS

Afghanistan: His Excellency Hamid Karzai, President
Algeria: His Excellency Mr Abdelkader Bensalah, Speaker of the Council of the Nation (Senate) – rank above the Prime Minister
Angola: His Excellency Mr Manuel Vicente, Vice President
Argentina: Mr Amado Boudou, Acting President of Argentina
Australia: His Excellency Mr Tony Abbott, MP, Prime Minister
Bahamas: Right Honourable Perry Christie, Prime Minister
Bangladesh: His Excellency Mr Md. Abdul Hamid MD ABDUL, President
Belgium: His Royal Highness King Philippe
Benin: His Excellency Boni Yayi, President
Botswana: His Excellency Lt Gen. Seretse Khama Ian Khama, President
Brazil: Her Excellency Dilma Rousseff, President
Burundi: His Excellency Pierre Nkurunziza, President
Canada: His Excellency Stephen Harper, Prime Minister
Chad: His Excellency Mr Idriss Deby Itno, President
China: His Excellency Li Yuanchao, Vice President,
Comores: His Excellency Dr Ikiliou Dhoinine, President
Congo (Republic of the Congo): His Excellency Mr Denis Sassou-Nguesso, President
Congo (Democratic Republic of Congo): His Excellency Joseph Kabila, President
Cote d Ivoire: His Excellency President Allassane Ouattara, President
Croatia: His Excellency Josipovic Ivo, President
Cuba: His Excellency Raul Castro Ruz, President
Denmark: His Royal Highness, Crown Prince Federick
Djibouti: His Excellency Ismail Omar Guelleh, President
Ethiopia: His Excellency Ato Hailemariam Dessalegn, Prime Minister
Equatorial Guinea: His Excellency Mr Obiang Mbasogo, President
France: His Excellency, Francois Hollande, President
Finland: His Excellency Sauli Niinisto, President
Gabon: His Excellency Ali Bongo Ondimba, President
The Gambia: His Excellency Prof Alhaji Dr Yahya AJJ Jammeh, President Sheikh
Ghana: His Excellency John Dramani Mahama, President
Germany: His Excellency Joachim Gauck, President
Guyana: His Excellency Donald Ramotar, President
Guinea: His Excellency Prof Alpha Conde, President
India: His Excellency Pranab Mukherjee, President
Ireland: His Excellency Michael D Higgins, President
Italy: His Excellency Enrico Letta, Prime Minister
Japan: His Imperial Highness, Crown Prince Naruhito
Jamaica: Her Excellency, Portia Simpson Miller, Prime Minister
Jordan: Her Royal Highness, Queen Rania Al Abdullah and His Excellency Prime Minister Dr Abdullah Ensour
Kenya: His Excellency Uhuru Kenyatta, President
Korea (South): His Excellency Hongwon Chung, Prime Minister
Lebanon: His Excellency Mr Najib Mikati, Prime Minister
Lesotho: His Excellency, T Thabane, Prime Minister
Liberia: Her Excellency Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, President
Mozambique: President of Mozambique, HE Armando Emilio Guebuza
Namibia: His Excellency Hifikepunye Pohamba, President
Niger: His Excellency Issoufou Mahamdou, President
New Zealand: Right Hon John Key, Prime Minister
Nigeria: His Excellency Goodluck Jonathan, President
Niger: His Excellency Mahamadou, President of Niger
Norway: His Royal Highness Haakon, Crown Prince of Norway
Pakistan: His Excellency Mr Mamnoon Hussain, President
Palestinian State: His Excellency Mahmoud Abbas, President
Portugal: His Excellency, Anibal Cavaco Silva, President
Saudi Arabia: His Royal Highness Prince Muqrin bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud, Crown Prince
Saharawi Republic: His Excellency Mr Mohamed Abdelaziz, President
Senegal: His Excellency Macky Sall, President
Serbia: His Excellency Tomislav Nikolic, President
Seychelles: His Excellency Mr James Alix MICHEL
Spain: His Royal Highness Felipe de Borbon, The Prince of Asturias
Sri Lanka: His Excellency Mahinda Rajapaksa, President
Sudan: His Excellency Bakri Hassan Salih, Vice President
Suriname: His Excellency Desire Delano Bouterse, President
Slovenia: His Excellency Pahor, President
South Sudan: His Excellency General Salva Kir Mayardit, President
Sweden: His Excellency Fredrik Reinfeldt, Prime Minister and Her Royal Highness Crown Princess Victoria.
Switzerland: His Excellency Mr Ulrich Maurer, President
Swaziland: His Excellency Dr Sibusiso Dlamini, Prime Minister
Suriname: His Excellency Desire Delano Bouterse, President
Tanzania: His Excellency Dr Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete, President
Timor-Leste: His Excellency Kay Rala Xanana, Prime Minister
Tunisia: His Excellency Mohamed Moncef Marzouki, President
Trinidad and Tobago: His Excellency Mrs Kamla Persad-Bissessar, Prime Minister
Uganda: His Excellency Yoweri Kagota Museveni, President
United Arab Emirates: His Excellency Sheikh Nayahan Bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister of Culture – Special Envoy of the Emir
United Kingdom: His Royal Highness Prince Charles, Prince of Wales and Prime Minister David Cameron
United States of America: His Excellency Barack Obama, President
Venezuela: His Excellency Nicolas Maduro Moros, President
Zimbabwe: His Excellency Robert Gabriel Mugabe, President
Zambia: His Excellency Michael Sata, President
Arab States League: His Excellency Amb Samir Hosny, Minister
African Union Commission: Her Excellency Dr Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma, Chairperson
Commonwealth: His Excellency, Mr Kamalesh Sharma
European Council: His Excellency Mr Herman van Rompuy, President
Mexico: His Excellency Enrique Pena Nieto President of Mexico
Mauritius: His Excellency Dr the Honourable Navinchandra, Prime Minister
Mauritania: His Excellency Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz, President
Richard Kasesela President of Pan Africa Business Coalition
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[h=1]Nelson Mandela memorial guest list[/h] [h=2]Attendees will include 91 heads of state, 10 former heads of state, 75 dignitaries and 86 delegations from various organisations[/h]
President Barack Obama and model Naomi Campbell will be attending Nelson Mandela's memorial Photo: AFP/GETTY IMAGES








