Saturday, June 01, 2019

Injinia Mweusi Aua Huko Virginia!

Pichani ni Dewayne Caraddock

Hivi, inakuaje injinia (Engineer) mweusi, msomi, mwenye kipato kikubwa anaamua kuua wafanyakazi wenzake?  Jana,  Injinia Dewayne Craddock mwenye miaka 40, aliua wafanykazi wenzake 12 walipokuwa wanamaliza siku ya kazi huko Virgina Beach, Virginia.  Polisi walimua Craddock hapo papo.

Sasa, watu hapa USA wauliza kwa nini walimuwua wakati wauaji wa kizungu wanakamatwa na kuwekwa gerezani?   Na kawaida hao wauaji wa wengi wanakuwa wazungu, imekuaje huyo baba mweusi aliamua kuua?

Unaweza kusoma habari zaidi hapa:

Watu waliuawa  May 31, 2019 na Dewayne Craddock, walikuwa wanfanyakazi wenzake

Barua Pepe za Kitapeli

Good Day,

Can you help the less privileges people your country? I am willing to donate my late husband's funds to the less privileges for the help of mankind. All i need from you is your sincerity to use this funds if you are sure of your sincerity please get back to me.

Yours
      Mrs Madinah Hamza.

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Dear Friend
I am Mr.Robinson Jonathan personal attorney to a foreign national who died of heart attack 2010 without any registered next of kin as he was long divorced and had no child My client left behind (US$5.7Million) Five million seven hundred thousand united states dollars,in the bank here in Lome-Togo.The bank has issued me a notice to come forward for the claim or have his account confiscated,Since I have been unsuccessful in locating any relatives of my decease client.

I contacted you because you have the same name with him and you can perfectly fit as next of kin to My late client we can work together as partner enable us claim the fund and share it 50/50 I will give you more details as soon as I hear from you.

Regards
Mr.Robinson Jonathan

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Saturday, May 04, 2019

Serikali Yasisitiza Majadiliano Kuboresha Sekta ya Habari

Na George Binagi-GB Pazzo, BMG
Serikali imesema haina mpango wa kuendelea kuvifungia vyombo vya habari vinavyokiuka kisheria kwenye utekelezaji wa majukumu na badala yake itaendelea kutumia njia ya majadiliano pale inapotokea changamoto ya kiutendaji.

Mkurugenzi wa Idara ya Habari Maelezo ambaye pia ni Msemaji Mkuu wa Serikali, Dkt. Hassan Abbas aliyasema hayo jana jijini Dodoma wakati akizungumza kwa niaba ya Waziri wa Habari, Utamaduni, Sanaa na Michezo kwenye kilele cha maadhimisho ya Siku ya Uhuru wa Vyombo vya Habari Duniani 2019.

Dkt. Abbas alisema ni vyema wadau wa habari wakaunda kamati maalum itakayoketi na kujadiliana na Serikali kuhusiana na changamoto mbalimbali wanazodhani ni vikwazo kwenye utekelezaji wa majukumu yao ikiwemo vifungu na sheria za habari.

Aidha Dkt. Abbas aliwahimiza wadau wa habari kuzisoma na kuzielewa vyema sheria hususani Sheria ya Huduma za Vyombo vya Habari ya mwaka 2016 ili wanapokutana na Serikali kwenye majadiliano wawe na uelewa wa kutosha kuelezea vifungu vyenye changamoto tofauti na hivi sasa ambapo baadhi wanalalamika bila kuweka wazi vifungu gani vina mapungufu.

Katika maadhimisho hayo, washiriki walipendekeza maazimio 16 ikiwemo kuunda kamati itakayoketi na Serikali kujadiliana baadhi ya changamoto zinazokwamisha uhuru wa habari kama vile kufungia vyombo vya habari pamoja na kanuni zenye vikwazo kwenye Sheria ya Huduma za Huduma za Vyombo vya Habari ya mwaka 2016.

