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Sunday, May 24, 2015

KIKAO CHA NEC YA CCM LEO, MAY 24, 2015 MJINI DODOMA


 Wajumbe wa Halmashauri Kuu ya Taifa, CCM, wakianza kuingia ukumbini kwa ajili ya Kikao Cha Halmashauri Kuu ya Taifa ya CCM, NEC, kinachoendelea leo, Makao Makuu ya CCM mjini Dodoma

 Mjumbe wa NEC, Samwel Sitta akisalimiana na Murad nje ya ukumbi
Katibu wa NEC, Siasa na Uhusiano wa Kimataifa, Dk. Asha-Rose Migiro akienda ukumbini
 Mjumbe wa NEC, Edward Lowassa aakisalimia wananchi nje ya ukumbi
 Katibu Mkuu wa CCM, Sixtus Mapunda akisalimia baadhi ya wajumbe nje ya ukumbi
 Mjumbe wa Halmashauri Kuu ya CCM, Usi Yahya Haji kutoka Kaskazini Unguja, akimsalimia mjumbe mwenzake, Waziri wa Maliasili na Utalii, Lazaro Nyalandu wakati wakijiandaa kuingia ukumbini.
 Mjumbe wa NEC, Steven Wassira akifurahia jambo na wajumbe wenzake. Kushoto ni Abdallah Bulembo na watatu kushoto ni  Kilumbe Ng'enda
 Wajumbe wa NEC kutoka mkoa wa Kigoma wakishauriana jambo nje ya ukumbi
 Mjumbe wa NEC, Waziri wa Mambo ya Nje na Ushirikiano wa Kimataifa, Bernard Membe akienda ukumbini huku wadau wakiwa na hamu ya kumsalimia
 Wajumbe wa NEC, Katibu Mkuu wa CCM Mstaafu wa UVCCM, Martin Shigella na Profesa Mark Mwandosya wakisalimiananje ya Ukumbi. Katikati ni Ridhiwani Kikwete
 Januari Makamba akisalimiana na Jerry Silaa nje ya Ukumbi
 Mjumbe wa NEC, Amina Salum Ali akisalimiana na Mwenyekiti wa UWT Sophia Simba nje ya ukumbi, kabla ya kikao cha NEC kuanza leo.
 Wajumbe wa Halmashauri Kuu ya Taifa CCM,  Bernard Membe na Nazir Kalamagi wakijadiliana jambo kabla ya kikao cha NEC kuanza.
Mjumbe wa NEC, Profesa Mark Mwandosya akijadili jambo na wajumbe wenzake ukumbini. Wapili kulia ni Katibu Mkuu wa CCM mstaafu zee Mukama, Dk. Chegeni
Mke wa Rais, Mama Salma Kikwete akisalimiana na wajumbe wenzake wa NEC, ukumbini

Waalikwa kutoka vyombo vya habari vya CCM na cha Serikali, wakiwa ukumbini. Kutoka kshoto ni Angel Akilimali (Uhuru FM), Joseph Kulangwa (Uhuru Publications Ltd, na Gabriel Nderumaki kutokaDaily News.
 Katibu Mkuu wa UVCCM, Sixtus Mapunda akibadilishana mawazo na Mwenyekiti wa UVCCM Taifa, Hamis Sadifa, kabla ya kikao kuanza. Kulia ni Katibu wa NEC, Itikadi na Uenezi, Nape Nnauye.
 Wajumbe wakiwa ukumbini
 Wajumbe wa Halmashauri Kuu ya Taifa ya CCM, wakiwa kwenye kikao hicho. mstari wa mbele kutoka kushoto ni, Dk. Salim Ahmed Salim, Shamsi Vuai Nahodha, Pandu Kificho na Katibu Mkuu wa CCM, mstaafu, Wilson Mukama.
 Wajumbe wakiwa ukumbini
 Wajumbe wakiwa kwenye kikao hicho. Kushoto ni Naibu Katibu Mkuu wa CCM Mwigulu Nchemba na Spika wa Bunge Anna Makinda.
Wajumbe ukiwa umejaa wajumbe
 Wajumbe wakiwa wamesimama kumpokea Mwenyekiti wa CCM, Rais Jakaya Kikwete wakati akiingia ukumbini.
Mwenyekiti wa CCM, Rais Jakaya Kikwete akishauriana jambo na Katibu Mkuu wa CCM Abdulrahman Kinana kabla ya kikao cha Halmashauri Kuu ya CCM kuanza leo, mjini Dodoma
Mwenyekiti wa CCM, Rais Jakaya Kikwete akiwa ukumbini tayari kuongoza kikao cha Halmashauri Kuu ya CCM, mjini Dodoma leo, May 24, 2015. Kushoto ni ni Makamu Mwenyekiti wa CCM, Rais wa Zanzibar, Dk. Ali Mohammed Shein na kulia ni ni Makamu Mwenyekiti wa CCM, Bara, Philip Mangula na Katibu Mkuu wa CCM, Abdulrahman Kinana. (Picha zote na Bashir Nkoromo- wa CCM na theNkoromo Blog) Picha za mwanzo tafadhali BOFYA HAPA

