Just back after a trip around Lakje Victoria. Not too much online, because internet is not available in most places i visited. Visisted Bukoba in Tanzania and expected ‘hotspot’, like Zanzibar, for the upcoming elections on the 30th of october. Security measures are taken at the moment and the talk of the day in the kahawa’s, small open air spaces where men talk about politics and the latest news while enjoying a small cup of strong coffee (kahawa in local spoken Swahili-language) is what is gonna happen in the unlikely case of a CCM victory (ruling party in Tanzania). According to the CUF (opposition party) CCM cannot win because CUF has an expected 75 percent of the votes. The ruling party denies and predicts a tsunami-victory in Bukoba. Preparing different reports at the moment.
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