Tuesday, March 29, 2016

CORRECTED-Giant rats to sniff out tuberculosis in Tanzania, Mozambique prisons


DAR ES SALAAM, March 29 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - S cientists in East Africa plan to exploit trained rats' highly developed sense of smell to carry out mass screening for tuberculosis among inmates of crowded prisons in Tanzania and Mozambique.
African Giant Pouched Rats trained by the Belgian non governmental organisation APOPO are widely known for their work sniffing out landmines, and are now developing a reputation in East Africa for their skill and speed at detecting TB too.
Tuberculosis is the leading cause of death, after HIV, from an infectious disease. Around the world, there are about 9 million new cases a year and around 2 million deaths, according to the World Health Organization.
In Tanzania, people in communities where TB is most common, including prisons, often fail to show up for screening because of lack of money or awareness, creating a huge burden for health authorities trying to tackle the disease, health officials said.
Because existing systems lack the accuracy, speed and cost-efficiency required to scale up screening of the highly contagious disease, many TB cases go undiagnosed, they said.
APOPO, with funding from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID,) plans to recruit and train more rats to carry out prison screening that it expects to be faster and more reliable than existing methods.
"We believe our unique TB Detection Rat technology will prove itself as an effective mass-screening tool," said APOPO's U.S. director, Charlie Richter.
"We then aim to expand the programme to all prisons, shantytowns, factories and other settings in Tanzania, Mozambique and other high TB-burden countries, as well as in high-risk groups such as those individuals living with HIV/AIDS. This will improve and save lives all over the globe at a low cost," Richter said.
Though data from African jails is hard to come by, studies from Tanzania, Malawi and Ivory Coast show that TB rates are 10 times higher in prisons than in the general population, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
TRAINING STARTS AT FOUR WEEKS OLD
APOPO says the rats undergo a rigorous training process that begins when they are four weeks old. As soon as the rats open their eyes, they are introduced to various stimuli and learn how to socialize and interact with people.
The rats learn to recognise the presence of TB in samples of sputum, mucus that is coughed up from the patient's lower airways, and rewarded when they succeed.
The testing process starts when a rat is presented with a row of 10 sputum samples, and when it detects TB the rat hovers over the sample for 3 seconds, Richter said.
The rats' accuracy at detecting TB is almost 100 percent, but they cannot distinguish between normal and drug-resistant strains, APOPO scientists say.
The APOPO system is fast, cheap and has the potential to greatly lower screening costs in poor countries, Richter said.
While a laboratory technician may take four days to detect tuberculosis, a trained rat can screen 100 samples in 20 minutes, and a rat screening can cost as little as 20 US cents when APOPO operations are running near capacity, he said.
APOPO's current programmes have screened more than 340,000 TB samples, halting over 36,000 further infections, and increased detection rates by over 40 percent in several partnered clinics, officials said.
Khadija Abraham, an expert at Tanzania's National Leprosy and Tuberculosis Programme, said trained rats had a great ability to detect a wide range of strong-smelling molecules that could help tracking down undiagnosed TB cases, especially in rural areas.
"Training an animal with a strong and reliable sense of smell to help detect disease in a vast country like Tanzania could potentially offer a valuable solution to help detecting the disease," she told the Thomson Reuters Foundation.
Training pouched rats requires little human skill since they only have to be exposed to the smell they need to recognize, Abraham said.
"Experiments show that these rats can detect a sample with TB parasites in a second and evidence has shown that they are able to sniff out even those with very minimal parasites,"she said.
TB cases are normally detected by sputum smear microscopy, a slow and costly process that has not changed for years and is not very accurate. The WHO insists that one lab technician should not test more than 20 patients a day, and says the chances of misdiagnosis are high if this exceeded. (Editing by Tim Pearce; Please credit the Thomson Reuters Foundation, the charitable arm of Thomson Reuters, which covers humanitarian news, women's rights, corruption, climate change. Visit news.trust.org)

Poaching of elephants at Tarangire decreasing, park authorities reveal

ELEPHANT poaching in Tarangire National Park has gone down for the past two years due to various measures to contain the rampant wildlife killings.
Park tourism officer, Geoffrey Mboma, said that between July 2014, and early this year only four were killed by suspected poachers.
 
The killing of elephants in Tarangire National Park for their tusks has been largely contained, according to the official.
 
Falling within the Tarangire-Manyara ecosystem, the wildlife sanctuary is reported to have the largest number of jumbos compared to other animal sanctuaries in the country.
 
