November 30, 2012
Bwana Harusi Richard Mllatie Assey akimvisha pete mkewe Bibi. Jacline Hamson Ghikas wakati wa ndoa takatifu illiyofungwa leo jijini Dar es Salaam katika kanisa la St. Peters.
Maharusi wakipigana busu bashasha baada ya kuvishana pete.
Bwana Harusi Richard Mllatie Assey akiangusha saini katika gamba la kuhalalisha ndoa takatifu.
Bibi Harusi Jackline Richard Mllatie Assey naye akitia saini.
Maharusi wakionyesha vyeti vya ndoa.
Wapambe wa maharusi wakati wa ibada ya ndoa takatifu,
Wazazi wa Maharusi Mr & Mrs Assey na Mama mzazi wa Bwana harusi wakionyesha furaha baada ya watoto wao kufunga ndoa.
Pichani juu na chini baadhi ya ndugu, jamaa na marafiki waliofika kushuhudia ndoa takatifu ya Bwana na Bibi Richard Mllatie Assey.
Bwana na Bibi Harusi Richard Mllatie Assey na Jackline Hamson Ghikas wakitoka kaniasani baada ya kufunga ndoa takatifu katika kanisa la St. Peters Oysterbay jijini Dar.
Wakionyesha nyuso za Furaha baada ya kuhalalisha ndoa yao
Bwana Harusi Richard Mlatie Assey na mpambe wake wakishine na Suti matata zilizobuniwa na Sheria Ngowi,
Wapambe wa maharusi katika pozi,
Wapambe wakiume ndani ya suti zilizobuniwa na Sheria Ngowi.
CATHERINE FOUNDATION YAZINDULIWA: MBUNGE WA VITI MAALUM BI CATHERINE MAGGIGE ATOA MSAADA WA BAISKELI MKOANI ARUSHA KATIKA FOUNDATION YAKE.
Mbunge wa viti maalum bi Catherine Maggige akisoma taarifa ya Foundation yake ilivyoanza kazi mbele ya mgeni rasmi mkuu wa wilaya na wananchi waliohudhuria uzinduzi wa Catherine Foundation kwenye ofisi ya mkuu wa wilaya ya Arusha leo Asubuhi.
Mbunge wetu akibadilishana mawazo na wageni waalikwa
Mgeni rasmi ambaye pia ni mkuu wa wilaya ya Arusha John Mongela Kisalimiana na wageni mbali mbali wakati alipowasili kwenye uzinguzi wa Catherine Foundation leo Asubuhi jijini arusha
Shukrani nyingi kwa Catherine Foundation, wahusika walizifurahia zawadi
Picha mbali mbali za matukio ya uzinduzi wa Catherine Foundation ulioenda sambamba na ugawaji wa zawadi kwa walemavu wapatao 20 zawadi zilizptolewa na mbunge wa viti maalumu bi Catherine Magige kwa niaba ya Cathrine Foundation leo Asubuhi *(pichaz zote na mahmoud ahmad arusha)
Mgeni rasmi mkuu wa wilaya ya Arusha akijibu maswali ya waandishi wa habari.
November 29, 2012
President Jakaya Kikwete warned on Tuesday the East African Community's negotiating team on monetary union protocol to be very careful, as it is an important phase of the regional integration process.
He sounded the warning when addressing members of the East African Legislative Assembly (EALA), who gathered in the oval EALA chamber in EAC's new headquarters building in Arusha, Tanzania's northern safari capital.
In 2005, the EAC implemented the Customs Union and five years later, in July 2010, the Common Market kicked off and the Monetary Union has been lined up as the third stage of the regional integration process.
He said EAC member countries have been negotiating on the best ways to get into the monetary union as well as getting into a single currency; "but this should be taken as a delicate stage than all stages the region bloc has gone through."
Kikwete further revealed that monetary union is not a simple thing as some people believe as it requires the region to come up with one regional fiscal and monetary policy.
