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#6
Says plenty about how TZ is ran. Just the other day the CCM Sec-Gen said the minister for Industrialization WILL be sacked because there's not enough viwanda opening in TZ.
On this one he has a point, the minister is in a position of responsibility onto why he isn't performing. If nothing substantive comes as a reply why not axe him? That's the difference between African leadership and competence based leadership. NB: So many Tanzanians look upon the govt for jobs and a better economy working in consortium with other government institutions.

And this should happen here at home too.
 
#10
On this one he has a point, the minister is in a position of responsibility onto why he isn't performing. If nothing substantive comes as a reply why not axe him? That's the difference between African leadership and competence based leadership. NB: So many Tanzanians look upon the govt for jobs and a better economy working in consortium with other government institutions.

And this should happen here at home too.
Not really, sometimes the problem is not the personnel but rather is structural. You can hire and fire as many as you want but unless you address underlying issues, the problem will persist. The key issue in Tz is a hostile business environment and the reputation of Magu as a hot rod is not helping.
 
#11
ION what is happening with Tz economy, we recently did a survey of our clients there and it's brutal. We might actually post zero sales huko. it seems everyone is making losses there and is in cash preservation mode. Anyone seen the same?
 

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