Sunday, October 31, 2010

Cup of Tea and a Biscuit.

Okay, the polls are closed. Footage is starting to loop on the TV stations and the anchors are having a tough time keeping the conversation going while the votes get counted. Perfect time to sit down with a cup of tea, turn on Idhaa ya Kiswahili and read a bodice-ripper while waiting for the results. I figure nothing concrete will come together before 8 pm at the earliest.

Chadema is going to take the urbanities, CUF is taking Zanzibar. Rural Tanzania is, as always, going to be the recourse of CCM. And my main man Jay Kay (whose valet is evidently on holiday) might be relieved to be done with the campaign but tomorrow isn't going to be as much fun as 2005 was.


  1. that is a painful video to watch on many levels. there is apparently no relationship beyond the obligatory photo op with "mama"

  2. hello jetsetter :)

    "Wife! Wife? Come hither, woman. We shall now photo-op for the press. No, don't hold my hand you sweaty thing."

    Tanzanian presidents are such sentimental guys. heh.


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