Taasisi mbalimbali zilishiriki kufanikisha maadhimisho hayo ikiwemo MISA Tanzania, Ubalozi wa Marekani, Internews, FES, IMS, Umoja wa Mataifa, UTPC, TMF, TEF, UK Aid, TAMWA, MCT, Unesco na Serikali ya Tanzania huku kauli mbiu ikiwa ni “wajibu wa vyombo vya habari kwa demokrasia, tasnia ya habari na uchaguzi nyakati za upotoshaji wa taarifa”.
Kaimu Balozi wa Marekani nchini Tanzania, Dkt. Inmi Patterson akizungumza kwenye maadhimisho hayo ambapo alisisitiza juu ya uhuru wa vyombo vya habari katika kutimiza majukumu yake bila kuingiliwa.
Balozi wa Uingereza nchini Tanzania Mhe. Sarah Cooke akitoa salamu zake kwenye maadhmisho hayo.
Mkurugenzi wa Umoja wa Klabu za Waandishi wa Habari Tanzania (UTPC), Abubakary Karsan akichangia mada kwenye maadhimisho hayo.
Afisa Mawasiliano wa Umoja wa Mataifa ofisi ya Tanzania, Stella Vuzo akitoa salamu za Katibu Mkuu wa Umoja wa Mataifa, Antonio Guterres kwenye maadhimisho hayo.
Washiriki wa maadhimisho hayo wakifuatilia ujumbe wa Katibu Mkuu wa Umoja wa Mataifa, Antonio Guterres kwa njia ya vidio.
Fuatilia matukio katika picha kwenye maadhimisho hayo.
Washiriki wa maadhimisho ya Siku ya Uhuru wa Vyombo vya Habari Duniani 2019 kitaifa jijini Dodoma wamesimama kwa muda kama ishara ya kumuombea aliyekuwa Mwenyekiti wa Chama cha Wamiliki wa Vyombo vya Habari Tanzania (MOAT) na pia mmiliki wa makampuni ya IPP, Dkt. Reginald Mengi aliyefariki usiku wa kuamkia jana nchini Dubai akiwa na miaka 77.
Washiriki wakiwa kwenye picha ya pamoja.
Washiriki wakifuatia mada kwenye maadhimisho hayo.
Mkurugenzi wa Misa Tanzania, Sengiyumva Gasirigwa (kulia) akisalimiana na Mkurugenzi wa Idara ya Habari Maelezo, Dkt. Hassan Abbas (kushoto) baada ya kuwasili kwenye maadhimisho hayo.
Mkurugenzi wa Idara ya Habari Maelezo, Dkt. Hassan Abbas akiwa na Kaimu Balozi wa Marekani nchini Tanzania, Dkt. Inmi Patterson pamoja na viongozi kutoka taasisi mbalimbali kutembelea mabanda ya maonyesho ya kitaaluma kwenye maadhimisho hayo.
Wachezaji wa ngoma za asili kutoka kabila la Wagogo walinogesha mapokezi ya washiriki na viongozi mbalimbali.
Picha na KD Mula
BINAGI MEDIA GROUP binagimediagroup@gmail.com

Saturday, April 13, 2019

Wehu Wavunja Kaburi ya Marehemu na Kubaka Maiti!

Imani ya Ushirikina (Uchawi) umezidi Tanzania!  Watu wanafukua maiti halafu wanaibaka!  Wana uchu ya pesa na mengine kuweza kufanya hivyo au ni wagonjwa wa akili?  Upumbavu! Mary Mkwaya Malamo alikuwa miaka 35. Alifariki mwanzoni mwa wiki.

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The Late Mary Mkwaya Malamo

Mwili wa aliyekuwa Afisa wa Wizara ya Nishati Mery Mkwaya Maramo aliyefariki mwanzoni mwa wiki hii na kuzikwa jana katika Makaburi ya Pugu Mwakanga jijini Dar es Salaam, Usiku wa kuamkia leo (Ijumaa) watu wasiojulikana wameufukua na kuutoa nje ya jeneza kisha kuuvua nguo .
Kaka wa Marehemu Mary, Deogratius Maramo amesema inasemekana mwili wa marehemu uliingiliwa kimwili lakini bado wanasubiri ripoti ya Polisi ili wajue kilichomtokea ndugu yao.

