Tuesday, June 14, 2016


Literary, eagle's eye means unusually sharp visual powers; keen ability to watch or observe.

I urge America to revive her eagle's ability to reduce the hatred poor sight eye of the enemy for your children.

 Fly higher to have a wide dimension of your territory!! 

America, I sympathize with your children. Sorry.

Tuesday, June 7, 2016


On 14th September, 2010 when I was listing down some XVII strategies organized by radical Muslims to attack and eradicate non-Muslims, I mentioned children from  Orphanage Centers owned by religious group to be involved in religious criminals.
In article XIV of my findings, I mentioned Orphanage in Mwanza to train and Islamitize the Mind of these little children.
Both incidents of Mwanza and Tanga the source is said to be young children who were together with the armed robbers. Some were arrested and others are said to escape.
The curiosity behind this findings began in Dar es Salaam, when in 2010 We found a group of little children in one of the religious festivals, passing out after a strong training of karate and kung-fu.

Leaders said that was part of their religious training. We disagreed. When I hear today  similar children in Mwanza are involved in these criminals, the picture of the past catches up my mind. I suggest It is high time now to work on it seriously.


Sunday, May 1, 2016


Tanzania, is among the very few countries in the world known to be a “peaceful country,” despite the diversity of beliefs. However, in recent days, the increase of Islamic radical movements tends to cause trauma to non Muslims especially to the vulnerable Christian community. Of all societies in the land, Christian community is a more victim of the circumstance.

The government tries hard to either decrease or halt these movements, but some seems hard because they are from within designated to preserve the Islamic bigotry.

Constitutionally, Tanzania is a secular state whose constitution stipulates the right of every citizen to enjoy the freedom of worship.

Despite the constitutional right of worship, day after day we experience the series of chain of command to oppress, persecute and suppress Christians and Christianity, which sometimes mask as legal, while in the real sense they are under Islamic influence.

There are a handful of reports and evidences at our disposal, which range from social, political, religious and economic, which have been reported internally and externally, to justify these claims.
Radical Muslims claim superiority over all non Muslims as they cling to the teachings of Prophet Mohammad which encourages a Muslim to discriminate non-Muslims, especially Christians, oppress and suppress them regardless the status of the land.

 It reads: “It was narrated that Abu Hurairah (RA) said: Allah’s Messenger (PBUH) said, “Do not initiate the greeting with the Jews or Christians, and if you meet one of them on the street, drive him to the narrowest part of it.”   (Hadith No. 5661 (2167), Book of Salam, Sahih Muslim, Vol. 6).

There is an invisible organized effort by radical Muslims both civil servants and individuals to implement this doctrine of driving Christians to the narrow part in the land.Shut down churches  which operate overnight activities by authorities, is one of them. They do no care how much they disturb Christians emotion.

Abd Al-Masih the famous author and researcher of Islam and its teachings, he foresaw these movements in his book long before they came into existence, as he mentioned Tanzania being one of the targets.

Abd Al Masih writes,  “In countries where the majorities are Muslims, but where an Islamic State has not yet been formed, an Islamic reformation may occur, aiming to root out all reminders of Christianity and Western colonialism from the laws of the land. Indeed, there is potential for a revolution to overthrow the existing government with one that will implement the shariah.

In the Democratic Republic of the Sudan many Muslims demand that the sharia should again become the sole legal code of the country. Lebanon, Malaysia, Nigeria and Tanzania are examples showing the long-term political strife and trials involved in forming Islamic States. The majority of the populations in these countries are not Muslims. Despite this ratio, Christian leaders are removed from their positions of influence, one by one, and newspapers and other media increasingly, transmit Islamic propaganda. The atmosphere in these countries is often tense and explosive.”(Abd Al-Masih; Holy War In Islam,() pg . 55-56).  (Bold is mine).

Many victim church clergies, especially from minor churches, become mute to report the oppressions and suppressions they undergo from villains radical Muslims fearing of being harmed.

