Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Tanzania Bans Unprocessed Food Crop Exports

Tanzania Bans Unprocessed Food Crop Exports Tanzania has banned the export of food grain following concerns over an increase in food smuggling to neighbouring countries. At the weekend, the authorities seized 10 tracks of food products reportedly heading to Kenya at Tarekea in North Tanzania. Speaking at a national Eidd al-Fitr ceremony in northern Tanzania’s […]
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WAZIRI MAKAMBA AWATAKA WAISLAMU KUENDELEZA MSHIKAMANO.


Waziri wa nchi ofisi ya Makamu wa Rais Mazingira January Makamba akizungumza wakati wa baraza la Eid lililofanyika kwenye shule ya Sekondari Jumuiya mjini Tanga kulia ni Mkuu wa Mkoa wa Tanga,Martine Shigella kushoto ni Shehe wa mkoa wa Tanga,Juma Luwuchu.


Mkuu wa Mkoa wa Tanga,Martine Shigella akizungumza katika baraza hilo kushoto ni  Waziri wa nchi ofisi ya Makamu wa Rais Mazingira January Makamba kulia ni Mkuu wa wilaya ya Tanga,Thobias Mwilapwa.
Shehe wa mkoa wa Tanga,Juma Luwuchu akizungumza katika baraza hilo ambapo aliwataka waislamu kuendelea kutenda mambo mema kulia ni Waziri wa nchi ofisi ya Makamu wa Rais Mazingira January Makamba na mkuu wa mkoa wa Tanga,Martine Shigella
 Mkuu wa wilaya ya Tanga,Thobias Mwilapwa akilakiwa na waumini wa dini ya kiislamu wakati akipokwenda kwenye baraza la Eid ambalo lilifanyika katika shule ya Sekondari Jumuiya
 Waziri wa nchi ofisi ya Makamu wa Rais Mazingira January Makamba akilakiwa na waumini wa dini hiyo wakati alipokwenda kwenye Baraza la Iddi ambalo lilifanyika katika shule ya sekondari Jumuiya

 Meza kuu wakifuatilia matukio mbalimbali katika Baraza hilo
 Sehemu ya waumini wakimsikiliza Waziri Makamba kwenye Baraza hilo leo
  Sehemu ya waumini wakimsikiliza Waziri Makamba kwenye Baraza hilo leo
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 Waziri wa nchi ofisi ya Makamu wa Rais Mazingira January Makamba kulia akiteta jambo na Mkuu wa Mkoa wa Tanga,Martine Shigella
 Habari kwa Hisani ya Blog ya Kijamii ya Tanga Raha.

{UAH} Trump travel ban injunction partly lifted by top US court

Trump travel ban injunction partly lifted by top US court

Protesters at Los Angeles International Airport on 4 February 2017Image copyrightGETTY IMAGES
Image captionThe original ban in January provoked mass protests at American airports

US President Donald Trump has welcomed a Supreme Court ruling allowing his travel ban to be partly reinstated as a "victory for our national security".

America's highest court also granted a White House request allowing part of its refugee ban to go into effect.

The justices said they would consider in October whether the president's policy should be upheld or struck down.

Mr Trump seeks to place a 90-day ban on people from six mainly Muslim nations and a 120-day ban on refugees.

The president welcomed the ruling's qualified authorisation to bar visitors from Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen, which he described as "terror-prone countries".

"As president, I cannot allow people into our country who want to do us harm," he added.

Mr Trump has already said the ban would take effect within 72 hours of court approval.

What does the ruling say?

The Supreme Court said in Monday's decision: "In practical terms, this means that [the executive order] may not be enforced against foreign nationals who have a credible claim of a bona fide relationship with a person or entity in the United States.

"All other foreign nationals are subject to the provisions of [the executive order]."

The ruling also said it would permit a 120-day ban on all refugees entering the US to go into effect, allowing the government to bar entry to refugee claimants who do not have any "bona fide relationship" with an American individual or entity.


A Trump win - Anthony Zurcher, BBC News, Washington

Mark this down as a win for Donald Trump. The path to entry into the US for immigrants and refugees from the affected nations, if they don't have existing ties to the US - either through family, schools or employment - just became considerably harder.

The decision marks a reaffirmation of the sweeping powers the president has traditionally been granted by the courts in areas of national security. There was fear in some quarters that the administration's ham-fisted implementation of its immigration policy could do lasting damage to the president's prerogatives. That appears not to be the case.

The government, the justices write, has a "compelling need to provide for the nation's security". That includes being able to close the borders based on an evaluation of the potential of foreign threats - at least for now.

The Supreme Court justices will fully consider the arguments on both sides next autumn. Of course, by that time it may not matter. The administration has three months to conduct its "executive review" of immigration policy and devise new guidelines.

In the meantime, the gates to America just got a bit smaller.

Big win for Trump and his travel ban


What does 'bona fide' relationship mean?

The ruling clarifies that those who would be deemed to have such a relationship would include a foreign national who wishes to enter the US to live with or visit a family member, a student at an American university, an employee of a US company, or a lecturer invited to address an American audience.

This would not apply, it said, to "someone who enters into a relationship simply to avoid [the executive order].

"For example, a non-profit group devoted to immigration issues may not contact foreign nationals from the designated countries, add them to client lists, and then secure their entry by claiming injury from their exclusion."

Media captionMuslim students on Trump ban: 'I don't belong here'

Are there any divisions on the court?