By Natasha Clark

7:00AM GMT 10 Dec 2013


The memorial to remember the former South African president will be held at the 95,000-seat football stadium in Soweto, where he made his last public appearance at the 2010 World Cup.

Members of the public and heads of state will attend the event, which 11,000 South African troops will secure in the highest profile world event seen in years.

Here are some of those expected to attend.

Heads of state and government:

1. David Cameron, who said that meeting with Mandela in 2006 was "one of the greatest honours of his life". He paid his respects on Thursday evening, and asked Downing Street to fly the flag at half mast. Ed Miliband Labour leader and Nick Clegg, the Deputy Prime Minister, will also attend. The Royal Family have confirmed that Prince Charles will attend the state funeral of Mandela on Sunday, while David Cameron will represent Britain at the public memorial today. The Queen has offered her condolences as she has decided not to attend.

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2. Barack Obama, accompanied by first lady Michelle and 26 members of Congress, will deliver a speech at the event. He has previously described Mandela as a "personal hero" and an inspiration to his career.
3. Controversy surrounds French president, François Hollande, and former head of state, Nicholas Sarkozy, as it is reported they are taking separate flights to the memorial. Sarkozy turned down an invitation to make the 11-hour trip with Hollande.
4. Ban Ki-moon, the UN secretary-general, who met Mandela on numerous occasions and said he was a "giant for justice" and a "human inspiration".
5. Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany, who praised Mandela as a "wonderful man", and will be joined by Joachim Gauck, German president.
6. Tony Abbott, the Australian prime minister, was criticised for not lowering the official flags after hearing of the death of Mandela on Friday, but has assured they will fly at half mast for the memorial.
7. José Manuel Barroso, EU Commission president, promised to "honour his memory by reaffirming our collective commitment to uphold the values of true democracy".
8. King Willem Alexander of the Netherlands, will be accompanied by Franc Timmermans, the foreign minister.
9. Crown Prince Felipe and Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy of Spain have rescheduled commitments to fly together to the memorial. Spanish King Juan Carlos met Mandela for the first time in 1992 where he awarded him the Prince of Asturias Award for International Cooperation.
10. Dilma Rousseff, Brazil's president, will attend with three former heads of state, describing Mandela as the "greatest person of the 20th century".
11. Mahmoud Abbas, the Palestinian Authority leader, who paid tribute to Mandela as a "symbol of freedom from colonialism".
12. Pranab Mukherjee, the Indian president, who described Mandela as "an icon of inspiration for humanity".
13. Robert Mugabe, president of Zimbabwe, called Mandela as a "champion of the oppressed" on Saturday, after previously commenting in a documentary in May that he was "being too saintly" and too soft on whites after the end of apartheid.
Celebrities:
1. Peter Gabriel and entrepreneur Richard Branson, who took an idea to Mandela which led to the formation in 2007 of The Elders, an organisation working towards peace and global rights.
2. Bill Gates, the philanthropist co-founder of Microsoft, is expected to attend, following multiple visits to South Africa. He spoke with Mandela extensively about Aids and fighting the stigma attached to it.
3. U2 frontman Bono, who worked with Mandela on the Make Poverty History campaign, which hosted the Live 8 concert celebration in 2005. He recorded 'Ordinary Love' for 'Long Walk to Freedom', Mandela's biographical film, which was premiered in London on the evening of his death last week.
4. Oprah Winfrey, the chat-show host, who visited Mandela at his home, described her relationship with him as a friend, mentor and inspiration. After discussions with him about poverty and education, he inspired her to create a leadership academy for girls in Johannesburg.
5. At least two of the Spice Girls, who met Mandela in a visit with the Prince of Wales to Johannesburg in 1997, where he famously described them as "my heroes".
6. Annie Lennox, who appeared at the 1988 Nelson Mandela 70th Birthday Concert and the 46664 concerts in 2002, inspiring her to take part in charitable and activist work with Sing Foundation.
