By Jasper Mbaluka
NAIROBI, KENYA The government has set aside a staggering ksh700million for Jamhuri Day celebrations on December 12th. On the other hand, Tanzanian President is contemplating on banning Boxing Day celebrations so as to minimize government spending.
This comes days after the newly elected Tanzanian President Dr. John Pombe Joseph Magufuli cancelled the independence Day celebrations to minimize embezzlement in government.
The Tanzanian President is not only popular for his diligence, but also as the most educated President in competitive academic fields with international accolades.
Just recently, the Tanzanian President with all his knowledge, banned Presidential government funded family expenses to curb unnecessary expenditures on tax payers money.
Ironically, no sooner had Magufuli expurgated his family expenditures, than thef]yan President carried hid daughter Ngina (a South African Trained tailor by profession) to a World Climate Change Forum in Paris, all at the detriment of tax payers.
According to political pundits, Uhuru has failed to borrow leaf from his Tanzanian counterpart.