Yes. Three of the court's conservative justices - Clarence Thomas, Samuel Alito and Neil Gorsuch - wrote that they would have allowed the travel ban to go into full effect.

Justice Thomas said the government's interest in preserving national security outweighs any hardship to people denied entry into the country.

Mr Trump restored a 5-4 conservative majority to the Supreme Court when his nominee, Justice Gorsuch, joined its bench in April.

There are five Republican appointees on the court and four Democratic appointees.

What has the reaction been?

  • Attorney General Jeff Sessions says "the threat to our national security is real and becoming increasingly dangerous". He has welcomed the decision, saying it is "an important step towards restoring the separation of powers between the branches of the federal government."
  • Omar Jadwat, director of the American Civil Liberties Union Immigrants' Rights Project, says that it remains to be decided if the ban is constitutional, but that the courts which have looked at the measure have been against it: "[But] in practical terms most of the people who stood to be affected by the ban will still be allowed to come in."
  • David Miliband, president of the International Rescue Committee (IRC), has urged the government to start a review of its vetting process. "The court's decision threatens damage to vulnerable people waiting to come to the US: people with urgent medical conditions blocked, innocent people left adrift, all of whom have been extensively vetted."

What did lower courts say?

The US president insisted his ban was necessary for national security amid a slew of terrorist attacks in Paris, London, Brussels, Berlin and other cities. However, critics called the policy un-American and Islamophobic, and the lower courts broadly seemed to agree.

The president's policy was left in limbo after it was struck down by federal judges in Hawaii and Maryland days following its issuance on 6 March.

The 4th US Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond, Virginia, said in May the ban was "rooted in religious animus" toward Muslims.

The San Francisco-based Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals said in June: "National security is not a 'talismanic incantation' that, once invoked, can support any and all exercise of executive power."

A Yemeni woman hugs her mother at a Virginia airport in February after courts granted a stay on Trump's orderImage copyrightGETTY IMAGES
Image captionA Yemeni woman hugs her mother at a Virginia airport in February after courts granted a temporary stay on President Trump's order

Why did Trump revise the order?

The original ban, released on 27 January, provoked mass protests at American airports.

It included Iraq among nations whose travellers would be barred from the US, and imposed a full ban on refugees from Syria.

The president issued a revised version with a narrower scope on 6 March to overcome some of the legal problems.

But Mr Trump was unhappy about having to do so, calling it a "watered down, politically correct" version of the first one.

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{UAH} Mugabe Revives Gaddafi?s Dream of a United States of Africa

I Had A Dream! Africa Will Unite! Proclaims 95 Year Old Uncle Bob Gabriel Mugabe After Being Woken Up From The Latest Installment Of His Long Public Siestas! Hopefully He Is Back To Sleep Again To Keep On Dreaming.

Mugabe Revives Gaddafi's Dream of a United States of Africa

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Muammar Gaddafi, the former Libyan president and now dead, had a dream. A dream that Africa should build a 'USA' under one president. Gaddafi's ideal USA, as reported by BBC, would have a single military force, single currency and a single passport for Africans. That dream seemed to have gone with his death.

Robert Mugabe; the 88-year-old Zimbabwe president has now revived that conversation. The now Union (A.U), formerly Organization of African Unity (OAU) Speaking in Harare, the Zimbabwe capital stated that , Africa needs to move from regional blocks to a Union and that this dream needed to be pushed by a single president; the president of Africa.

The 36 years reigning president observed that this was the vision by the founding fathers of Africa in 1963; a continent economically, culturally and politically united. Critics however see this dream as untenable in a continent moving at different economic speeds and with diverse human rights approach.

Richard Bowden, the director, Royal African society states that for this dream to be a reality, individual states must build unity as most African states are divided among themselves.

Mugabe and Gaddafi

References;

http://www.nairaland.com/1922792/mugabe-revives-gaddafis-united-states.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_of_Africa

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{UAH} " "Kenneth Kaunda left office after 27yrs with $8000.00.." Prof. Lumumba (Patrick Loch Otieno Lumumba).

The New Africa We Live IN: President Kenneth Kaunda Left Office With $8,000 In His Bank Account. Kayibanda Money Museveni Is Reputed To Have $12 Billion In Foreign Off Shore Bank Accounts. After 31 Years, Ugandans Are Some Of The Poorest And Poverty Stricken People On Planet Earth, With A Shocking Life Expectancy Of Only 49 years, The Lowest In The World..

Ugandans: Rise Like Lions.

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"Zambia is the only country in the world where a case of obstruction becomes a case of treason"

"Kenneth Kaunda left office after 27yrs with $8000.00 pocket change for many politicians now"- Prof. Lumumba (Patrick Loch Otieno Lumumba).

Patrick Loch Otieno Lumumba (born 17 July 1962) is a Kenyan who served as the Director of Kenya Anti-Corruption Commission from September 2010 to August 2011 and is currently the Director of The Kenya School of Laws since the year 2014.

An eloquent lawyer, he holds a PhD in Laws of the sea from the University of Ghent in Belgium.

He is also a staunch Pan-Africanist and has delivered several powerful speeches alluding to or about African solutions to African problems.



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Bobi Wine Released from Kira Police

Bobi Wine Released from Kira Police By Serestino Tusingwire Robert Kyagulanyi Sentamu aka Bobi Wine, an independent candidate vying for Kyadondo East MP seat, who was arrested this morning due to unclear reasons has been released. His release followed excessive pressure exerted to police from  both his supporters and some of his opponents in the […]
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