The park is home to nearly 5,000 jumbos and is also famous for tree-climbing pythons.
 
He said that indiscriminate killing of animals for their trophies has also been contained due to intensified patrol and involvement of the local communities in conservation.
 
The chief park warden, Stephano Qolli, stressed on the need for the wildlife corridors linking Tarangire with other protected areas to be safeguarded in order to minimise the impact of human activities inside and around the park.
He said the animal pathways, mainly linking Tarangire and Lake Manyara National Park, have been turned into human settlements while livestock grazing inside the park was now common despite being prohibited.
 
The park official expressed concern that increased human activities may be one of the reasons for the declining number of wild animals in the park and the adjacent protected areas.
 
“Once there is an ecological disturbance through increase in human activities, the animals would simply migrate to other areas or get killed when they wander into the villages,” he pointed out, without giving any statistics.
 
He pleaded with the Tanzania National Parks (Tanapa) and the relevant ministries, including Natural Resources and Tourism as well as Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries to coordinate on how to address invasion of protected areas by livestock keepers and farmers, saying it defeated the whole purpose of conservation.
 
Tarangire is the sixth largest national park in Tanzania after Ruaha, Serengeti, Mikumi, Katavi and Mkomazi. The name of the park originates from the Tarangire River that crosses through the park, being the only source of water for wild animals during dry seasons. 
 
It covers an area of 2,850 square kilometres and recorded 161,792 visitors in 2012. It was established in 1970.During the dry season thousands of animals migrate to the Tarangire National Park from Manyara National Park.
 
It lies a little distance to the south east of Lake Manyara and covers an area of approximately 2,850 square kilometres (1,100 square miles.).
 
  The elephant population in the country fell to 43,000 in June 2015 from 109,000 in 2009.  
 
In February, this year an investigation into the death of a British helicopter pilot who was looking for poachers near Serengeti National Park had uncovered a criminal poaching ring led by a rogue intelligence officer, the Tanzanian authorities said recently.
 
After a weeklong manhunt that involved house-to-house searches in villages surrounding the reserve, at least nine people have been arrested in connection with the death of the pilot, including the suspect, a former police officer who used his current position as an intelligence officer with a regional conservation authority to help the poachers travel undetected, said Lazaro Mambosasa, the regional police commissioner. With the arrests, the authorities said, the ring has been dismantled.
 
The pilot, Roger Gower, 37, was shot on Jan. 29 while conducting anti-poaching surveillance over the Maswa Game Reserve. He and a colleague, Nick Bester, came across a newly killed elephant and circled back to take a closer look, and their helicopter was shot at by poachers who were apparently still at the scene, the police have said. A bullet from a .458 hunting rifle punctured the floor of the helicopter and ripped through   Gower’s leg and shoulder. He managed to land the helicopter but died from his injuries before help could arrive.
 
Among those arrested was the gunman, Njile Gonga, 28, who led the police to the rifle, hidden on his roof, and to tusks he had taken from the elephant,   Mambosasa said.
 
The country’s National and Transnational Serious Crimes Investigation Unit teamed up with the police and the local authorities to find the suspects, one of whom was chased hundreds of kilometers to the Tanzanian capital, Dodoma.
“We took this very seriously,” said Maj. Gen. Gaudence Milanzi, permanent secretary of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism. “We put a lot of effort into catching these poachers.”
 
Poaching is a serious problem in Tanzania. According to the most recent elephant census, published in June 2015, the country has 43,000 elephants, down from 109,000 in 2009.
 
In November 2014, the country formed a task force to investigate poaching. The task force has made a number of high-profile arrests in recent months, including that of Yang Feng Glan, a Chinese citizen had been suspected of exporting thousands of tons of ivory to China. Since the task force was formed, it has made more than 1,000 arrests.
 
  Gower worked for the Friedkin Conservation Fund and grew up in Birmingham, England. He trained as an accountant, but on the day he qualified for the job, he quit and started traveling the world, his brother Max Gower said in an interview. His travels eventually took him to Florida, where he trained to become a helicopter pilot. “He was very much his own man,” his brother said.
 
  Gower had worked in East Africa for the last seven years, spending time in Kenya and Tanzania. “Going to Tanzania, he had an opportunity to fly and look after animals and to watch animals, and it was a lot of things he loved all rolled into one,” Max Gower said.
 
  Gower’s body was returned to England. The family has set up a crowd funding campaign in his honour that has already raised more than 50,000 pounds, or $72,000, money they hope will be used to help combat poaching in Tanzania.
 