Thursday, April 30, 2015

SPEECH BY AMBASSADOR RAMADHANI MWINYI, DEPUTY PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA TO THE UNITED NATIONS, ADDRESSES THE 2015 REVIEW CONFERENCE OF THE PARTIES TO THE TREATY ON THE NON PROLIFERATION OF NUCLEAR WEAPONS WHICH IS BEING HELD AT THE UN HEADQUATERS.

Madam President,
At the outset, I would like to join the preceding speakers in congratulating you for assuming the important responsibility of presiding over this Conference. My delegation and I commend you for the skillful manner in which you are presiding over our deliberations and wish to assure you of our full support and cooperation.


We would like to align ourselves with the statements made by the distinguished representatives of Iran and Nigeria, for and on behalf of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) and the African Union, respectively.


the following are additional remarks in my national capacity:
I would like to convey our deep condolences and solidarity to the Government and the people of Nepal following the powerful devastating earthquake that struck the country last week.

Madam President,
This Conference provides us with a unique opportunity to recommit to the goals and objectives of the NPT, which has been in force for the past 45 years. It also provides us with an opportunity to undertake a frank assessment of the implementation of the Treaty, by both nuclear and non-nuclear weapons States alike.


Tanzania acceded to the NPT 21 years after it had entered into force. Despite the delay in acceding and our reservations thereof, we remain truthful and committed to the Treaty, and our vision for a stable, secure, safer world, free of all weapons of mass destruction has never faltered.

Our assessment of the implementation of the NPT over the years is somewhat troubling. During the 45 years of its implementation, the world has witnessed an unabated development of nuclear weapons, both qualitatively and quantitatively, with a few States entering the league of nuclear possessors.


We are especially concerned that, while most non-nuclear weapon States have lived up to their side of the bargain, the nuclear-weapon states are falling short in their obligations.

This disparity needs redress. Among other issues, the Conference must address the gaps that persist in the implementation of the NPT and make concrete recommendations for bridging them.

We believe that those who ascribe to the goals of the NPT, nuclear and non-nuclear weapon States alike, need to do more to demonstrate to the non-State parties and the strayed, that NPT remains the only viable way towards nuclear disarmament and non-proliferation. We believe, it is actions not pronouncements that would yield the eagerly anticipated goal of the universalization of the NPT. 


Madam President,
Elimination of Nuclear Weapons is an urgent global imperative. The humanitarian consequences of any nuclear weapon detonation would undoubtedly be catastrophic.


It has the assurance of not only spreading across our borders but also to irreparably contaminate our environment and ensure dire consequences to the natural ecosystem, permanently destroying it for generations to come.

The nuclear devastation as witnessed in Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945 would be manifold in the current context. Therefore, our reaffirmation to save successive generations of the scourge of nuclear weapons must be real and tangible.

It is therefore in the interest of the very survival of humanity that nuclear weapons are NEVER AGAIN used in our world, under any circumstances. A legal instrument prohibiting such usage should therefore strengthen the NPT by fulfilling the Treaty's disarmament and non-proliferation objectives.


Such instrument would fulfill and strengthen the NPT by creating conditions for disarmament, including establishing clear guidelines against the possession and use of nuclear weapons. In our view, it would also challenge the ill-advised assertion that nuclear weapons provide security guarantees.

Madam President,
We need not overemphasize the fact that the NPT in its broader perspective is the cornerstone of world efforts aimed at the eventual cessation of the arms race and the elimination of nuclear weapons.


We sincerely hope and expect that all commitments, which constitute the integral part of the Treaty, will be fully respected and implemented.

The United Republic of Tanzania believes that significant progress in Nuclear Disarmament and Nuclear Non-Proliferation are necessary as these two are closely related and mutually reinforcing. We believe that, the slow pace of Nuclear Disarmament weakens the Non-Proliferation regime.


Non-Proliferation derives its legitimacy from the larger objective of Nuclear Disarmament. Therefore, the two regimes should be pursued simultaneously and not one at the cost of the other.