"If this area is not carefully designed, it will put the region into trouble as what is happening in Greece, which is under the European Union. Individual states will be given benchmarks on the amount of money the country want to borrow from outside the regional boundaries," he said.
He further noted that monetary union is core when it comes to regional integration processes, saying the former EAC collapsed due to the monetary union.
"I take this opportunity to ask experts and all those involved in the negotiations to learn from the past experience…don't rush into this area. What happened in 1967 should make us do no mistakes," the Tanzanian leader warned.
He also cited some challenges facing the implementation of the common market protocol as high cost of doing business as well as lacks infrastructure at national and regional levels the area that need to be addressed.
"We also need to speed-up the process of domesticating key issues in the common market protocol," he said.
Speaker of the EALA Margaret Nantongo Zziwa asked EAC Partner States to do more in realizing the tenets of the common market protocol, which is soon approaching the third year of implementation.
She said that the protocol is facing a number of challenges including Non-Tariff Barriers (NTBs), which bar free flow of business in the region.
Other challenges according to Zziwa include lack of awareness among citizens of the EAC and the need to speed up decision-making by the sectoral committees and the council of ministers.
The speaker also assured the Partner States that EALA will continue to push forward the regional integration agenda so that the bloc remained an important cornerstone to East Africans.
SOURCE: THE GUARDIAN
Tanzania Network of Legal Aid Providers (TANLAP) has called upon the government to support its efforts to promote human rights awareness and legal literacy amongst poor and marginalised communities in the country.
During the general annual meeting held on Tuesday in Dar-es-salaam, TANLAP Chairman, Judith Odunga stated that the organisation is committed to increase access to human rights to marginalised communities and overseeing legal activities but it still lacks recognition from the government and donors.
“Some stakeholders including government institutions and donors have narrow understanding of TANLAP’s position as a legal aid network that’s why we are short of funds,” he explained.
He added that it’s important for every citizen to know their human right so as to ensure that they get fair treatment from authorities.
A TANLAP member and Lawyer, Uti Mwang’ang’a, said majority of rural citizens are deprived of their human rights moreover by unprofessional legal authorities simply because they lack knowledge, hence need to be educated on such rights.
“In some regions you find that someone’s claims are being addressed in local governments yet in actual sense they need to be addressed in court,” she said.
Mwang’ang’a insisted on the importance of collaboration between private institutions, government and legal authorities so as to ensure that rural dwellers have access to legal services.
TANLAP was founded in 2006 with the aim to strengthening capacity building on legal literacy and monitoring human rights in the country.
It has conducted researches on major problems such as sexual violence, land disputes and managed to resolve some of them.
SOURCE: THE GUARDIAN
November 28, 2012
Tonto Dikeh, Uche Jombo, P-Square, Oge Okoye, Ebube Nwagbo, Yemi Blaq, Susan Peters, Alex Ekubo & More Stars at Rukky Sanda’s “The Search” & “LoveLorn” Movie Launch in Lagos – Exclusive Photos
On Saturday 24th November 2012, Nollywood actress/producer, Rukky Sanda launched her movies, The Searchstarring Van Vicker, Nse Ikpe-Etim, Yemi Blaq and Susan Peters and LoveLorn starring Tonto Dikeh, Alex Ekubo, Ikay Ogbonna and Alex Usifo at Aura Victoria Island, Lagos.
The launch of the movies, which Rukky Sanda both wrote and produced, saw in attendance some of Nigeria’s most celebrated entertainers including the movie’s cast, P-Square, Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde, Monalisa Chinda, Karen Igho, Gbenga Adeyinka, Uche Jombo-R, Emem Isong, Denrele Edun, Ebube Nwagbo, Oge Okoye and Flowssick, some of whom were spotted in denim, t-shirts and snapbacks – which was the dress code for the launch.
Check it Out!
Watch the LoveLorn Trailer
Watch The Search TrailerSOURCE: BELLA NAIJA