Epic Battle “Magufuli vs Opposition”

Posted: August 25, 2016 in Uncategorized

I wish whole-heartedly acknowledge the pivotal role in the development of some areas in this Fifth Phase Government whose Head of State is His Excellency, Dr. John Magufuli, President of the United Republic of Tanzania, who has come up with a pro-economic development rallying motto “Tanzania is potentially very rich and let us all individually and collectively adopt and systematically demonstrate unflinchingly the spirit of working hard now as a means of economically and financially becoming successfully rich!”

To be honest I think the bulk of the problem is that Tanzanians have lived all their lives based on reaping where they did not sow. Corruption has became a culture so much so that asking people to be productive and be useful themselves will be classified as hunger, bad governance name it, the list is endless. But my advice to the few that understand simple economics should try and make best out of perceived bad situation. This our beloved country called Tanzania belongs to us all, let us join hands and make it shines. We should use our energies to support this “honourable” man MAGUFULI who stood up to the challenge to reverse the status quo of our country.

Tanzanians are impatient people just like Israelites were impatient with Moses. They want MAGUFULI to fix Tanzania in months or year. They were aloof when Kikwete and his band of thieves were milking the national treasury. Some even hail and support economic avengers. We cannot eat our cake and have it. They have forgotten where we are coming from. Can there be economic prosperity without peace? Can there be increased capital when there is a misunderstanding between two giant pillars? Can Magufuli change our economic orientation from being a dumping ground of imports over the years without exporting goods and services to generate foreign currency and increase production? What about our various depleted infrastructure like electricity, water, roads, etc? What about silenced MPs by Bunge? Fellow Tanzanians there is no magic wand or miracle than to support and encourage each other in laying solid foundation for future prosperity. Never support or encourage destroyers of our national assets as we will all bear the brunt. I may wish to remind Government that popcorns are normally fried in the same pot, in the same oil, at the same time and under the same heat conditions. But they do not all pop at the same time. When flood comes, fish eat ants. When flood recedes, ants eat fish. Only time matters. To make soap, oil is required. But to clean oil, soap is required. This is the irony of life. Everybody needs somebody Government need Opposition as opposition need government. Opposition parties feels and think President Magufuli has muzzled the democracy and now calling for countrywide demonstration come September 1. May God help our honest and all determined opposition parties fighting multifaceted epic battle on our behalf.

Opposition’s leaders should be commended for their bravery rather than insults from the same people they stand up to make their children meaningful and worthwhile. My heart breeds endless daily when I see vulnerable Tanzanians being deceived by the enemies of Tanzania, these rouges called politicians who unfortunately found themselves in the driver’s seat and still think Tanzania belongs to them must and should be taught a bitter lesson that the best way to kill democracy in Tanzania isn’t to first brain wash the people and make them see nothing good in following the rule of law! They have becoming popular without contributing any meaningful things to this country. Wise up my people and let us stop fighting because of political differences while wining and dining with our common enemies. Let us join hands and support the opposition new strategy to build rather than these thieves turned politicians who have completely destroyed our economy and made our country a beggar nation. Let us support UKUTA initiatives to repair the damage which would face this country by this leadership and our future can be reflected by total change Tanzanian and Tanzanians we deserves. I fully understand that democracy and good governance are twins especially in modern world.

Any Tanzanian who expects or who is not convinced that opposition indeed have characters of integrity and purpose committed to the restructuring of this country at the centre should not be denied a psychiatric test.

Anyone who goes about saying “Rome was not built in a day” but expects that Tanzania will become Rome in some years without opposition parties’ contribution is a complete disgrace to his/her generation; his/her hypocrisy deserves special intervention.

Have a nice reading pals.

Twitter @noor_abdul


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