7. The supermodel Naomi Campbell became one of the former South African President's "honorary granddaughters" after they met in 1993, and they worked on a number of charity projects together.
Former heads of state and government:
1. Gordon Brown - the former prime minister said Mandela was "the greatest leader of our generation … a leader of unshakable optimism".
2. Tony Blair, who praised Mandela for his ability to make "everyone feel at home and at ease", noting his address at the Labour Party Conference in 2000. "He had a quiet humility to him." However, Mandela strongly opposed the Iraq war, causing tensions between the pair in 2003.
3. Sir John Major, who was prime minister during Mandela's state visit to Britain in 1996, which featured a meeting with the Queen and 10,000 people turning up to see him visit Brixton.
4. Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton will attend both the public memorial, and the state funeral on Sunday, following annual visits to South Africa. Mandela attended Clinton's inauguration in 1993, and Vice-President Al-Gore led a delegation at Mandela's inauguration in 1994.
5. Former US president, Jimmy Carter, another member of The Elders, said his first words upon their meeting in Ethiopia in 1990, were to congratulate him on the birth of his daughter, Amy.
6. George W Bush disagreed with Mandela over the Iraq War, but both were passionate about combating Aids in Africa. Mandela visited the White House twice during Bush's tenure.

Not attending:
1. Benjamin Netanyahu, the Israeli prime minister, and wife Sara have announced they will not attend. Despite originally confirming their attendance, spokespeople for the prime minister claimed the visit will cost $2 million and the short time frame did not allow for the proper security arrangements.
2. Russia, Syria and Libya have yet to confirm if they will send anyone to either event.
3. The Dalai Lama is to miss the memorial, with spokesmen noting that it is "logistically impossible at this time". He visited Mandela in 1996, but since then has had two visa applications to South Africa declined.
4. Pope Francis has not confirmed whether he will be attending.
5. Fidel Castro, a long-time friend of Mandela, will not attend. President Raul Castro will however travel for the state funeral.

Source: Nelson Mandela memorial guest list - Telegraph
 
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Confirmation of foreign Heads of State and Government attending activities relating to Former PresidentMandela's passing

The South African Government can confirm that the following Heads ofState and Government and their representatives, as well as royalty, aretravelling to South Africa to join the people of South Africa in bidding afinal farewell to the late Former President Nelson Mandela:

Afghanistan,
His Excellency HamidKarzai, President
Mozambique
, President ofMozambique, HE Armando EmilioGuebuza
Algeria,
His Excellency MrAbdelkader Bensalah, Speaker of theCouncil of the Nation (Senate)
–
rankabove the Prime Minister
Namibia,
His ExcellencyHifikepunye Pohamba, President
Angola
, His Excellency Mr ManuelVicente, Vice President
Niger,
His Excellency IssoufouMahamdou, President
Argentina,
Mr Amado Boudou,Acting President of Argentina
New Zealand,
Right Hon John Key,Prime Minister
Australia,
His Excellency Mr TonyAbbott, MP, Prime Minister
Nigeria,
His Excellency GoodluckJonathan, President
Bahamas,
Right Honourable PerryChristie, Prime Minister
Niger,
His Excellency Mahamadou,President of Niger
Bangladesh,
His Excellency Mr Md.Abdul Hamid MD ABDUL, President
Norway,
His Royal HighnessHaakon, Crown Prince of Norway
Belgium,
His Royal Highness KingPhilippe
Pakistan,
His Excellency MrMamnoon Hussain, President
Benin,
His Excellency Boni Yayi,President
Palestinian State,
His ExcellencyMahmoud Abbas, President
Botswana,
His Excellency Lt Gen.Seretse Khama Ian Khama, President
Portugal,
His Excellency, AnibalCavaco Silva, President
Brazil,
Her Excellency DilmaRousseff, President
Saudi Arabia,
His Royal HighnessPrince Muqrin bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud,Crown Prince
Burundi,
His Excellency PierreNkurunziza, President
Saharawi Republic,
His ExcellencyMr Mohamed Abdelaziz, President
Canada,
His Excellency StephenHarper, Prime Minister
Senegal,
His Excellency Macky Sall,President
CHAD,
His Excellency Mr Idriss DebyItno, President
Serbia,
His Excellency TomislavNikolic, President
China,
His Excellency Li Yuanchao,Vice President,
Seychelles,
His Excellency MrJames Alix MICHEL
COMORES,
His Excellency Dr IkiliouDhoinine, President
Spain,
His Royal Highness Felipede Borbon, The Prince of Asturias


