Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Haya ndiyo maisha ya Africa. Kuna wakati unaweza kudhani ni utani kumbe tunaendelea kuishi na wakati mwingine hata kutesa katika mazingira hayo hayo! Ndiyo Africa yetu.
Haya ndiyo maisha ya Africa. Kuna wakati unaweza kudhani ni utani kumbe tunaendelea kuishi na wakati mwingine hata kutesa katika mazingira hayo hayo! Ndiyo Africa yetu.
Hii ndiyo Africa yetu. Kila wakati ni wakati wa furaha hata kama hujala, hata kama hujavaa, hata kama huna kitu! Furaha haina mazingira! Kwa kuwa tupo Africa, basi tufurahi siku zote.
Hii ndiyo Africa yetu. Kila wakati ni wakati wa furaha hata kama hujala, hata kama hujavaa, hata kama huna kitu! Furaha haina mazingira! Kwa kuwa tupo Africa, basi tufurahi siku zote.

Friday, May 20, 2011

Funny marriage quotes (Jokes)

Everyone knows that a man can always marry even if he reaches 102, is penniless, and has all his faculties gone. There is always some woman willing to take a chance on him.

The trouble with some women is that they get all excited about nothing—and then marry him.

To a woman the first kiss is just the end of the beginning but to a man it is the beginning of the end.

When a girl marries, she exchanges the attentions of many men for the inattention of one.



 Na huyu naye anadai Aliwahi kubakwa na Kahn!

Kahn na mkewe

Delay: William Taylor, right, and Benjamin Brafman, left, attorneys for Mr Strauss-Kahn, talk to the press outside the Manhattan Criminal Court in New York last night

Dogged by scandal: Mr Strauss-Kahn is seen with his wife and leading French journalist Anne Sinclair

Scene: One of the luxury suites at the Sofitel New York

Scene of the alleged attack: The Sofitel New York in the heart of the city's theatre district

Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Rais wa IMF matatani kwa ngono

Rais wa IMF aliyefanikiwa sana kwa sera za kiuchumi anashikiliwa na polisi kwa tuhuma za kumbaka mhudumu wa ofisi. Maswali ni mengi sana lakini naomba usome na usikilize vyombo vya habari utaupata ukweli wa mambo. Mwishoni mwa makala kuna video utaangalia hali ya mambo akiwa kwenye mikono ya dola!

IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn emerges from police custody for the first time since being arrested for allegedly trying to rape a New York hotel maid.

With his hands cuffed behind his back and looking tired it is the first time Dominique Strauss-Kahn, 62, has been seen in public since he was arrested on Sunday for sexual assault charges.

The French presidential hopeful is accused of assaulting a 32-year-old maid who had arrived to clean his £1,855-a-night suite at the luxury Sofitel hotel near Times Square, at 1pm on Saturday.

Police say he fled the hotel after the alleged assault and a few hours later they pulled him from his first-class seat on an Air France plane minutes before it was to take off for Paris.

The defendant agreed to a medical examination after investigators asked a judge for a warrant to search his body for scratches. He will plead not guilty to the charges, his lawyers said.

Mr Strauss-Kahn led the International Monetary Fund through the 2007-09 global financial meltdown and has been central in galvanising Europe to tackle its debt woes. While Mr Strauss-Kahn has long been rumoured to be a womaniser, the latest allegations are the most serious to be levied against him.

Monday, May 16, 2011

Naznat Wedding: Tanzania Royal Wedding?

Jina lenyewe Tanzania, tayari hapo hakuna royal! Ila harusi ilipendeza angalau kwa kuona kwenye picha hivi! Hongereni sana

Thursday, May 5, 2011

Kumbe chachandu zipo za aina nyingi?

Aina hii ya chachandu nilikuwa siijui! Kwani hii nayo inatumika kwenye KULA chakula?

Monday, May 2, 2011


Arsenal blew the Premier League title race wide open as leaders Manchester United were deservedly beaten at the Emirates Stadium.
Aaron Ramsey's winner early in the second half condemned United to defeat and leaves them only three points ahead of Chelsea with identical goal difference - and a meeting between the two to come at Old Trafford next Sunday.

Forced to rebuild his promising career after suffering a broken leg, Ramsey made the most of a chance to deputise for injured captain Cesc Fabregas with a goal that will have been met with almost as much joy at Stamford Bridge as it was in front of Arsenal's fans.

Tottenham and Sunderland are going head-to-head in a £12m battle to land star Lorient striker Kevin Gameiro.

Arsenal and Liverpool could be priced out of a bid for Paris Saint-Germain centre-back Mamadou Sakho after a £20m price tag was put on his head.Full story: Daily Mail

QPR boss Neil Warnock wants to sign Rangers and Algeria World Cup centre-half Madjid Bougherra, as the Loftus Road club prepare for life in the Premier League.Full story: Daily Mirror

Former Chelsea boss Claudio Ranieri has turned down the manager's job at Spartak Moscow as he awaits offers from the Premier League.Full story: Daily Mirror

Birmingham manager Alex McLeish has criticised Blues midfielder Craig Gardner for his sending-off against Wolves.