 
 

Kilimanjaro region developing into a new tourist hot spot

TANZANIA (eTN) - Bearing the pride of Mount Kilimanjaro, the Kilimanjaro region stands among tourist destination hot spots, pulling big crowds of holidaymakers to its rich attractive villages, full of real African life blended with modern lifestyle.
The Kilimanjaro region in northern Tanzania is such an idyllic tourist paradise where tens of thousands of local and foreign holidaymakers flock during Christmas and Easter Holidays to spend their vacations.
The region is one among African localities with a long outstanding history and modern lifestyle to attract high-class tourists and other visitors looking to relax and mingle with local communities in real traditional African villages.
With Mount Kilimanjaro seen from all corners of this region, tourists could view the gigantic picturesque peaks of both Kibo and Mawenzi; the two peaks are separated by a thick, conserved natural forest.
Located on the foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro, villages in the region are places worth visiting by their diversity of social services and tourist facilities capable of accommodating visitors from all corners of the world.
Most attractive is the rich history of the local communities, local African lifestyles blended with modern life, all available in every corner of the region where any tourist could wish to visit.
Modern lodges have sprung up in villages on the slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro and are readily equipped to provide services to mountain climbers and other tourists visiting the coffee and banana farms on the mountain's foothills.
Development of medium-sized and modern tourist hotels and small-sized establishments in villages surrounding Mount Kilimanjaro are new kinds of hotel investments outside the towns, cities, and the wildlife parks.
Living standards, economic activities, and rich African cultures have all attracted tourists from across the world, who come to visit and stay with local communities in villages on the laps of Mount Kilimanjaro, far from the town.
With the growing tourism in Kilimanjaro region, an annual KILIFAIR exhibition has been launched to promote the region’s tourist business. The KILIFAIR event takes place early in June each year to attract tourism players and trade visitors across Tanzania, East Africa, Europe, United States and other tourist source markets.

YANGA NA AZAM KUANZA KUANZA KULA VIPORO KESHO

Kombe la Shirikisho (Azam Sports Federation Cup) linatarajiwa kuendelea Alhamisi kwa michezo miwili kuchezwa katika hatua ya robo fainali ya michuano hiyo.
Azam FC watakua kwenye uwanja wa Azam Complex kuwakaribisha maafande wa Tanzania Prisons siku ya Alhamis saa 10 jioni kwa saa za Afrika Mashariki.
Young Africans watakua wenyeji wa Ndanda FC katika uwanja wa Taifa jijini Dar es salaam, huku kila timu ikihitaji ushindi katika michezo hiyo ili kuweza kufuzu kwa hatua ya nusu fainali.
Aprili 11, Simba SC watakamilisha hatua ya robo kwa fainali kwa kucheza na wagosi wa kaya Coastal Union katika uwanja wa Taifa jijini Dar es salaam.
Mwadui FC ndio timu pekee mpaka sasa ambayo imeshafuzu kwa hatua ya nusu fainali, baada ya kuwachapa Geita Gold kwa mabao 3 -0.
Bingwa wa michuano ya Kombe la Shirikisho (Azam Sports Federation Cup) atawakilisha Tanzania mwakani kwenye michuano ya Kombe la Shirikisho barani Afrika (CAF CC) mwaka 2017.

Magufuli aanika madudu aliyoyakuta serikalini *Akuta mfanyakazi TRA akilipwa mshahara wa watu 17 *Wengine wabainika kulipwa mil 40/-, sasa kupunguzwa



