Friday, May 1, 2015

JK- Ningekuwa msanii wa Bongo flava

Dakika chache zilizopita, Rais Jakaya Kikwete amewaeleza wananchi kuwa, kama asingekuwa Rais, angekuwa msanii wa muziki wa kizazi kipya maarufu kwa jina la Bongo flava.

Rais ameyasema hayo katika Uwanja wa CCM Kirumba jijini Mwanza katika sherehe za siku ya wafanyakazi duniani, Mei Mosi.

Kabla ya kutoa kauli hiyo, Rais Kikwete ameimba wimbo wa Mimi msafiri bado nipo njiani, sijui lini nitafika, naulizia watu kule ninapokwenda, naambiwa bado ni mbali

Diamond- Nilianza kumtongoza Zari kwenye ndege


zarMsanii wa muziki wa kizazi kipya anayedaiwa kuwa na mafanikio zaidi kibiashara hivi sasa, Nassib Abdul a.k.a Diamond, na mpenzi wake, Zarina Hassan a.k.a Zari the Boss leo wametoa ya moyoni kwa kueleza namna wanavyopendana na walivyokutana.

Diamond amesema, alikutana na Zari kwenye ndege wakati wanatoka Afrika Kusini, akarusha ndoano na hadi sasa ni wapenzi.

Kwa mujibu wa Zari, ilichukua muda kukubali kuwa mpenzi wa msanii huyo, lakini hatimaye akasema YES.

Zari ni mjamzito na ana watoto watatu wenye umri wa miaka 11, 10 na minane.

Mfanyabiashara huyo amesema, wanawe wanaishi Afrika Kusini na wanafahamu kuwa yupo na Diamond.

Diamond anasema, Zari kuwa na watoto watatu si tatizo kwake.

Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Wanawake 293 waokolewa msituni Nigeria

The kidnapping of the Chibok girls sparked international condemnation with Michelle Obama taking part in a campaign called 'Bring Back Our Girls' 
The Nigerian army has rescued 200 girls and 93 women who had been captured by terror group Boko Haram. 

It came during a military operation to wrest back the Sambisa Forest in the north east of the country from the Islamist militant group. 

However, it has been confirmed that those rescued were not the girls who were kidnapped from the village of Chibok, a year ago.

The army posted on their Twitter feed: 'Troops this afternoon rescued 200 girls and 93 women from Sambisa Forest. 

'We cannot confirm if the Chibok girls are in this group,' it said, adding that Nigerian troops had also destroyed three camps run by the militants.

The rescued girls and women will be screened on Wednesday to determine whether they had been abducted or if they were married to the militants, one intelligence source said.
 Last week, Nigeria marked the first anniversary since the girls went missing with a march through the country's capital 
'Now they are excited about their freedom,' he added. 

'Tomorrow there will also be screenings to determine whether they are Boko Haram wives, whether they are from Chibok, how long they have been in the camps, and if they have children.'

Boko Haram kidnapped more than 200 schoolgirls near the northern village of Chibok in April 2014, sparking international outcry.

They were taken away in trucks on the night of April 14 to 15, after the terrorists from Boko Haram - meaning 'Western education is sinful' - broke into their school by pretending to be guards.

The students were forced to convert to Islam and marry group members.

Daily Mail

Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Wanasubiri kupigwa risasi leo

 Condemned Australians Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran have entered their final hours before their expected executionCondemned Australians Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran have entered their final hours before their expected execution

The date of the executions - April 29 - became official when a local funeral director in Cilacap was instructed to inscribe the names of those to be shot by firing squad and the date of their deaths
Two Australian drug smugglers set to be executed by firing squad in Indonesia have entered their final hours. 

Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran are expected to be executed this evening and were visited by their emotional families in prison today.

The shooting is set to go ahead despite Indonesia's Constitutional Court agreeing to hear a legal challenge brought by the duo and setting a hearing date of May 12. Sukuraman's sister, Brintha, is supported as she is escorted through the crowd towards the port gates
The execution of the Bali NIne is set for the early hours of Wednesday 
Chan and Sukumaran are part of the Bali Nine who were convicted in 2005 over a plot to smuggle around 18.2lbs of heroin from Indonesia to Australia.

The pair, as well as other death row inmates, have remained defiant in their final hours inside the prison on Indonesia's 'death island', where coffins were seen arriving earlier this evening.

Chan married his fiancé of less than three months inside the prison today, as family paid what will be one of their last visits.

Chan married his partner Febyanti Herewila (pictured) in prison as his execution by firing squad looms
Chan married his partner Febyanti Herewila (pictured) in prison as his execution by firing squad looms

Sukuraman's mother Raji (centre) cries as she arrives at the port authority office at Cilacap for a last visit with her son
Sukuraman's mother Raji (centre) cries as she arrives at the port authority office at Cilacap for a last visit with her son
Coffins were seen being brought into the prison ahead of the pair's execution, which is set for early on Wednesday morning
Coffins were seen being brought into the prison ahead of the pair's execution, which is set for early on Wednesday morning

Daily Mail

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Si mshikaki tena, ni nyama choma

Police in Argentina are hunting a family-of-six who crammed onto one motorbike before riding through the streets without helmets.

They were spotted driving through the city of San Miguel de Tucuman in Argentina's north-western province of Tucuman.

A man was pictured holding the handlebars of the bike while three young children straddled the petrol tank in front of him and a girl and a woman sat on the seat behind him.
People carrier: Two adults and four children were pictured riding on the same motorbike in San Miguel de Tucuman, Argentina
It comes just weeks after a similar pictured emerged of a family of seven riding on the same motorbike though the city of Junin in Argentina's eastern province of Buenos Aires.

Describing the most recent case, passer-by Etel Ramirez Nazario, 46, said: 'It was shocking to see'
Police say they are looking for the parents. 

A spokesman said: 'We have seen the picture and strongly condemn this utterly irresponsible and dangerous behaviour.

'We have appealed for anyone who recognises the family to come forward.'  
Police are also hunting a family of seven seen riding on the same motorbike through the city of Junin just weeks agoDaily Mail