Bolton striker Kevin Davies has become the latest Premier League player to quit Twitter after he and his wife Emma received abusive messages.Full story: Daily Mail

Milan close in on Serie A crown
Massimiliano Allegri's Milan side are on the cusp of claiming the Italian crown after defeating Bologna 1-0 thanks to a goal from Mathieu Flamini early on

Iniesta could be fit for Real Madrid

Barcelona star Andres Iniesta has returned to training, leading to reports that the midfielder could be back in action for the final Clasico of the season on Tuesday night

Liverpool cruise to Newcastle victory

Kenny Dalglish's revolution at Liverpool continued on Sunday afternoon, when the Reds ran out easy 3-0 winners over Newcastle thanks to goals from Rodriguez, Kuyt and Suarez


Habari hii imeandikiwa kutoka vyanzo mbalimbali vya habari.

WASHINGTON — Osama bin Laden has been killed, two United States officials said. President Obama was expected to make an announcement on Sunday night, almost ten years after the September 11 attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon.

One of the officials said that American forces, acting on intelligence, launched a “targeted assault” that killed Mr. Bin Laden, whose ability to elude capture for so long deeply frustrated the Bush administration.
The news of the death of the leader of Al Qaeda was bound to electrify the world, particularly as it comes a full decade after American forces, under President Bush, launched their all-out assault to find the man responsible for the Sept. 11 attacks. Osama bin Laden, hunted as the mastermind behind the worst-ever terrorist attack on U.S. soil, has been killed, President Obama announced tonight.
Bin Laden was killed in a ground attack by Joint Special Operations Command forces working with the CIA on a compound in Pakistan, a national security source told ABC News.
The compound, described by some sources as a mansion, had been monitored for months. When the decision was made to move on it, special operations forces were sent across the border from Afghanistan to launch a ground attack and take the body.

DNA testing confirmed that it was bin Laden, sources told ABC News.
Vice President Biden briefed Republican congressional leaders this evening on the operation, which had been kept secret until shortly before the president's announcement tonight.
"This is a terrific day for America and quite frankly the whole world that cares about winning the war on terror," former Bush chief of staff Andy Card told ABC News. Card said the news is "particularly significant" for the intelligence community.
"They're the ones who kept their nose to the grindstone and worked very hard to allow this day to be realized ... finally," he said.
Unasadikiwa kuwa mwili wa Osama

His death brings to an end a tumultuous life that saw bin Laden go from being the carefree son of a Saudi billionaire, to terrorist leader and the most wanted man in the world.
Bin Laden created and funded the al Qaeda terror network, which was responsible for the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks on the United States. The Saudi exile had been a man on the run since the U.S.-led invasion of Afghanistan overthrew the ruling Taliban regime, which harbored bin Laden.
In a video filmed two months after the Sept. 11 attacks, bin Laden gloated about the attack, saying it had exceeded even his "optimistic" calculations.
AP Photo
Osama bin Laden is shown in this Dec. 24,...
"Our terrorism is against America. Our terrorism is a blessed terrorism to prevent the unjust person from committing injustice and to stop American support for Israel, which kills our sons," he said in the video.
Long before the Sept. 11 attacks, bin Laden was known as an enemy of the United States. He was suspected of playing large roles in the 1998 bombings of two U.S. Embassies in Africa and the attack on the USS Cole in the Yemeni port of Aden in October 2000.
In addition, authorities say bin Laden and his al Qaeda network were involved in previous attacks against U.S. interests -- including the 1993 World Trade Center bombing, failed plots to kill President Clinton and the pope, and attacks on U.S. troops in Saudi Arabia and Somalia.
Bin Laden also used his millions to bankroll terrorist training camps in Sudan, the Philippines and Afghanistan, sending "holy warriors" to foment revolution and fight with fundamentalist Muslim forces across North Africa, in Chechnya, Tajikistan and Bosnia.
Until the capture of one of his top al Qaeda lieutenants in March 2003, there had been no confirmation of his whereabouts -- or even that he was still alive -- since late 2001, when he appeared in a series of videotapes later released to news organizations.
In recent years, several audio recordings of bin Laden have been authenticated by U.S. officials and made public. In an 18-minute videotape weeks before the 2004 U.S. presidential election, bin Laden threatened fresh attacks on the United States as well as his intent to push America into bankruptcy.

Young Man With a Privileged Life
Born in 1957, bin Laden was a son of Saudi Arabia's wealthiest construction magnate. Saudi sources remembered him as a typical young man whose intense religiosity began to emerge as he grew fascinated with the ancient mosques of Mecca and Medina, which his family's company was involved in rebuilding.
Bin Laden attended schools in Jedda, Saudi Arabia, and was encouraged to marry early, at the age of 17, to a Syrian girl and family relation. She was to be the first of several wives. He attended King Abdul-Aziz University and was slated to join the family business. He soon chose a different path, however.
Former classmates of bin Laden recall him as a frequent patron of nightclubs, who drank and caroused with his Saudi royalty cohorts. Yet it was also at the university that bin Laden met the Muslim fundamentalist Sheik Abdullah Azzam, perhaps his first teacher of religious politics and his earliest radical influence.