By The Time Magufuli Leaves Office TZ Will Just Be 5 Years Behind Kenya. Saa Hii Kenya Iko 15 Years Ahead

Ndindu

Village Elder
#1
Hata kama wanakopa pesa haziibiwi kama hapa kwetu na Mama na Kijana wake.

Bagamoyo Port US $11bn
will be Africa's biggest and deepest port

Tanzania SGR - Dar es salaam
Morogoro – Dodoma about 700 Km. The whole projects cover a distance of about 2,707 Km, with three branches from Dar es salaam – Tabora-Kigoma (1,251 kms); Tabora – Mwanza (379 kms) and Kaliua – Mpanda (210 kms). The project is expected to improve transportation of cargo and passengers in the central corridor. It is expected to reduce time and freight for cargo destined to neighbouring countries like Rwanda, Burundi, Uganda and DRC

Expansion of the Dar es salaam Port
The Government is implementing a project to expand 7 berths depth from the current 8 meters to 15 meters. The expansion will allow the Port to receive larger vessels able to carry up to 19,000 containers.

The project will be completed by end of 2020, enabling the Tanzania Port Authority (TPA) to increase the container through output to 28 million tons a year from around 20 million containers currently. The port will be able to handle ships with more than 304 meters from the current 204 meters.

New Likong’o-Mchinga Liquefied Natural Gas plant US $30bn
The LNG project worth US $30bn has become the most valuable project in the region. Once completed, the LNG plant, is expected to contribute about 7% towards the country’s economic growth.

New international airport in Dodoma

The project is part of programme to expand the East African nation’s infrastructure. It will be built in Msalato, 12 km from Dodoma. It will include a passenger terminal, runway and related infrastructure.

The new airport project which will take approximately four years for construction, will have a capacity to handle 1 million passengers annually and will have a runway of just over 2km in length. Project funding The funding package comprises a US $198.6m loan from the AfDB, US $23.52m from the African Development Fund, and US $50m in co-financing from China’s Africa Growing Together Fund, which the AfDB manages.
 
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Kahuni Maisha

Village Sponsor
#2
Hata kama wanakopa pesa haziibiwi kama hapa kwetu na Mama na Kijana wake.

Bagamoyo Port US $11bn
will be Africa's biggest and deepest port

Tanzania SGR - Dar es salaam
Morogoro – Dodoma about 700 Km. The whole projects cover a distance of about 2,707 Km, with three branches from Dar es salaam – Tabora-Kigoma (1,251 kms); Tabora – Mwanza (379 kms) and Kaliua – Mpanda (210 kms). The project is expected to improve transportation of cargo and passengers in the central corridor. It is expected to reduce time and freight for cargo destined to neighbouring countries like Rwanda, Burundi, Uganda and DRC

Expansion of the Dar es salaam Port
The Government is implementing a project to expand 7 berths depth from the current 8 meters to 15 meters. The expansion will allow the Port to receive larger vessels able to carry up to 19,000 containers.

The project will be completed by end of 2020, enabling the Tanzania Port Authority (TPA) to increase the container through output to 28 million tons a year from around 20 million containers currently. The port will be able to handle ships with more than 304 meters from the current 204 meters.

New Likong’o-Mchinga Liquefied Natural Gas plant US $30bn
The LNG project worth US $30bn has become the most valuable project in the region. Once completed, the LNG plant, is expected to contribute about 7% towards the country’s economic growth.

New international airport in Dodoma

The project is part of programme to expand the East African nation’s infrastructure. It will be built in Msalato, 12 km from Dodoma. It will include a passenger terminal, runway and related infrastructure.

The new airport project which will take approximately four years for construction, will have a capacity to handle 1 million passengers annually and will have a runway of just over 2km in length. Project funding The funding package comprises a US $198.6m loan from the AfDB, US $23.52m from the African Development Fund, and US $50m in co-financing from China’s Africa Growing Together Fund, which the AfDB manages.
What's the infant mortality rate in both countries ? That's one of the best measures of knowing where countries are.
Evaluating on challenges that persons below the age of 18 face.
 

Bazuka

Village Elder
#5
Hata kama wanakopa pesa haziibiwi kama hapa kwetu na Mama na Kijana wake.

Bagamoyo Port US $11bn
will be Africa's biggest and deepest port

Tanzania SGR - Dar es salaam
Morogoro – Dodoma about 700 Km. The whole projects cover a distance of about 2,707 Km, with three branches from Dar es salaam – Tabora-Kigoma (1,251 kms); Tabora – Mwanza (379 kms) and Kaliua – Mpanda (210 kms). The project is expected to improve transportation of cargo and passengers in the central corridor. It is expected to reduce time and freight for cargo destined to neighbouring countries like Rwanda, Burundi, Uganda and DRC

Expansion of the Dar es salaam Port
The Government is implementing a project to expand 7 berths depth from the current 8 meters to 15 meters. The expansion will allow the Port to receive larger vessels able to carry up to 19,000 containers.

The project will be completed by end of 2020, enabling the Tanzania Port Authority (TPA) to increase the container through output to 28 million tons a year from around 20 million containers currently. The port will be able to handle ships with more than 304 meters from the current 204 meters.

