Investigative Muleba issues forming local political debates Published 9 years ago on 08/09/2010 By Orton Kiishweko Share Tweet A few months ago, I did a story on Muleba’s changing political chess board. It was a month before the Chama Cha Mapinduzi primary polls. Todate, whatever was rumoured on the ground then, has certainly come to pass. In surveys I did among wananchi then,the same issues that were aired to likely form political debate are today haunting politicians as they return for the peoples’ votes.Or the same issues still have to be confronted by ‘first timers’ on the campaign trail. And as opposition’s Civic United Front sold their manifesto here last week,the same issues ,aired in mini surveys in early June still came up and these are issues which come with daily engagements of any ordinary family upcountry: good hospital, closer water source, school for one’s child, roads to business centre; an unfinished bridge among others. Pertinent too, villagers noted, are issues such as strengthening farmer’s market systems, water, roads, hospitals and giving a complete picture to village schools. The road from Nshambya to Kyakaboka also comes into the picture. When the Muleba speak, it is clear that ‘ndizi’ (bananas) and infrastructure play a significant part in their lives. If you want to talk about politics, then also talk about bananas. With ‘ndizi’ as the favourite agricultural product, also comes the need for irrigation. They are happy in their rural settings; they just want an improvement in their lives. Related Topics: Up Next A positive turn is taking place in Muleba homes, quietly Don't Miss Authorities must improve public toilets at Mtwara airport Continue Reading You may like 1 Comment 1 Comment Mziba 22/09/2010 at 3:17 pm Kiishweko, I like this piece. I would also, point out that the locals can organize and create somekind of farmers or trade association as a vehicle to do what is really important in the communities. Professioals, can volunteer consultation, as the start up point. Then ask the politien, support policies to improve standard of life. Frankly speaking, politian will not solve all social issues, based on historical facts. Thanks Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Investigative ‘UBESHI’: Safari ya Vijana Kuifikia Almasi Mwadui-Shinyanga Published 6 years ago on 25/05/2013 By David Azaria MAJUZI nilikuwa katika utafiti wa namna gani Madini ya Almas yanayopatikana katika Mji Mdogo wa Maganzo Wilayani Kishapu mkoani Shinyanga umewanufaisha wananchi wanaozunguka Mgodi wa Almasi wa Mwadui. (more…) Continue Reading Investigative Hofu ya Usalama kwa wafanyakazi GGM Yatanda Published 6 years ago on 15/05/2013 By David Azaria SIKU chache baada ya moto kuzuka ndani ya mgodi wa Geita (GGM) na kuteketeza mali zenye thamani ya zaidi ya shilingi Bilioni 25,hofu kubwa ya kupoteza maisha imeibuka kwa uongozi na wafanyakazi wa mgodi huo. (more…) Continue Reading Investigative If we can’t give people’s priorities the attention they deserve, why ask them to prioritize? Published 6 years ago on 14/05/2013 By Joas Kaijage In a move intended to empower the citizens and give them mandate to decide on their own development priorities, the government adopted the decentralization policy. (more…) Continue Reading Muhimu Kusoma Afya1 year ago CHLOROFORM: Dawa ya usingizi inayotumiwa na wezi kuwapulizia watu kabla ya kuiba Afya7 years ago Maaskofu: Wakristo Mwanza msile nyama iliyochinjwa na Waislamu! Siasa5 years ago Udhaifu wa usimamizi waua elimu ya watu wazima Featured7 years ago VIDEO: Ofisa wa TRA Arusha akichukua rushwa waziwazi!