Unbiased Makufuli

Shaka

Village Elder
#41
He should understand that, some of these lands are tribal, and ancestral. We have pokots on both kenya and uganda.
It will be unfortunate for either country, to interfere with their grazing patterns.
And most of the guys have relatives in kenya and tz and also own property in both countries. Today the cattle maybe in tz and tomorrow they belong to kenya depending on market price
 

Masood

Village Elder
#42
I like the discussion.
A few things are to be noted.
1. The cows were seized by relevant government agencies not the President.
2. The seizing and auctioning of cows happens even for Tanzanians whose cows stray into unauthorized government lands. One MP from geita called Msukuma even raised the issue in Parliament.
3. The crossing of cows across international borders is normally regulated by law. Even in Kenya you need permits to move livestock from one District to another.
4. Tanzanians generally obey the law more than Kenyans. So we at times try to export our impunity. If indeed there was a drought problem could we have asked for pasture through official channels e.g. county commissioners?
 

Ken_Sarro

Village Elder
#43
magufuli may be having good intentions for his country lakini he is making too many people unhappy at the same time, he should solve one thing at a time instead all his enemies may come together and challenge his power
which enemies? how? As a national leader, national interest come first and that is what he is doing.
 

Ken_Sarro

Village Elder
#44
He should understand that, some of these lands are tribal, and ancestral. We have pokots on both kenya and uganda.
It will be unfortunate for either country, to interfere with their grazing patterns.
The other time M7 was complaining ng'ombe wake wanaibiwa. maybe he may also decide to lock out foreigners since Kenyans are known rogues
 

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