New Likong’o-Mchinga Liquefied Natural Gas plant US $30bn
The LNG project worth US $30bn has become the most valuable project in the region. Once completed, the LNG plant, is expected to contribute about 7% towards the country’s economic growth.

New international airport in Dodoma

The project is part of programme to expand the East African nation’s infrastructure. It will be built in Msalato, 12 km from Dodoma. It will include a passenger terminal, runway and related infrastructure.

The new airport project which will take approximately four years for construction, will have a capacity to handle 1 million passengers annually and will have a runway of just over 2km in length. Project funding The funding package comprises a US $198.6m loan from the AfDB, US $23.52m from the African Development Fund, and US $50m in co-financing from China’s Africa Growing Together Fund, which the AfDB manages.
Konza, expressway, tatu...we don't have minerals but have huma resource ndindu
 

Muthafari

Village Elder
#6
Those are very ambitious projects but you can't surely use them as the only indicator.

Tanzania has seen a decline in FDIs since Maghufuli came to power. And don't say Corona caused this depression because I am using the numbers from his first term in office.

Second, the mining industry. No investor wants to touch it because the guy is very unpredictable.

As for agriculture, do you remember when he ordered the army to buy farmer's cashew nuts so that they could find more lucrative international markets for them?

Farmers were shocked when six months later nothing came of it. The state intervention to disrupt market forces ended up shafting the farmers much harder. Apparently, the produce was later sold to a small Kenyan firm as a last resort, since the international commodities market was contiously dipping to an all time low. Those farmers have vowed to never put themselves in such a position again, preferring instead to sell the produce themselves to Kenyan traders.

That's the "trickle down economy" for you which treats hardworking people like idiots.

In sum, I am saying that look across different sectors if the economy not just infrastructure.
 

Tom Bayeye

Kinyozi wa Stima
#8
What's the infant mortality rate in both countries ? That's one of the best measures of knowing where countries are.
Evaluating on challenges that persons below the age of 18 face.
kenya-35/1000 live births
Tizzy-36/1000 live births
usisahau size ya kenya 580,367 km² for 52.57mil people compared to TZ's 945,087 km² for 58.01 mil people.With maendeleo and enough rich land to play around with,TZ is bound to go in leaps and bound. high illiteracy is their achilles heel but that can be circumvented through proper adminstration and implementations while they are on the track
 

Kahuni Maisha

Village Sponsor
#9
kenya-35/1000 live births
Tizzy-36/1000 live births
usisahau size ya kenya 580,367 km² for 52.57mil people compared to TZ's 945,087 km² for 58.01 mil people.With maendeleo and enough rich land to play around with,TZ is bound to go in leaps and bound. high illiteracy is their achilles heel but that can be circumvented through proper adminstration and implementations while they are on the track
TZ is not badly off as we think, i tend to guess most of their births are delivered at home, and it might be a challenge coming up with the right figure.
 

Cheza juu

Village Elder
#10
Hapo Kwa port I have done a simple Google search and Kenya iko Tu Sawa.

Hii Kenya yetu shida ni ufisadi na uongozi mbaya lakini time heals,time will take care of Kenyatta hegemony.Pia,plani kama Lapsset ni mpango wa 1975 but Kwa sababu ya uongozi duni we are trying to implement it now,but if it still makes sense 45 years later,then Kenya has a solid foundation.


Hayo mataifa mengine sijui kama wamefanya feasibility study zao vizuri ama ni kucopy na kumesha Nani ana mbolo kubwa saidi
 

Mjuaji

Village Sponsor
#13
kenya-35/1000 live births
Tizzy-36/1000 live births
usisahau size ya kenya 580,367 km² for 52.57mil people compared to TZ's 945,087 km² for 58.01 mil people.With maendeleo and enough rich land to play around with,TZ is bound to go in leaps and bound. high illiteracy is their achilles heel but that can be circumvented through proper adminstration and implementations while they are on the track
TZ unlike Kenya is not 60% jangwa, they have plenty of oil, gas, coal, gold, diamonds. Na hakuna Kalenjins huko.
 

Dyson

Village Elder
#14
Huyu magufuli has a big man complex. Worst of all he seems not to understand how the world around him works or the position of his country in the region given his many poor judgements and decisions. He needs a reality check and good advisors who are not afraid of telling him off.
 

zedstark

Village Elder
#15
Huyu magufuli has a big man complex. Worst of all he seems not to understand how the world around him works or the position of his country in the region given his many poor judgements and decisions. He needs a reality check and good advisors who are not afraid of telling him off.
No he has the napoleone complex...
 

Regis2812

Village Elder
#16
TZ unlike Kenya is not 60% jangwa, they have plenty of oil, gas, coal, gold, diamonds. Na hakuna Kalenjins huko.
please..hi ukabila haitatupeleka mahali pazuri. By the end of the day we all Kenyans and kales bring us great pride and joy when they win races putting Kenyas name on the word stage.
 

zedstark

Village Elder
#18
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Napoleon was a competent military genius who despite his massive ego delivered actual lasting results. Magufuli ni kutapatapa tu akichengwa na corona na neighbouring countries on the world stage.[/QUO
Perhaps you should look up what napoleone compkex means. Others call it short man syndrome
 

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