Uyui: Tuliosomeshwa kwa Vitumbua hivi tunafanyaje baadaye (The Power of Vitumbua vya Tabora)

The Power of Vitumbua. Keep the ball rolling

Tuliosemeshwa kwa Vitumbua tunasaidiaje mama zetu?

Tuliosemeshwa kwa Vitumbua tunasaidiaje mama zetu?

TABORA is best known for vitumbua bites (snacks). Vitumbua are made of rice powder and are very delicious for breakfast and can go with tea, coffee, Milo or even a cappuccino. if you have changed to have a bite, try one and surely you will never stop yourself from taking another one.

For those who were raised through little income that came from vitumbua (Uyui being one of them), definitely we have something to return to parents who struggled for our school fees and uniform in their endeavor to ensure our academic journey is successful.

Quickly there are two things. One is to say thanks to Parent and give them something extra special and in the unfortunate event that Parents have already gone, just pray for them consistently. the second thing we appeal to you, is to give support to all mothers who sells vitumbua. Make sure you buy vitumbua wherever you saw a women selling them and encourage others. we have benefited. We strongly believe that, in so doing you will be keeping the ball rolling. We need to keep it rolling so that our young brothers and sisters will be having the same opportunities we chanced to have. We know and aware that time, life and operating environment have altogether changed considerably, but that should not be a barrier because we know the power of vitumbua. Have a good weekend.


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