Kaka huyo wa marehemu amesema kuwa hakuna kitu chochote kilichoibiwa kaburini humo.!


Kaburi la Marehemu Mary Mkwaya Malamo baada ya kuvunjwa na wachawi


Mnaweza kuangalia Video HAPA:

Maelezo ya Fundi aliyegundua Kaburi Imevunjwa. HAPA

Ugonjwa wa Homa ya Dengue Umerudi!

(AP) - Tanzanian authorities have announced an outbreak of the mosquito-borne dengue fever in the commercial capital Dar es Salaam and Tanga region along the coast.

   Deputy health minister Faustine Ndugulile said Thursday that 252 people have been hospitalized in Dar es Salaam while 55 others have been admitted at health facilities in the Tanga region.

   Dengue fever causes severe headache along with muscle and joint pain. There is no cure.

   The Tanzanian government attributes the outbreak to heavy rainfall.

Thursday, April 04, 2019

Kumbukumbu - Mauaji Rwanda 1994

Wadau, nilikuwa mwandihsi wa habari katika gazeti la serikali, Daily News. Siku ya 4/4/1994, tulipata Telex kibao kuwa watu wanafurika Bukoba na sehemu zingine mpakani kutoka Rwanda. walisema watu wanauawa ovyo, kisa...eti WaTusi!  Walisema watu waliokuwa marafiki jana, leo ni maadui!  Asante Mwalimu  Nyerere, sisi waTanzania wote ni NDUGU!

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Rwanda genocide victims 1994

By The Associated Press

   KIGALI, Rwanda (AP) - Twenty-five years ago, Rwanda descended into an orgy of violence in which some 800,000 Tutsis and moderate Hutus were massacred by the majority Hutu population over a 100-day period in what was the worst genocide in recent history.

   The massacres, mostly by gangs wielding machetes, swept across Rwanda and groups of people were killed in their homes and farms and where they sought shelter in churches and schools. The mass killings started after a plane was shot down on April 6, 1994, in the capital, Kigali, killing President Juvenal Habyarimana. The killers were encouraged by hate messages broadcast on radio stations. Rwandan police, military and other government authorities did not stop the killings.

   Scores of thousands of terrified Tutsis fled Rwanda for neighboring countries including Congo, Tanzania and Uganda. The waves of murders continued until the rebel forces of the Rwandan Patriotic Front took control of the country. Paul Kagame, who led the rebels, helped re-establish order in the country and served as vice-president and defense minister from 1994 until he became Rwanda's president in 2000. Under Kagame's leadership Rwanda has achieved stability and economic growth, although he is widely accused of being intolerant of criticism and of running a repressive government.

   The scale of the killings in 1994 was unimaginable but the reporting and photographs taken at the time, for which AP won Pulitzer prizes, helped to inform the world of the horrors of the genocide.



Tuesday, February 26, 2019

Saturday, January 12, 2019

Four Witnesses Allegedly Killed by Kenyan Police!

By TOM ODULA
Associated Press

   NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) - Six men were dead. On that, Kenyan police and a watchdog could agree. Then the narratives diverged, and sharply.

   Police posted on Twitter that the six men had robbed a motorbike taxi driver and raped his passenger. Human rights activists quickly put together a different account from witnesses: Two of the dead were robbery suspects. The others apparently were killed by police for witnessing officers kill the two men.

   As frustration in Kenya grows over alleged police abuses, the public has begun fighting back. They have formed the Dandora Social Justice Center and others to investigate what they say the government doesn't.

   In low-income neighborhoods of the capital, Nairobi, police killings are common. Many cases have gone unreported with families suffering in silence, rights activists say. Rarely are perpetrators held accountable.

   Police officers have been implicated in numerous reports by international rights groups and even Kenya's government-backed rights commission. A database kept by the local Nation newspaper says police killed 180 people in Kenya in the first nine months of 2018, the majority in Dandora.

   Police counter the allegations of illegal killings by saying the rights groups are embellishing their reports to attract more donor funding.

