Friday, December 9, 2011
Tribute to Tanzania to fulfill 50 years of independence, but ... nausea allowance for MPs is very dangerous. I certainly I refuse
Today tanzania fulfills the 50 years since founds its independence from England and before that had been dominated by German and then in the second war world german lost colonies all and Tanganyika We fell into the hands of England, where the peace were committed to us over the official date as of today in 1961 . tanzania in this life has made its challenges as famine, war, and disasters such as accidents etc.................
and in the range of life yet we move forward to where we are hardy, but in every success there no one defects and today with the recognition of the importance of our leaders I speak to the issue of increase in allowances of members of our there are those legislators who care about their stomachs and their minds do not know that there are millions of Tanzania live life and low life very difficult. But he surprised the man I know from where to charm you think he comes from hell and then don't think debt that teachers claim governmental debt that the government owes to workers range does not see a salary inferior to the doctor today do not see a salary less the teacher of today, but they think their stomachs and they do not see even embarrassing to say the word the presence of citizens with a poor economy very heartening and it does not matter if I now read for the funding of government but cry and citizen lowly who I believe most of the ones who put them in power again if they gave them promises a lot of lies and now they come and cry out their stomachs regardless that the salaries are given the taxation of citizens, the situation is still fragile to prepare a neutral ground, including the cost of living they want to exploit citizen again under the same allowance to recompense them for sleep and slumber only to Parliament.
me and by country many know it is painful and certainly reaches stage to say that I have my great authority would put in all that waste bills for stupid like this to benefit the intestines of a few people while millions will weaken them perishing in anguish misery and hunger. while they are eating duck and celebrates and this I believe gives a curse for those who want the program to whoever approved this plan and to this union any political party from supporting arguments like this no reason to continue to vote for them and a lot for me I will give for mischief by these thugs the pen.
as true leaders of this country want peace was achieved and the public continue to grow in the faith and their governments must foolish things like this avoid at all and those opponents are deceit who cried on stage indeed hour by hour the situation is bad, then they agree this I told them that we have been deceived and now even you are you pretending you are fighting for the rights of Tanzanians and yet are deceit bosses do not expect to get our vote in the next elections, and continue to say that those greedy ones selfish cutting should be given an allowance over and amazingly there are doctors and teachers and staff at others but forgotten because of greed only member adult and his mind goes out and say either offer a bill to brand simply be raised allowances and he will sit endorsed know all he offended the people of Tanzania and sin against God, and indeed this sin will burning you all robbers last day and they think that Tanzanians can all forgive sin like this.
i congratulate all Tanzanians to where we are but together should show unstable medical teachers bark bark bark and other workers and also students who push the bark into the classes they want to exploit the land and these thugs mischievous pen without wanting to destroy this country because of their bowels. God Bless Tanzania and its people these defects of pen robbers were getting the blessings. GOD bless me no matter what but mus all exploiters resign.no way...
GO TO HELL ALL EXPLOITERS......
Written and Posted by Steven Mruma at Friday, December 09, 2011
Tuesday, December 6, 2011
|HAPA MWILI WA MAREHEMU MR. EBBO UKIAGWA KANISANI ARUSHA JANA|
|BAADHI YA NDUGU WANCHI WA JIJI LA ARUSHA JANA WAKIWA KATIKA MSURURU MREFU KUELEKEA KATIKA MAZISHI YA MR. EBBO.|
|HII NI STUDIO YAKE AMBAYO MARANYINGI WAKATI NIPO TANGA NYUMBANI NILIKUWA NAPENDA SAN KWENDA KWA AJILI YA MAMB MBALIMBALI YA MUZIKI.|
|BAADHI YA WATU WAKISUBIRI MAZISHI YA MR. EBBO.|
|PUNZIKA KWA AMANI MR. EBBO TULIKUPENDA ILA MUNGU ALIKUPENDA ZAIDI.|
|HUYU NI HAYATI MR. EBBO AKIWA KATIKA JENEZA TAYARI KWA MAZISHI YAKE YALIYOFANYIKA JANA MOKANI ARUSHA.|
Written and Posted by Steven Mruma at Tuesday, December 06, 2011
Saturday, December 3, 2011
.According to sources close to the family, the rapper who became famous for his hit song Mi Mmasai, died on Thursday night at Mission Usa River Hospital in Arusha after a long spell of illness. The rapper reportedly succumbed to leukemia after a long battle with the disease.
The news of his death has left the entertainment industry reeling in shock as the topic became one of the most trending issues on the social networks in the country.Mr Ebbo whose musical talents were nurtured at Kisosora Lutheran Church as a choir member did much of his work in Tanga under his label Motika Records.
He is survived by a widow and two daughters. According to family sources, burial arrangements are underway at his Arusha home and the singer is expected to be laid to rest on Monday at his home village.
Messages of tribute were pouring in with close associate Fred Mariki aka Mkoloni saying Mr Ebbo was a hardworking artiste who was also creative and had a vision for Bongo’s rap music. “It is rather shocking to hear of his death and to say the least I am at a loss for words,” he said. Master Jay of the MJ Studios in Dar es Salaam said the news was devastating, adding that he was sad given the fact that the late Mr Ebbo was full of energy and dreams.
“I met him once when he came to work at my studios but you could see that he had the desire to work hard,” said the producer. The rapper rose to fame in early 2000 when Bongo Flava was just beginning to gain roots in Tanzania and East Africa in general, with his unique style which was driven by the Maasai intonation of Kiswahili.
Dressed in traditional garb, he always left audiences spellbound with hits such as Bado, Kamongo and Mimi Mmasai. In most of his compositions, which were recorded at his Motika Studios, the lanky Mr Ebbo was proud of his Maasai roots, a feat that won him several admirers beyond Tanzania’s boundaries.
His political, economic and social conscience won him great praise that in 2003 he was signed by the government to head a campaign on the virtues of privatisation.
The campaign was aimed at educating the public about the benefits of privatisation in Tanzania. The efforts saw Mr Ebbo record a single, Ubinaf-sishaji, which translates as privatisation.
Written and Posted by Steven Mruma at Saturday, December 03, 2011