Donald Ramotar, President Moros, President
Guinea,
His ExcellencyProf Alpha Conde,President
Zimbabwe,
His Excellency Robert GabrielMugabe, President
India,
His ExcellencyPranab Mukherjee,President
Zambia
His Excellency Michael Sata,President
Ireland,
His ExcellencyMichael D Higgins,President
Arab States League,
His Excellency AmbSamir Hosny, Minister
Italy,
His ExcellencyEnrico Letta, Prime Minister
African Union Commission,
Her ExcellencyDr Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma, Chairperson
Japan,
His ImperialHighness, Crown PrinceNaruhito
Commonwealth,
His Excellency, MrKamalesh Sharma
Jamaica,
Her Excellency,Portia Simpson Miller,Prime Minister
European Council,
His Excellency Mr Hermanvan Rompuy, President
Jordan,
Her RoyalHighness, Queen Rania AlAbdullah and HisExcellency Prime MinisterDr Abdullah Ensour
Mexico,
His Excellency Enrique Pena NietoPresident of Mexico
Kenya,
His ExcellencyUhuru Kenyatta, President
Mauritius,
His Excellency Dr the HonourableNavinchandra, Prime Minister
Korea (South),
HisExcellency HongwonChung, Prime Minister
Mauritania,
His Excellency Mohamed OuldAbdel Aziz, President
Lebanon,
His ExcellencyMr Najib Mikati, PrimeMinister
Malawi,
Her Excellency Joyce Banda,President
Lesotho,
His Excellency, TThabane, Prime Minister
Grand Duchy of LUXEMBOURG,
His RoyalHighness Henry of Luxembourg, The GrandDuke
Liberia, HerExcellency
Ellen JohnsonSirleaf, President

Congo (Republic of the Congo),
His Excellency Mr Denis Sassou-Nguesso, President
Sri Lanka,
His Excellency MahindaRajapaksa, President
Sudan
, His Excellency BakriHassan Salih, Vice President
Congo (Democratic Republic ofCongo),
His Excellency Joseph Kabila,President
Suriname,
His Excellency DesireDelano Bouterse, President
Cote d Ivoire,
His ExcellencyPresident Allassane Ouattara,President
Slovenia,
His Excellency Pahor,President
Croatia,
His Excellency Josipovic Ivo,President
South Sudan,
His ExcellencyGeneral Salva Kir Mayardit,President
Cuba,
His Excellency Raul Castro Ruz,President
Sweden,
His Excellency FredrikReinfeldt, Prime Minister and HerRoyal Highness Crown PrincessVictoria.
Denmark,
His Royal Highness, CrownPrince Federick
Switzerland,
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Mshana Jr

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Ama kweli duniani kuna mambo, nakumbuka miaka kama miwili au mitatu nyuma mzee Mandela alizidiwa watu wakafikiri ndio basi tena Mzee ndio anaondoka hivyo

Wakati watu wengine wakihangaika kumuombea apone na madaktari wakiumiza vichwa kuokoa uhai wa mzee, kuna waroho wa pesa walikuwa wanahangaika kutafuta kibali cha kuwa wao ndio wawe peke yao wenye mamlaka na haki pekee ya kutangaza msiba wale na shughuli zote zitakazohusiana na msiba huo mkubwa

Sasa mzee kafariki bajeti ya shughuli kuutangazanzima ya mazishi ya mzee madiba inakisiwa kuwa dola za kimarekani bilioni tatu
Najiuliza tu hawa waliotaka kuwa na haki pekee ya kuutangaza msiba mkubwa namna hii, msiba wadunia walikuwa na akili kweli au waliongozwa tu na tamaa ya utajiri wa haraka?
 

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