   The rise of social justice centers in Kenya in recent months has had an immediate impact.

   The six deaths in October documented by the Dandora Social Justice Center were among 28 alleged killings by police documented over a month's time in Nairobi's low-income neighborhoods of Dandora, Mathare, Kayole and Githuria.

   One of the witnesses killed was a 17-year-old boy who climbed a tree to hide from officers but was pulled down and shot dead, said Beth Mukami with the social justice center.

   The center's account of the police killings was given to the Independent Police Oversight Authority, a civilian oversight group with the mandate of investigating police abuses. The authority says it received 288 complaints in 2018 of deaths and serious injuries allegedly committed by members of Kenya's National Police Service.

   The social justice groups have become a critical partner, said Dennis Oketch, spokesman for the authority. The groups work quickly on the ground, flagging cases when the crime scene is still fresh and witnesses are still available, he said. The groups also hold the authority accountable by following up on cases, he added.

   Wilfred Olal, who co-founded the idea of social justice groups, said the idea started about two years ago during discussions in a civil society group known as the People's Parliament.

   "The communities come together, do research on matters affecting the community, especially on human rights and social justice," Olal said. Most justice centers receive on average five cases a day.

   Other issues addressed in the 10 Nairobi slums that now have social justice centers include gender-based violence, pollution and political accountability.

   Currently most resources for the centers come from the community, Olal said.

   "We don't want to rely on donors so much. We are modelling justice centers to be business-savvy so that it gives them independence," he said. The centers have received some support from rights groups Amnesty International and the International Justice Mission.

   The community-based groups are the best placed to rapidly respond to rights violations and train local youth in leadership, said Irungu Houghton, Amnesty's country director.

   "The centers operate in very poor and marginalized neighborhoods," he said. "Bruised by neglect and violence, the centers' biggest challenge is building confidence and trust with the community that they can deliver results." Every time a young person is wrongly killed, "this trust is broken."

   People had had no safe place to go to report alleged police abuses, said Mukami with Dandora Social Justice, whose husband disappeared almost a decade ago in a police crackdown on a quasi-religious gang known as the Mungiki.

   Mukami says she suffered greatly as a single parent, not knowing whether her husband was alive or dead. The new social justice centers offer counseling to families of people who say they have suffered police-related trauma.

   One of the greatest challenges the new centers face is protecting their volunteers, Olal said.

   Currently one group member is in hiding after receiving threats from a police officer who was shown in a viral video shooting an armed suspect until bullets in his gun are finished, then taking a colleague's gun and shooting until it's empty too.

   The activist went into hiding after allegedly documenting how the officer pulled another suspect he had shot from a hospital bed, with the suspect found dead days later.

   Despite the challenges, the new centers have become community focal points for residents' complaints, Mukami said.

   "It shows us that people do not have trust in government and have nowhere to turn to," she said.

Recount Demanded in Congo Election


Martin Fayulu
By MATHILDE BOUSSION and SALEH MWANAMILONGO
Associated Press

   KINSHASA, Congo (AP) - Congo's presidential runner-up Martin Fayulu on Saturday said he has asked the constitutional court to order a recount in the disputed election, declaring that "you can't manufacture results behind closed doors."

   He could be risking more than a court refusal. Congo's electoral commission president Corneille Nangaa has said there are only two options: The official results are accepted or the vote is annulled - keeping President Joseph Kabila in power until another election.

   "They call me the people's soldier ... and I will not let the people down," Fayulu said. The court filing includes evidence from witnesses at polling stations across the country, he said.

   Rifle-carrying members of Kabila's Republican Guard deployed outside Fayulu's home and the court earlier Saturday. It was an attempt to stop him from filing, Fayulu said while posting a video of them on Twitter: "The fear remains in their camp."

   Fayulu has accused the declared winner, opposition leader Felix Tshisekedi, of a backroom deal with Kabila to win power in the mineral-rich nation as the ruling party candidate did poorly.

   The opposition coalition for Fayulu, a businessman vocal about cleaning up widespread corruption, has said he won 61 percent of the vote, citing figures compiled by the Catholic Church's 40,000 election observers across the vast Central African country.