Among the challenges hindering the move towards complete disarmament and Non-Proliferation regime is the delay of the entry into force of the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty (CTBT).

Tanzania ratified the CTBT in 2004 and in this regard we call for the urgent entry into force of the Treaty, as such would contribute to the achievement of a nuclear free world.

Madam President,
We would also like to underscore the importance of effective and balanced implementation among member states.


In order to achieve the purpose of the Treaty, we wish to emphasize the vital role played by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) in the field of peaceful uses of nuclear energy and creation of a conducive environment for nuclear cooperation.

In this regard, we call upon the IAEA to ensure that Nuclear Technology for peaceful purposes and any other assistance is availed to all Member States in good faith, without any discrimination, and calls for countries with Nuclear Arsenals to comply with the Treaty provisions without any pre-conditions.

My delegation commends the essential contribution of some Non – Nuclear Weapon States to the establishment of Nuclear Free Zones.


These initiatives are certainly a valuable contribution to international peace and security. Tanzania is a State party to the African Nuclear Weapon Free Zones Treaty (Pelindaba Treaty), which derived from these initiatives.

The implementation of this treaty constitutes an important step towards the goal of a nuclear free world. My country extends support to the call towards the establishment of Nuclear Weapon Free Zone in the Middle East. Tanzania believes that, this effort will not only contribute to the peace and stability in the Middle East but also to the wider international community.

In this regard, we are in favour of the call for the Conference on the establishment of a Nuclear Weapon Free Zone in the Middle East. In the same vein, we call upon the nuclear weapon States to ratify, without any reservations, the relevant instruments associated with the said Zones, including on negative security assurances.

Madam President,
Once again, we wish to reiterate that the disarmament of nuclear weapons is possible because neither their possession nor their existence is in our collective best interest. In our view, nuclear disarmament should have happened a long time ago so that, by now, we should have been talking about enabling disadvantaged populations to “live in larger freedom” as per the Charter of the United Nations. Let us speak with one voice, and commit ourselves to having a common political will that could be the essential driving force for Nuclear Disarmament, which would ensure the Nuclear Free World that all humanity deserves.


The United Republic of Tanzania believes strongly and shall continue to be in the pursuit of this positive path towards the achievement of a NUCLEAR FREE WORLD.

I THANK YOU.

Saturday, April 11, 2015

ZITTO KABWE ATINGISHA SONGEA NA CHAMA CHAKE CHA ACT, JANA.














Friday, May 2, 2014

STATEMENT BY H.E. AMBASSADOR RAMADHAN M. MWINYI, DEPUTY PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA TO THE UNITED NATIONS AT THE THIRD NPT REVIEW PREPARATORY CONFERENCE, NEW YORK, 28th APRIL TO 9th MAY 2014

Mr. Chairman,
Excellency’s, Distinguished Delegates,
Ladies and Gentlemen:


At the outset I wish to congratulate and commend you for chairing this very important event that should gear up to a fruitful anticipation of the 2015 NPT review process and foster the complete elimination of Nuclear Weapons and all other Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) in all their aspects.


Mr. Chairman,
Nuclear Disarmament should have happened a long time ago. By now, we could have been talking about enabling disadvantaged populations to “live in larger freedom” as the Charter of the United Nations envisages. But then, here we are - we are still faced with a catastrophe of our own making that is manifested by an unending proliferation of nuclear weapons.  As a matter of necessity and pragmatism, we must reverse this course. Let us speak with one voice and commit ourselves to a common political will that is, in essence, the driving force for nuclear disarmament. It would ensure the Nuclear Free World (NFW) that all humanity desires and, indeed, we all deserve. That is why we must endeavor to conclude these deliberations fruitfully.

For starters, let us begin with the low-hanging fruit – one which I am sure we are all in agreement with:  The humanitarian consequences of any nuclear detonation are catastrophic. The impact is assured to spread within and across our borders, irreparably causing human suffering and death, contaminating our environment, poisoning our waters, and surely ensuring that our increasingly fragile ecosystem suffers even more from consequences so dire, but of our own making. Nuclear weapons are able to destroy our world as we know it, and alter it to the disservice of the many generations of our offspring after us. They have a right to inherit a world better than we found it, not worse than it should have been left for them. Indeed, all humanity is entitled to a nuclear weapons free world.