Na Mwandishi Wetu, Chato
RAIS Dk. John Magufuli, ameanika madudu aliyoyakuta ndani ya Serikali ikiwemo mmoja wa mfanyakazi wa Mamlaka ya Mapato Tanzania (TRA), kulipwa mishahara ya watu 17 na kuagiza mfanyakazi huyo afikishwe mahakamani.
Pamoja na hali hiyo amesema wapo watumishi wanaolipwa mishahara mikubwa ambayo inafikia hadi Sh milioni 40 kwa mwezi ambayo sasa  itapunguzwa na kuweka kima cha juu cha mshahara usiozidi Sh milioni 15.
Rais Magufuli alitoa taarifa hiyo jana nyumbani kwake katika Kijiji cha Mlimani, Wilaya ya Chato mkoani Geita ambapo alihutubia kwa mara ya kwanza tangu achaguliwe kuwa Rais.
Dk. Magufuli alisema Serikali yake imejiandaa kuboresha maslahi ya wafanyakazi kwa kupunguza kodi kutoka asilimia 11 ya sasa hadi asilimia 10 au 9 kuanzia bajeti ijayo.
“Kuhusu tatizo la wafanyakazi hewa, uhakiki mdogo uliofanywa hivi karibuni, umebaini wafanyakazi hewa 1,680 waliokuwa wakilipwa shilingi bilioni 1 na milioni 800 na kwamba ni matarajio kuwa uhakiki unaofanywa nchi nzima utaisaidia Serikali kubaini wafanyakazi hewa wengi zaidi na kunusuru fedha nyingi zaidi za Watanzania.
“ Leo (jana) hii yupo mfanyakazi mmoja wa Mamlaka ya Mapato TRA ambaye alikuwa akilipwa mishahara ya watu 17 na huyo ni lazima afikishwe mahakamani.
“…serikali imejiandaa kuboresha maslahi ya wafanyakazi kwa kupunguza kodi kutoka asilimia 11 ya sasa hadi asilimia 10 au 9 kuanzia bajeti ijayo, lakini kwa wale wanaolipwa mishahara mikubwa ambayo inafikia hadi shilingi milioni 40, itapunguzwa na kuweka kima cha juu cha mshahara usiozidi shilingi milioni 15,” alisema Rais Magufuli.
Alisema anashangazwa na hatua ya baadhi ya watu kuishi kama malaika huku wengine wakiishi kama masheteni, jambo ambalo halina nafasi katika Serikali yake.
“Nyiye mliokuwa mnaishi kama malaika, sasa zamu yenu kuishi kama mashetani,” alisema Dk. Magufuli huku akishangiliwa na umati wa wananchi waliohudhuria katika mkutano huo.
Misaada ya wafadhili
Pamoja na hali hiyo Rais Magufuli, amewataka Watanzania kuchapa kazi kwa juhudi ili nchi iondokane na utegemezi wa misaada ya wafadhili ambayo huandamana na masharti.
Alisema jukumu kubwa lililo mbele kwa sasa ni kushikamana na kujisimamia katika maendeleo ili kila mmoja ahakikishe anaongeza uzalishaji na utendaji kazi mahali pake pa kazi.
“Kwa hiyo ni lazima tujisimamie sisi wenyewe na tukijisimamia sisi wenyewe kwa kila mmoja kuwajibika mahali alipo, kama ni mfanyakazi afanye kazi kwelikweli, kama ni mkulima afanye ukulima wake kwelikweli, kama ni mfanyabiashara afanye biashara kweli kweli, kama ni mfugaji afuge kwelikweli, kama ni mvuvi avue kwelikweli, Tanzania hii tutavuka,” alisema Rais Magufuli.
Alisema Serikali yake imeamua kuchukua hatua kudhibiti nidhamu serikalini, kwa kuhakikisha inawachukulia hatua watumishi wa umma wanaolisababishia taifa upotevu mkubwa wa fedha, na ameahidi kuwa hatua hizo maarufu kwa jina la ‘Kutumbua Majipu’ zitaendelea kuchukuliwa hadi tatizo hilo likomeshwe.
Onyo kwa wateule
Pamoja na hali hiyo Rais Magufuli amewakumbusha viongozi wote wakiwemo wakuu wa mikoa, wilaya, makatibu tawala na wakurugenzi, kutekeleza wajibu wao ipasavyo na ameweka bayana kuwa mahali popote ambapo hapatakuwa na ufanisi, kiongozi husika atakuwa amedhihirisha kuwa hatoshi kuendelea na wadhifa aliopewa.
Rais Magufuli, aliwapongeza walimu kote nchini kwa kufanya kazi nzuri ya kufundisha, licha ya changamoto ya ongezeko kubwa la wanafunzi waliojiunga darasa la kwanza mwaka huu,  ambapo aliwataka lwazazi na kamati za shule kushirikiana na walimu kuwasimamia wanafunzi ili waweze kufanya vizuri katika masomo yao.
“Niziombe kamati za shule zote Tanzania nzima, kama haziwezi kusimamia nidhamu ya wanafunzi shuleni, zile kamati za shule zijiuzulu.
“Lakini pia kama wewe ni mwalimu mkuu, shule yako kila siku inatoa divisheni ziro nyingi kila mwaka, sioni sababu ya wewe kuendelea kuwa mwalimu mkuu,” alisema Dk. Magufuli.



TANZANIA NA KUWAIT ZA SAINI MAKUBALIANO YA USAFIRI WA ANGA .