I now urge the Christian community to stand with the vulnerable Christians in Tanzania, first; prayerfully, second, Advocacy to demand equal rights by supporting the cost that will cover all the processing of filing the petition in the court of law. The total cost estimate is $7000.

Please may I ask you again to support this action financially. We would be glad to receive your support! 

With immediate effect! Please be free to let us know how you can be part of this important exercise.

This approach of petition in the court of law, worked to other Christians who were wrongly oppressed and falsely charged. We have their details in our hands.

We look forward to hearing from you; as you also convey this message to all other brethren in Christ!
If one part suffers, every part suffers with it; if one part is honored, every part rejoices with it.” (1 Cor 12:26 (NIV)

For more information Contact Person: Daniel Mwankemwa +255 755 680101, Email: Skype: daniel.mwankemwa.

Friday, April 29, 2016

Tanzania: Proliferation of Churches Blamed for Noise Pollution

My sincere quote "

To eradicate in all its forms and ramifications all non-Muslim religions in member nations (such religions shall include Christianity, Ahmadiyya and other tribal modes of worship unacceptable to Muslims.”- Abuja Islamic  Declaration.

Hazla Omar,  Daily News 8th April 2016
Arusha — THE proliferation of many churches which undertake their activities throughout the night is said to be an emerging major problem in Arusha City. Arusha regional authorities have begun taking measures to halt the activities of these churches which create chaos to the city's tranquility at night.

Arusha Regional Commissioner (RC), Daudi Felix Ntibenda, has directed leaders at all levels of governance to warn owners of the churches that their night activities are a source of apprehension to many residents in the tourist city.

"I have received complaints from many people about the activities of the churches - especially the use of loudspeakers in residential areas," he said. "We have a problem in Arusha; almost everywhere nowadays someone erects a tent to establish a church.

For seven days of the week people are treated to noise pollution, It's bad," he said. He directed the local leaders to start working on the issue urgently to minimise noise pollution affecting the majority of Arusha residents during the night.

We can't just ban snooker (pool table) and drinking beer during the day and then allow people to make noise during the night," he explained. Ntibenda banned the sale of sachets of liquor (viroba), in groceries and shops.

"We have banned day time beer drinking in bars, but people have found another way of buying 'viroba' and mixing them with water or other drinks," he said. Meanwhile, Ntibenda has suspended the registration of new weapons until the ongoing exercise to verify people owning guns is completed.

"Once we resume another exercise of registering guns, the process will be different as applicants shall be compelled to start right from the village, ward and division levels before seeking clearance from other levels," he said.

                                         OUR STATEMENT
R C Ntibenda in his warning, never mentioned the use of loudspeakers five times a day on the high minaret from the Mosques as noise pollution, except a once a week (normally Fridays) overnight  prayers from the church. 

He further ordered leaders at all levels of governance to warn owners of the churches but not to Immams and Sheikhs owners of  the Mosques in the same city. This is bias and religious preference in the secular and diversity of belief like Tanzania.

Bear in mind that some of these leaders are Muslims and members of the Islamic radical groups who always yearn to implement the Abuja Islamic Declaration of 1989 to eradicate Christianity in their regions.

One article of the Abuja Islamic Declaration which align with the ban of the Arusha Regional Commissioner states:  To eradicate in all its forms and ramifications all non-Muslim religions in member nations (such religions shall include Christianity, Ahmadiyya and other tribal modes of worship unacceptable to Muslims.”

Tanzania became member of  The Organization of the Islamic Cooperation (O.I.C) and Islam in Africa Organization (I.A.O) in 1989 and later withdrew in 1993. 

To date, some Muslims struggle to influence the government authorities to re-instate the objectives of I.A.O as a stepping stone towards imposition of Shariah Law in the constitution.

One of the instrument to accomplish this mission is to use government leaders who are unaware of the Islamic agenda. In this, Christian community is the victim of the circumstance.

Tanzania is a secular state constitutionally.

Friday, April 22, 2016


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