Mr. Chairman,
The risk of a repeat of Nagasaki and Hiroshima in 1945 remains all very real – we must make sure that our words are translated into matching deeds. There cannot never therefore be any other choice but to ensure the total elimination of nuclear weapons. It is in the interest and survival of humanity that, never again, should nuclear weapons be used in our world, under any circumstances. A legal instrument prohibiting that usage should therefore strengthen the NPT, by fulfilling the Treaty's disarmament and non-proliferation objectives. In the minimum, such a legal instrument should fulfill and strengthen the NPT, by establishing clear guidelines against the possession and use of nuclear weapons in the interim, while at the same time creating the necessary conditions for total and complete disarmament as the longer term goal. The treaty would also rightly challenge the ill-advised assertion that nuclear weapons provide security to the possessor. Surely we must all agree, they are not a panacea to our quest for security. Their continued existence will also only further the tendency towards more proliferation, dragging us into a nuclear arms race that cannot be in our common interest as interdependent inhabitants on earth. Furthermore, as a minimum, the NPT should call on the moral imperative of nuclear weapon possessor states to reduce their arsenals and, eventually, completely destroy all their stockpiles. Achieving that goal could make the likelihood of reaching a successful outcome of the 2015 NPT Review Conference more possible.

Mr. Chairman,
Without mincing words, let me assure you that the United Republic of Tanzania fully supports the total elimination of nuclear weapons and weapons of mass destruction (WMD) in all their forms and kinds. Our basic principle here is the sanctity of human life, wherever people live and in whatever conditions they are in. The people in my country and in the sub-regions to which my country shares memberships, namely, the Great Lakes Region (ICGLR), the East African Community (EAC) and the Southern African Development Community (SADC), have neither produced nor seen, even do not desire to see nuclear weapons. They have seen and are in fact recurrently innocent victims of small arms and light weapons. I deem this to be true for most parts of Africa. It is therefore my delegation’s interest – and I hope this is shared by most of us here today – that we will not pay lip service to this anathema: Let us do away with these weapons!

Based on that reality, the United Republic of Tanzania remains a party and signatory to several of the current legally binding regional and international instruments relating to disarmament and arms control. To mention only a few, these include the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT), the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty (CTBT), the Nuclear Fissile Material Cut-Off Treaty, the Nuclear Weapons Free Zone (NWFZ), Convention on Cluster Munitions (CCM), Arms Trade Treaty (ATT) as well as the United Nations Programme of Action on Small Arms and Light Weapons (UNPoA). We subscribe to the central aims of those instruments, inter alia, aimed at the control, reduction, combating and/or eradicating the possession of nuclear weapons, chemicals and biological weapons as well as the illicit proliferation of small arms and light weapons (SALWs).

Mr. Chairman,
Let me reiterate here that the United Republic of Tanzania remains a firm believer in the NPT with its three constituent main pillars, namely, (i) Disarmament, (ii) Non-Proliferation and (iii) the Use of Nuclear Energy for Peaceful purposes. We also believe that significant progress in Nuclear Disarmament and Nuclear Non-Proliferation are necessary as these two are closely inter-related and mutually reinforcing. We also believe that, the slow pace of Nuclear Disarmament weakens the Non-Proliferation regime. Indeed, non-Proliferation derives its legitimacy from the larger objective of Nuclear Disarmament. The two regimes should therefore be pursued simultaneously and not one at the cost of the other.

Among the challenges hindering the move towards complete disarmament and a comprehensive Non-Proliferation regime is the delay of the entry into force of the CTBT, which opened for signature in 1966. As just stated shortly, the United Republic of Tanzania is among the dedicated countries that have ratified that instrument. We therefore urge all nuclear weapon possessor states to heed this outcry from the rest of the world so they may end their Nuclear Weapons programs and enable us to achieve the Nuclear Free World (NFW) we desperately need.

Mr. Chairman,

I am delighted to inform here that, the United Republic of Tanzania remains highly committed to the Treaty on the Non- Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons and emphasizes the importance of effective and balanced implementation of the same among all the member states. To achieve the purpose of the treaty, my country re-emphasizes the vital role of International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) in the field of peaceful uses of nuclear energy and the creation of a conducive environment for nuclear energy production and cooperation. In this regard, we call for the IAEA to make sure that, education on Nuclear Technology and other assistances required, especially by developing states like mine, be given equally and in good faith to all member states, without any discrimination. We also call on the countries owning nuclear arsenals to comply with the treaty provisions without any pre-conditions.

In addition, we acknowledge the progress made thus far, including the importance of implementing the Action Plan adopted in the 2010 Review Conference of the Nuclear Proliferation Treaty (NPT). We also participated fully on the Preparatory Committee for the 2015 Review Conference of the State Parties to the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons held in Geneva May, 2013, and we intend to do so in 2015.

