Wait a minute….. Why should a traditional healer stash hand bombs!!!!

WHY SHOULD A TRADITIONAL HEALER STASH BOMBS?

A traditional healer resident of Ilolangulu, Uyui Tabora has been arrested by the Police for being claimed to hide three bombs in his house compound. The traditional healer named Msindi Kasaki (60) claimed that he was given those bombs by some one Maziku or Maganga to store for him.

POLISI MKOANI TABORA WAMKAMATA BABU MMOJA WA MIAKA 60 AKIWA NA MABOMU

Mabomu yaliyokamatwa na makachero wa Jeshi la Polisi Tabora kwa Babu mmoja Msindi Kasaki(60) mganga wa kienyeji mkazi wa Ilolangulu wilayani Uyui Mkoani Tabora,akiwa ameyaficha nyuma ya nyumba anayoishi akidai kuwa alikuwa amewekezwa na mtu mmoja aliyemtaja kwa jina la Maziku au Maganga. Habari kwa hisani ya Blog ya Juma Kapipi.

Roy Hodgson set to be named a new England Manager

Roy Hogson (64) has been set to be named as new England manager. According to the Guardian of UK http://www.guardian.co.uk/football/ The 64-year-old would complete the season at The Hawthorns before turning his attentions to England ahead of Euro 2012, though the FA is understood to consider him very much a long-term appointment with the World Cup in Brazil in 2014 in mind. “I’m grateful to [the chairman] Jeremy Peace and all at West Bromwich Albion for their co-operation in allowing us to approach Roy, whom I have since spoken with,” said Bernstein. “Roy is the only manager we have approached and we remain on course to make an appointment within the timescale we set out soon after Fabio Capello’s departure. Further conversations will now take place with Roy and my Club England colleagues.”

Tabora Airport up for improvements (Uwanja wa ndege Tabora kukarabatiwa)

Tabora Airport up for improvements

Tabora Airport for improvements this financial year (Uwanja wa ndege wa Tabora kuboreshwa mwaka huu wa fedha)

DAR ES SALAAM, TANZANIA-Tanzania in collaboration with donors has allocated a tune of $67.5million for construction of airports in this financial year. According to the Minister for Transport Hon. Omari Nundu (MP) the task of preparing the comprehensive plan for civil aviation for the next year will provide suggestion on how to deliver services.

Nundu said that the construction of the airport will work to improve infrastructure, a move which will help the industry to meet the required demand. Airports that have been given first priority in the first instance under the said project, according to Minister Nundu includes the Kigoma, Mafia, Mpanda, Tabora, Songwe, Singida, Mwanza, Arusha, Msalato and Bukoba Airports.
Presenting his ministry budget for the financial year 2011/12 in Dodoma recently, Mr. Nundu said that feasibility study of the Kigoma, Tabora and Shinyanga airports has already been completed.
He said the construction of Songwe International Airport was going on well and the new airport is expected to be completed in December this year.

“At the moment,” he said “the engineers are working on developing and building the passengers building, fire station, aircraft navigation station, placement of asphalt on road landing and flying airplanes which go with construction of other compounds.

Tanzania Airports Authority has completed a feasibility study and design of Msalato Airport with the support of the Arab Bank for Africa Development (BADEA), while at the same time the process of compensating residents living in the area is undergoing.
Mr. Nundu told the Parliament that the government is in discussions with development partners and financial institutions like Arab Bank for Africa Development (BADEA) and the African Development Bank (ADB) to get money for construction of a compound that costs about $105 million.
“Among these actors, African Development Bank has shown interest in providing long-term loan for construction the park,” he said.

About the Bagamoyo international airport, Mr. Nundu said that the feasibility study and the designing of the airport in the magnitude of 8000 hectares has completed and the construction of the airport could commence in the year 2012-2013.
He further said that the construction of Bukoba, Mpanda, Tabora, Kigoma, Arusha, Mafia Airports will start in 2011-2012 being covered by the same project. Meanwhile, “my ministry is still seeking funds that will see the construction of Shinyanga and Sumbawanga Airports,” he noted.
The ministry for transport has tabled a total of $.158 million (Tsh 237 billion) for the fiscal year 2011-2012 budget.
In another development, Tanzania is expected to receive $ 250m loan from the consortium of Tanzanian-banks led by Stanbic for infrastructure.
Sunday, 28 August 2011 18:56 source: Business Week by John Mbalamwezi

A TRIBUTE TO THE FORMER 202 BRIGADE COMMANDER OF TABORA LT GENERAL MAYUNGA

MUSUGURI (KULIA) NA SILAS MAYUNGA

Retired Lieutenant General Sillas Mayunga (71) (left in the picture) died yesterday in India where he was receiving some treatments. General Mayunga was once in 1970s a Brigade commander of 202 base Tabora and it was during that time Tabora prospered in football. One of his legacy was the formulation of a team that was known as VITA YA TABORA which was owned by the Defence force.
the late Mayunga was very popular in Tabora because he was very social and he used to attend various footbal matches at the Uwanja wa Vita. He will definately be remembered by all Tabora soccer fans.

TABORA IGUNGA MP HON ROSTAM QUITS POLITICS

Tabora Igunga MP Quits Politics

Igunga MP Rostam Aziz quit Parliament yesterday, and said he was also stepping down from all posts in the ruling CCM to concentrate on private business.Mr Aziz said he had resigned as a member of CCM’s National Executive Committee (NEC) .The announcement was contained in a lengthy statement he read out in Igunga Township before a group of elders and party officials drawn from the constituency as well as a battery of journalists.

Source: http://www.thecitizen.co.tz/component/content/article/37-tanzania-top-news-story/12817-rostam-quits-politics.html

TABORA HOTEL

TABORA HOTEL. ONE OF THE OLDEST AND FABULOUS HOTEL IN TABORA. ONCE OWNED BY THE TANZANIA RAILWAYS CORPORATION AND NOW PRIVATELY OWNED AND MANAGED. DURING 1970-1980s THE PLACE WAS A POPULAR GROUND FOR BEAK DANCING

Hoteli ya Tabora au Maarufu kama Tabora Hoteli ni moja kati ya Hoteli za mwanzo kujengwa na kutoa huduma bora za daraja la juu kwa mkoa wa Tabora. Ni hoteli ya Ki-historia. Awali Hoteli hii ilikuwa inamilikiwa na Shirika la Reli Tanzania (TRC) kwa miaka mingi kabla ya kuuzwa kwa wamiliki Binafsi ambao bado wanaiendesha kwa ubora.
Uyui inaikumbuka hoteli hii ambayo iko karibu na Shule ya Sekondari ya Kazima kuwa ni miongoni mwa sehemu chache za burudani zilizokuwa zinatoa burudani mkoa hapo

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