2 years ago

SPORTS

SPORTS

USAJILI LIGI KUU VODACOM MSIMU WA 2017/18

KATIBU Mkuu wa klabu ya soka ya Yanga, Charles Mkwasa, amesema hakuna mchezaji wao mwingine atakayesajiliwa na mahasimu wao Simba baada ya Haruna Niyonzima kufanya hivyo wiki mbili zilizopita.

Yanga ipo kwenye mapambano ya kuhakikisha inawabakiza nyota wake waliomaliza mikataba na wapinzani wao Simba, wamekuwa mstari wa mbele kuwarubuni nyota hao ili kujiunga na kikosi chao.

Akizungumza na gazeti hili, Mkwasa alisema mikakati iliyopo hivi sasa baada ya kumalizika kwa Mfungo wa mwezi Mtukufu wa Ramadhani, ni kuwasainisha mikataba mipya wachezaji wao wote ambao wamemaliza mikataba yao na hiyo inatokana na kukamilika kwa mazungumzo na nyota hao.

“Ndani ya wiki hii, tunatarajia kumalizana na Thabani Kamusoko, Amisi Tambwe na wengine ambao wamemaliza mikataba yao na baada ya hapo tutakuwa na kikao na Vicent Bossou ambaye naye yupo kwenye mipango yetu ya msimu ujao,”alisema Mkwasa.

Katibu huyo alisema mambo yao yanakwenda kisomi zaidi na hawaoni haja ya kukurupuka kwenye vyombo vya habari na mitandaoni, kwa sababu timu yao ya usajili imejipanga vizuri na wanaelewa wanachokifanya.

Mkwasa alisema wanataka kujenga kikosi ambacho kitafanya maajabu kwa kufanya vizuri na kuvunja rekodi ya kufika mbali kwenye michuano ya Kimataifa na siyo kuwafunga watani zao Simba.

“Usajili tunaoufanya sisi Yanga, utalenga kucheza fainali za Ligi ya Mabingwa Afrika na siyo kuwafunga Simba na ndiyo maana unaona tunafanya mambo yetu taratibu muda siyo mrefu ukimya wetu utatoa majibu yake na wale wanaotudharau watarudisha heshima,” alisema.

Aidha, Mkwasa amewataka mashabiki wa timu hiyo kuwa watulivu na kutoa nafasi kwa Kamati yao ya Usajili kufanya kazi yao ipasavyo ili mwisho wa siku waweze kufanikisha kile ambacho walikikusudia ambacho ni kuwapata wachezaji wote iliyokuwa imekusudia kuwasajili kwenye kipindi hiki cha usajili.

Mpaka sasa Yanga imesajili wachezaji watatu pekee ambao ni Abdallah Hajji ‘Ninja’, Ibrahim Ajibu na Pius Buswita kutoka Mbao FC ya Mwanza.

2 years ago

TANZANIA FOREST RESERVATION SYSTEM

TANZANIA FOREST RESERVATION SYSTEM
Are we sure about Forest products?

I am not a supporter of economic growth at the expense of the total destruction of the environment.

For many several years there has been a debate about setting palm oil  operations in Africa on an industrial scale and replacing tropical forest cover. 

These are trees that have taken many decades to reach this level and are vital in controlling climate change.

Tanzania wants to set up an Integrated Oil Palm Project in Ruvu Basin, along the coast. I like to hope that the government and investors have thought out all the angles to this project.

Several so-called experts have come out with reports on the negative effects developing oil palm industry will have on Africa.

This is after the ruin left in Southeast Asia, where forest cover has disappeared.

I realise that the financial rewards for growing this crop remain attractive. Palm oil is now the most widely consumed vegetable oil accounting for more than a third of the world’s production.

However, I always like to say that for the time being, there is only one Earth. Are we sure about palm oil?