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Monday, 1 July 2013

SUPERB''HII NI NCHI YANGU NAIPENDAJE TANZANIA '' KARIBU SANA RAIS WA DUNIA' KARIBU UCHAGGANI KUPANDA MLIMA KILIMANJARO NA KULEWA MBEGE NA WACHAGGA HUKU WAKIKUFUNDISHA NINI MAANA YA CHAMECHA MBEE'' MBUTA NANGA. RAIS OBAMA IN TANZANIA TODAY 01.07.2013 I'M SO PROUD''


Arrival: Barack Obama was greeted by a Tanzanian band as he landed in Dar es Salaam today
Arrival: Barack Obama was greeted by a Tanzanian band as he landed in Dar es Salaam today''
Barack Obama danced his way into Tanzania today on the final leg of his tour of Africa - and while he is there he is set to be welcomed by a familiar face.
The President's predecessor George W. Bush will also be in the the country addressing a conference on African women, and the two men are planning to meet at the U.S. Embassy in Dar es Salaam tomorrow.
Mr Obama and Mr Bush will lay a wreath to commemorate the embassy bombing which killed 11 people in 1998.
Festive: The President was seen dancing along to the music on the red carpet at the airport
Festive: The President was seen dancing along to the music on the red carpet at the airport'' WAS IT DIAMOND SONG'' ? NATAKA KULEWA LEO '' USINIULIZE KWANINI 'SABABU UTANIZINGUA'MBUTA NANGA"
Road show: Tanzania is the last stop of President Obama's African tour
Road show: Tanzania is the last stop of President Obama's African tour''

Showing their moves: A group of dancers greet the First Couple as they arrived in Dar Es Salaam on Monday
Showing their moves: A group of dancers greet the First Couple as they arrived in Dar Es Salaam on Monday''



 
The current President has flown in from South Africa after first visiting Senegal in a trip to promote ties between the U.S. and Africa's leading democracies.
He is set to meet with the president of Tanzania, Jakaya Kikwete, as well as a number of American and African business hoping to boost trade in the region.
Tomorrow morning he will link up with Mr Bush at the embassy before delivering a speech on electricity in Africa, and will then fly back to Washington.
His Republican predecessor is attending a conference organised by the George W. Bush Institute.
Swept away: Malia's hair gets caught in the wind as they disembark from Air Force One
Swept away: Malia's hair gets caught in the wind as they disembark from Air Force One''

Greeting the group: The first couple met a young pair of children, as their daughter Sasha and niece Leslie look on
Greeting the group: The first couple met a young pair of children, as their daughter Sasha and niece Leslie look on''

Happy glad-handing: President and First Lady Obama wave alongside Tansanian President Jakaya Kikwete and First Lady Salma
Happy glad-handing: President and First Lady Obama wave alongside Tansanian President Jakaya Kikwete and First Lady Salma '
Fans of FLOTUS: Michelle Obama greeted fans as they headed into the State House
Fans of FLOTUS: Michelle Obama greeted fans as they headed into the State House''

The two men's wives, Michelle Obama and Laura Bush, will team up at the conference for a discussion on promoting women's education, health and employment.
Mr Bush has focussed much of his charitable work on Africa since leaving office, and is remembered fondly on the continent for his work there while he was President.
On Sunday, Mr Obama publicly praised him for saving millions of lives with the President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief.

Happy to be there: This is President Obama's first time visiting the African nation
Happy to be there: This is President Obama's first time visiting the African nation''

Meeting the masses: Mr Obama shook hands with fans outside of the state house in Dar Es Salaam
Meeting the masses: Mr Obama shook hands with fans outside of the state house in Dar Es Salaam''
Obama's motorcade to slow at times as it sped along a main thoroughfare that's been permanently renamed 'Barack Obama Drive'- a sign that the visit from America's first president of African descent has resonated deeply with Tanzania's people
Obama's motorcade to slow at times as it sped along a main thoroughfare that's been permanently renamed 'Barack Obama Drive'- a sign that the visit from America's first president of African descent has resonated deeply with Tanzania's people''

'The United States has really done wonderful work through the PEPFAR program, started under my predecessor, President Bush, and continued through our administration,' he said in Cape Town.
By contrast, Mr Obama has only visited Africa once before during his presidency, and has not prioritised the continent despite the fact that his father was from Kenya.
Last week he blamed the fiscal squeeze and domestic politics for his apparent sidelining of Africa, claiming that Mr Bush had a lot more freedom of movement.
Shared interests: The motivation behind the trip is that the U.S. wants to strengthen ties with Africa, as President Obama gives a statement alongside Tanzanian President Jakaya Kikwete on Monday
Shared interests: The motivation behind the trip is that the U.S. wants to strengthen ties with Africa, as President Obama gives a statement alongside Tanzanian President Jakaya Kikwete on Monday''

Celebration: Locals donned clothes printed with the President's face in honour of his visit
Celebration: Locals donned clothes printed with the President's face in honour of his visit''

Welcome: Well-wishers line up in Dar es Salaam in anticipation of Mr Obama's visit
Welcome: Well-wishers line up in Dar es Salaam in anticipation of Mr Obama's visit''
'Given the budget constraints, for us to try to get the kind of money that President Bush was able to get out of the Republican House for massively scaled new foreign aid programs is very difficult,' Mr Obama said.
'We could do even more with more resources. But if we're working smarter, the amount of good that we can bring about over the next decade is tremendous.'
Foreign policy adviser Ben Rhodes said that having both leaders in one African country at the same time 'sends a very positive message that both political parties in the United States share a commitment to this continent'.
Making their way: The First Couple waved as they got on Air Force One in Cape Town as they headed to Tanzania
Making their way: The First Couple waved as they got on Air Force One in Cape Town as they headed to Tanzania


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HABARI NDO HIYO" ENDELEANI KUWAPUNGIA MIKONO NA KARIBUNI TENA NA TENA' HONGERA PIA KWA RAIS WETU NA MAMA YETU WATANZANIA' I'M SO PROUD OF YOU AND MY TANZANIA''GOD BLESS TANZANIA NA DUNIA YOTE KWA UJUMLA AMEN''FLFP''

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