   Those figures show Tshieskedi received 18 percent, the coalition said.

   The church, the rare authority that many Congolese find trustworthy, has urged the electoral commission to release its detailed vote results for public scrutiny. The commission has said Tshisekedi won with 38 percent while Fayulu received 34 percent.

   Earlier on Saturday, the commission announced that Kabila's ruling coalition had won an absolute majority of national assembly seats. That majority, which will choose the prime minister and form the next government, sharply reduces the chances of dramatic reforms under Tshisekedi.

   Congolese now face the extraordinary situation of a presidential vote allegedly rigged in favor of the opposition. "This is more than an electoral farce; it's a tragedy," the LUCHA activist group tweeted, noting a ruling party majority in provincial elections as well.

   This could be Congo's first peaceful, democratic transfer of power since independence from Belgium in 1960, but observers have warned that a court challenge could lead to violence.

   The Dec. 30 election came after more than two turbulent years of delays as many Congolese worried that Kabila, in power since his father was assassinated in 2001, sought a way to stay in office to protect his sprawling assets.

   "Even if Tshisekedi's presidency survives these court challenges, he will be compromised beyond repair and reliant on Kabila, whose patronage network controls most of the country's levers of power, including the security forces," professor Pierre Engelbert, a fellow with at the Atlantic Council's Africa Center, wrote on Friday.

   Statements on the election by the international community, including African regional blocs, have not congratulated Tshisekedi, with some looking forward to final detailed results and many urging against violence.

   Congo's 80 million people have been largely peaceful since the vote, though the U.N. peacekeeping mission reported at least a dozen deaths in protests in Kwilu province. Authorities also noted demonstrations in Kisangani and Mbandaka cities.

   Internet service has been cut off across the country since election day.

   Tshisekedi had not been widely considered the leading candidate. Long in the shadow of his father, the late opposition leader Etienne, he broke away from the opposition's unity candidate, Fayulu, to stand on his own.

   After election results were announced, Tshisekedi said Kabila would be an "important partner" in the transition.

   Fayulu, who was backed by two popular opposition leaders barred by the government from running, is seen as more of a threat to Kabila's interests.

   The difference between Tshisekedi and Fayulu in official results was some 684,000 votes. One million voters were barred from the election at the last minute, with the electoral commission blaming a deadly Ebola virus outbreak. Elsewhere, observers reported numerous problems including malfunctioning voting machines and polling stations that opened hours late.

   The presidential inauguration will be on Jan. 22, the electoral commission said Saturday.

Oil Tanker Explosion kills 60 in Nigeria

Burning Oil Tanker in Nigeria

By SAM OLUKOYA
Associated Press

   LAGOS, Nigeria (AP) - An overturned oil tanker exploded in Nigeria while dozens of people were scooping up the leaking fuel and many were killed, police and witnesses said Saturday.

   Hundreds of people have died in similar accidents in recent years in Nigeria, Africa's largest oil producer, as impoverished people risk their lives to collect fuel leaking from pipelines or trucks.

   "We have recovered 12 corpses and taken 22 persons with serious burns to hospital," police spokeswoman Irene Ugbo told The Associated Press. She said the blast occurred Friday evening in Odukpani in Cross River state in the southeast.

   But some residents put the death toll closer to 60.

   "The police only recovered a few corpses, many of the other dead were burnt to ashes," witness Richard Johnson told the AP.

   He said about 60 people were inside a pit scooping fuel when the explosion occurred. "It is not likely that anyone inside the pit survived as there was a lot of fuel in the pit," Johnson said.

   He suggested the blast was caused by an electrical generator that had been brought to the scene to help pump out the fuel for people's containers.

   It was not immediately clear what caused the truck to overturn.

   About a year ago, more than 30 residents in the same locality were burnt to death while scooping fuel from an oil tanker involved in an accident.

   Nigeria's worst such accident occurred in 1998, when more than 1,000 people died as the leaking oil pipeline from which they were scooping fuel exploded in the town of Jesse.

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