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Wednesday, 26 June 2013

HARD TALK ~ BY FLORA LYIMO IN OBAMA'S VISIT TO AFRICAN AND TANZANIA NI MOJA YA NCHI TATU HIZO'' SASA SWALI LANGU ' NI KWANINI WASIMPANDISHE OBAMA MLIMA KILIMANJARO ILI KUJIONEA UJIVUNIO WETU NA PIA KUTAMBUA KWAMBA KILIMANJARO HAIPO KENYA IPO TANZANIA ?? WHAT YOU THINK MY PEOPLE" MBUTA NANGA"


Historic trip: President Obama and the First Lady wave as they board the plane that will take them on the first leg eight-day tour, aimed at reviving U.S. engagement with Africa
Historic trip: President Obama and the First Lady wave as they board the plane that will take them on the first leg eight-day tour, aimed at reviving U.S. engagement with Africa''

Unity: President Obama travelled with wife Michelle, daughters Malia and Sasha, Michelle's mother Marian Robinson and niece Leslie Robinson
Unity: President Obama travelled with wife Michelle, daughters Malia and Sasha, Michelle's mother Marian Robinson and niece Leslie Robinson''
Obama's trip, his second to the continent as president, will take him to Senegal, South Africa and Tanzania. While the president hopes to spotlight trade and economic development themes, his visit would be dwarfed if Mandela's condition takes a turn for the worse.
The 94-year old former South African president remained hospitalized in critical condition after being admitted more than two weeks ago with a lung infection, the government said on Tuesday.
Michelle Obama has also spoken out in favour of gay marriage, saying: 'In a country where we teach our children that everyone is equal under the law, discriminating against same-sex couples just isn't right'
Equality: Michelle Obama has also spoken out in favour of gay marriage, saying: 'In a country where we teach our children that everyone is equal under the law, discriminating against same-sex couples just isn't right'
Influence: Obama credits his daughters Malia, left, and Sasha with helping change his perspective on gay marriage
Influence: Obama credits his daughters Malia, left, and Sasha with helping change his perspective on gay marriage''
Administration officials say the trip is an opportunity to jump-start the relationship. Obama's first stop will be Senegal, where he will visit Goree Island, the site of a monument to Africans who were sent to slavery in the Americas.
His next stop will be in South Africa, where aides say he will be available to visit Mandela but will defer to the wishes of the Mandela family to determine whether the former South African leader is up to such an encounter.
The first stop for Obama, with Malia, 14, will be Senegal's Goree Island, the site of a monument to Africans who were sent to slavery in the Americas
The first stop for Obama, with Malia, 14, will be Senegal's Goree Island, the site of a monument to Africans who were sent to slavery in the Americas''
Jetting out: The president and his family get set to board Air Force One at Andrews Air Force Base ahead of their flight to Senegal today
Jetting out: The president and his family get set to board Air Force One at Andrews Air Force Base ahead of their flight to Senegal today''
Whistlestop: The family will visit three countries on the tour, taking in Senegal, South Africa and Tanzania
Whistlestop: The family will visit three countries on the tour, taking in Senegal, South Africa and Tanzania''
In South Africa, Obama is due to make a speech outlining his Africa policy at the University of Cape Town, where Robert F. Kennedy gave his famous 1966 address comparing the struggle against apartheid in South Africa with the struggle for civil rights in the United States.
The president will also visit Robben Island, where Mandela and other political prisoners were held, and visit a health clinic.
Obama's last stop will be in the East African nation of Tanzania, where he will take part in events with business leaders and visit a power plant. But Flora Lyimo Mtanzania niipendae Nchi yangu kupita maelezo 'naona ingekuwa bora zaidi wange pelekwa kuupanda Mlima Kilimanjaro hata nusu yake tu''kwani hapo hapo ndipo watajua na kuitambua vizuri kero inayojitokezaga kwenye Watalii kwa kusema au kuambiwa kwamba Kilimanjaro kipo Kenya na siyo Tanzania'' ni hayo tu 'Mimi naona Mara nyingine Biashara kweli ni matangazo na kama sie wenyewe hatuwezi kujitangaza basi ndiyo sababu wenzetu wanatupita hata mwisho wa siku siyo ajabu tukajikuta tukiambiwa  Rais Jakaya Kikwete ni Rais wa Kenya na siyo Tanzania' Mbuta Nanga"Back to their topic na KARIBUNI SANA TANZANIA OBAMA'S ''FLFP''
But while most in the continent eagerly anticipated the visit, there were some who expressed concern over the impact the Obamas' visit might have on the city's industry.
Welcome: Preparations were underway in Dakar, Senegal where flags had been hung in anticipation of the First family's arrival
Welcome: Preparations were underway in Dakar, Senegal where flags had been hung in anticipation of the First family's arrival''
The Africa Review reported that the people of Senegal were 'drawing lessons from the past' and 'leaving nothing to chance' after previous high profile visits led to a fall in profitability.
They recall business in Dakar taking a severe blow during other high profile visits - including when former U.S. president Bill Clinton visited the Senegalese capital. 
Locals endured long traffic jams while distinguished guests passed through, loss of sales when prevented from selling their wares in the street and complained of being 'held prisoner' in their houses.
Bunkered in: Some locals are concerned the circus surrounding the presidential visit could have a negative impact on business in the capital
Bunkered in: Some locals are concerned the circus surrounding the presidential visit could have a negative impact on business in the capital. One economist predicts losses of several million dollars''

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  1. Good thinking Flora Lyimo'' kweli wangempandisha Kilimanjaro ingelikuwa promote tosha na yenye kutuvutia watalii Nchini zaidi''

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