Mr. Chairman,
My delegation wishes to commend the essential contribution of some Non – Nuclear Weapon States to the establishment of Nuclear Free Zones. Their initiatives are certainly a valuable contribution to International Peace and Security. My country is one of the State Parties to the African Nuclear Weapon Free Zones Treaty (Pelindaba Treaty), which derived from these initiatives. The implementation of this treaty constitutes an important step towards strengthening the Non-Proliferation Regime in Africa and World at large. My country extends support to the call towards the establishment of Nuclear Weapon Free Zone in the Middle East. The United Republic of Tanzania believes that, this effort will not only contribute to the peace and stability in the Middle East but also to the entire International Community. In this regard, my country urges the Conference on the establishment of a Nuclear Weapon Free Zone in the Middle East to be fully considered. In the same vein, we call all Nuclear States to ratify treaties and related protocols of establishing such zones without reservations.

In conclusion Mr. Chairman,
I must once again reiterate that, the disarmament of nuclear weapons is possible because neither their possession nor their existence is necessary or desired by all of us – those who believe in God and even those who don’t – because our common purpose as humanity is to pursue happiness and well-being, but we can only do that if we are at peace. Let all of us now, here and forever therefore agree that loving peace and pursuing its realization by agreeing to  Disarm and get rid of Nuclear Weapons is to our mutual interest and common livelihood. The United Republic of Tanzania believes strongly and shall continue to be in the pursuit of this positive path towards the achievement of a NUCLEAR FREE WORLD.
 
I THANK YOU.

Tuesday, March 4, 2014

KAMPENI ZA CCM LEO KUWANIA KITI CHA UBUNGE KALENGA

Wananchi wa Kijiji cha Kikombwe wakinyoosha mikono kuthibitisha kumchagua mgombea wa CCM katika jimbo la Kalenga, Godfrey Mgimwa wakati wa mkutano uliofanyika katika kijiji hicho.
Mgimwa (kulia) akiomba kura katika kijiji cha  Kikombwe
Mgombea akiselebuka na wananchi wakati Msanii Dokii (wapili kishoto) akihamasisha, katika Kijiji cha Kikombwe kabla ya shughuli ya kuomba kura.
Msanii Dokii (kulia)akihamasisha wananchi katika kijiji cha  Lupembelwasenga
Wananchi katika Kijiji cha Kikombwe wakimsikiliza Mgimwa kwa makini
Katibu wa CCM mkoa wa Iringa Salum Mtenga akizungumza na waandishi a habari leo, katika Ofisi ya CCM ya mkoa huo, kuhusu mambo yanavyoendelea katika kampemni za uchaguzi mdogo jimbo la Kalenga.
Mikono wa Michuzi Media Group, Hamad Michuzi akiseti kamera yake kupata mambo safi kwenye mkutano wa kampeni hizo za CCM
Changamoto: Gari la waandishi wa habari likitengenezwa baada ya kupata panchari wakati wakirudi kambini

Saturday, February 8, 2014

NAPE ALAANI UNYAMA UNAODAIWA KUFANYWA NA CHADEMA


 Katibu wa NEC Itikadi na Uenezi Nape Nnauye akizungumza na waandishi wa habari katika ofisi za CCM Mkoa wa Mwanza.Nape alisema kitendo cha wana CCM kushambuliwa ni kitendo cha kinyama na kinatakiwa kikemewe na kila mtu,pia alisisitiza Vijana wa CCM kuwalinda wapigaji kura wao siku ya kupiga kura.
 Katibu wa NEC Itikadi na Uenezi Nape Nnauye akisisitiza jambo wakati wa mkutano wake na waandishi wa Habari kwenye ofisi za CCM Mkoa wa Mwanza.
Katibu wa NEC Itikadi na Uenezi Nape Nnauye akitazama picha ya X-Ray  ya Sebastian Masonga Katibu wa UVCCM kata ya Majengo Wilaya ya Kahama,Masonga amevunjika mkono wa kushoto baada ya kupigwa na wafuasi wa Chadema wakati walipokua wanarejea kwenye mikutano ya  kampeni za Udiwani.
Katibu wa NEC Itikadi na uenezi CCM Taifa Nape Nnauye akimpa pole Afisa Mtendaji wa Kata ya Ubagwe wilaya ya Kahama mkoani Shinyanga ambaye alipigwa na kutobolewa macho na wafuasi wa Chadema .
Katibu wa NEC Itikadi na Uenezi Nape Nnauye akitoka nje ya jengo la hospitali ya Bugando akiongozana na baadhi ya viongozi wa CCM Mkoa wa Mwanza ambapo waliwatembelea na kuwajulia hali majeruhi walioumizwa na wafuasi wa Chadema mjini Kahama.