Monday, April 27, 2009

Magaidi wa hali ya hewa!

Eco-terrorists sabotage Union ceremony!
Last Sunday, a day which was supposed to be of jubilation, almost turned into a day of mourning. A plane from Dar sent to pick up Zanzibar President Amani Abeid Karume failed to land at Zenj airport. Instead it turned tail and went back to Dar es salaam.

A communiqué released by a shadowy terrorist group, the Adverse Weather Conditions Liberation Front (AWCLF) has vowed to sabotage the airport until the revolutionary Government of Zenj joins the muafaka talks.

The President of the United Republic of Tanzania, JK was a lonely figure as he waited for President Karume at Dar es Salaam’s Uhuru Stadium.
Even his well-known smile could not lift the mood of the AWCLF as it continued to pound both Dar es Salaam and Zanzibar with constant rains.

In Zenj, the secretary to the President, Haroud Shaib, cautioned against “wild speculation”. Some wild animals, like monkeys and Zenj lions (on tour from Ngorongoro) were seen lurking near the airport. Government officials vowed that the AWCLF would be defeated, not with harsh action, but by rectitude and kindness of the people of Tanzania.

Mr Shaib noted however that Zanzibar Chief Minister Shamsi Vuai Nahodha and his deputy Ali Juma Shamhuna and several members of the Zanzibar cabinet attended the 45 anniversary show. Some were photographed with Prez himself – they were reportedly talking about the weather.

Meanwhile a high-powered probe team has been set-up to check out the claims of AWCLF. I is comprised of respectable chaps whose names have been linked to EPA scandals. (Continued on Page 94)

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