 Waziri wa Ujenzi, Uchukuzi na Mawasiliano Profesa Makame Mbarawa   (kulia) akisisitiza jambo    kwa Mkurugenzi Mkuu wa Mamlaka ya  Usafiri wa Anga  Kuwait Mhandisi  Yousef Al Fozan , (kushoto)   aliyeongozana na  maofisa wake wakati walipowasili ofisini kwake jijini Dar es Salaam, kwa ajili ya  kusaini makubaliano ya safari za Anga baina ya Tanzania na Kuwait.  Wapili kutoka kulia ni  Mkurugenzi wa Idara  ya Mashariki ya kati  wa Wizara hiyo,Balozi Abdallah Kilima na   Mkurugenzi  Mkuu wa Mamlaka ua Usafiri wa Anga Tanzania (TCAA) Hamza Johari.
 Waziri wa Ujenzi, Uchukuzi na Mawasiliano Profesa Makame Mbarawa   (kulia)  na Mkurugenzi Mkuu wa Mamlaka ya Usafiri wa Anga nchini Kuwait ,Mhandisi  Yousef Al Fozan  (kushoto)  wakisaini  hati za makubaliaono ya Usafiri wa Anga baina ya Kuwait na Tanzania , hafla hiyo ilifanyika katika ukumbi wa mikutano wa Wizara hiyo jijini Dar es Salaam, leo.

 Waziri wa Ujenzi, Uchukuzi na Mawasiliano Profesa Makame Mbarawa   (kulia)  na Mkurugenzi Mkuu wa Mamlaka ya Usafiri wa Anga nchini Kuwait ,Mhandisi  Yousef Al Fozan  (kushoto)  wakielekezwa na wanasheria wao  jinsi ya  kusaini  hati za makubaliaono ya Usafiri wa Anga baina ya Kuwait na Tanzania , hafla hiyo ilifanyika katika ukumbi wa mikutano wa Wizara hiyo jijini Dar es Salaam, leo.
 Waziri wa Ujenzi, Uchukuzi na Mawasiliano Profesa Makame Mbarawa   wapili kutoka kushoto akizungumza na waadishi wa habari wakati wa hafla ya kusaini  makubaliaono ya Usafiri wa Anga baina ya Kuwait na Tanzania, jijini Dar es Salaam, leo.
  Baadhi ya maofisa wa  Waziri wa Ujenzi, Uchukuzi na Mawasiliano wakimsikiliza kwa makini waziri wa wizara hiyo Profesa Makame Mbarawa   wapili (kutoka kushoto) wakati wa hafla ya kusaini  makubaliaono ya Usafiri wa Anga baina ya Kuwait na Tanzania, jijini Dar es Salaam,
  Mkurugenzi Mkuu wa Mamlaka ya Usafiri wa Anga nchini Kuwait ,Mhandisi  Yousef Al Fozan  (kushoto)  akikabidhiwa zawadi na  Waziri wa Ujenzi, Uchukuzi na Mawasiliano Profesa Makame Mbarawa   (kulia)  wakati wa hafla ya kusaini  makubaliaono ya Usafiri wa Anga baina ya Kuwait na Tanzania , hafla hiyo ilifanyika katika ukumbi wa mikutano wa Wizara hiyo jijini Dar es Salaam
 Waziri wa Ujenzi, Uchukuzi na Mawasiliano Profesa Makame Mbarawa   (Kulia) akimsikilza kwa makini Mkurugenzi Mkuu wa Mamlaka ya  Usafiri wa Anga  nchini Kuwait  Mhandisi  Yousef Al Fozan  (kushoto)    wakati wa  hafla ya kusaini  makubaliaono ya Usafiri wa Anga baina ya Kuwait na Tanzania, jijini Dar es Salaam

 Waziri wa Ujenzi, Uchukuzi na Mawasiliano Profesa Makame Mbarawa   (wa Nne kutoka kulia ) na Mkurugenzi Mkuu wa Mamlaka ya  Usafiri wa Anga  Kuwait Mhandisi  Yousef Al Fozan ,  (watano kulia) wakiwa kwenye picha ya pamoja na wadau wa usafiri wa Anga, jambo mara baada ya kusaini makubaliano ya safari za Anga baina ya Tanzania na Kuwait
Waziri wa Ujenzi, Uchukuzi na Mawasiliano Profesa Makame Mbarawa   (kulia)  na Mkurugenzi Mkuu wa Mamlaka ya Usafiri wa Anga nchini Kuwait ,Mhandisi  Yousef Al Fozan  (kushoto) wakibadilishana hati za makubaliaono ya Usafiri wa Anga baina ya Kuwait na Tanzania , hafla hiyo ilifanyika katika ukumbi wa mikutano wa Wizara hiyo jijini Dar es Salaam, l

