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Government Statements about abductions and Bunge Live

Opposition leader in Tanzania Parliament Freeman Mbowe wanted the Government to cooperate with other developed nations including England in investigative issues such as abductions that are going on in the country, and he wanted the Government explain about the Parliament Live Broadcasting  'Bunge Live'.

Government Statements about abductions and Bunge Live

Opposition leader in Tanzania Parliament Freeman Mbowe wanted the Government to cooperate with other developed nations including England in investigative issues such as abductions that are going on in the country, and he wanted the Government explain about the Parliament Live Broadcasting  'Bunge Live'.

20 April 2017 Thursday 12:56
Government Statements about abductions and Bunge Live

Freeman Mbowe said that today in the morning when he was asking questions to the Tanzania Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa  in a Questions and Answers sessions ,in  which is held each Thursday in the Parliament in Dodoma Region.

While answering the questions Tanzania Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa has said the nation has relationship with some nations in the worlds in security issues but also Tanzania herself has the power to recognize and investigate in those abductions issues, what is supposed now is let the particular authority to do their investigation and once it is done they will say each and everything to the public, also he has bagged Tanzanian to be tolerant and giving their cooperation to the police force on the abduction issues.

About Bunge Live PM Majaliwa said that, the decision were already made by the last parliament, about how citizen will get those Parliament Broadcasting, and he promises that the Government will keep improving the way of Parliament Broadcasting to the citizen.

Many Tanzanians complained about the banning of live broadcastiong from the parliament and asked the government to return the live braodcasting as it was before, Tanzanian government banned live broadcating from the parliament due to low budget of their national television and some ethical reasons.

Azania Post

Updated: 20.04.2017 13:47
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