MKURUGENZI MKUU WA MAMLAKA YA USAFIRI WA ANGA KUWAIT MHANDISI YOUSEF AL FOZAN ATUA NCHINI KUSAINI MAKUBALIANO YA USAFIRI WA ANGA NA TCAA

 Mkurugenzi Mkuu wa Mamlaka ya Usafiri wa Anga Tanzania,(TCAA) Hamza Johari (Kushoto)akisalimiana na Mkurugenzi Mkuu wa Mamlaka ya Usafiri wa Anga Kuwait ,Mhandisi Yousef Al Fozan ,mara baada ya kuwasili kwenye uwanja wa Ndege wa Kimataifa wa Julius Nyerere (JNIA) jijini Dar es Salaam leo,Kwa ajili ya kusaini
 Mkurugenzi Mkuu wa Mamlaka ya Usafiri wa Anga Tanzania,(TCAA) Hamza Johari (Kushoto)akisisitza jambo kwa  Mkurugenzi Mkuu wa Mamlaka ya Usafiri wa Anga Kuwait

,Mhandisi Yousef Al Fozan ,kwenye ukumbi wa watu mashuhuri (VIP) mara baada ya kuwasili kwenye uwanja wa Ndege wa Kimataifa wa Julius Nyerere (JNIA) jijini Dar es

Salaam leo,Kwa ajili ya kusaini makubaliano ya safari za Anga baina ya Tanzania na Kuwait.
 Mkurugenzi Mkuu wa Mamlaka ya Usafiri wa Anga Tanzania,(TCAA) Hamza Johari, (wapili kushoto)  akiwa kwenye gari pamoja na wageni wake kushoto ni Mkurugenzi Mkuu

wa Mamlaka ya Usafiri wa Anga Kuwait ,Mhandisi Yousef Al Fozan na Kulia ni Ofisa Mwandamizi wa Ubalozi wa Kuwait Nchini, Mohamed Rashid Alamiri, mara baada ya kuwasili

kwenye uwanja wa Ndege wa Kimat
 Mkurugenzi Mkuu wa Mamlaka ya Usafiri wa Anga Tanzania,(TCAA) Hamza Johari,  (wapili kushoto)  akiwa na mgeni wake Mkurugenzi Mkuu wa Mamlaka ya Usafiri wa Anga

Kuwait ,Mhandisi Yousef Al Fozan, wakati alipowasili kwenye  uwanja wa Ndege wa Kimataifa wa Julius Nyerere (JNIA) jijini Dar es alaam kwa ajili ya kusaini makubaliano

ya safari za Anga baina ya Tanzania na Kuwait.
Mkurugenzi Mkuu wa Mamlaka ya Usafiri wa Anga Kuwait ,Mhandisi Yousef Al Fozan , maoja na msafara wake wakiwasili kwenye uwanja wa Ndege wa Kimataifa wa Julius

Nyerere (JNIA) jijini Dar es alaam leo.

Sunday, March 27, 2016

MAKONDA ASHIRIKI IBADA YA PASAKA ST. ALBAN






PICHA TOFAUTI ZA RAIS DK JOHN POMBE MAGUFULI KATIKA IBADA YA PASAKA AZANIA FRONT

 askofu malasusa akihubiri juu ya ujumbe wa Pasaka
 Rais John Pombe Magufuli akiwa na mkewe Janeth Magufuli  kwenye ibada ya Pasaka kanisa la Azania front
 Rais Dk . John  Magufuli akitoa neno kwa wakristo wa waliofika ibadani
 Rais Magufuli akipewa mkono na Askofu kanisa la KKKT  Dk Alex Malasusa


Askofu wa Kanisa la Kiinjili la Kilutheri Tanzania Dayosisi ya Mashariki na Pwani, Dk Alex Malasusa, akimwombea Rais Dk. John Magufuli na Mkewe Janeth Magufuli katika ibada ya kuahadhimisha siku kuu ya Pasaka iliyofanyika katika Usharika wa Azania


Askofu wa Kanisa la Kiinjili la Kilutheri Tanzania Dayosisi ya Mashariki na Pwani, Dk Alex Malasusa, akiagana Rais Dk. John Magufuli na Mkewe Janeth Magufuli katika ibada ya kuahadhimisha siku kuu ya Pasaka iliyofanyika katika Usharika wa Azania

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