The 100 Weapons for a Leader
AuthorPius B. Ngeze
- PublisherTanzania Educational Publishers Ltd
“In the year 1983, when I was the Kagera Regional CCM Chairman, I compared politics to a football match between two famous and rival football clubs, namely, Yanga and Simba. Today, I would like to inform you that when you become an appointed, selected or elected leader, all the time you are at war. People who are fighting you are some of those whom you don’t lead, or/ and some of those under your leadership, who fight (you) to remove you from leadership. They do so by dirtying you, by making a mould of a small issue to be a mountain so that people can see it. You are at war with some of your fellow leaders whom you eat and drink together, because of their own reasons, so that one of them may occupy your position in the next election or in the next period or even before your period of leadership expires, by your leadership being terminated. You are at war with some of the government executives or even fellow politicians who are unhappy with your speed of delivering services and because your leadership performance is threatening their interests. You are at war with some of those who voted you to office and those who did not vote for you by accusing you that you are not performing to their expectations in your leadership. To them, even if you are performing well, they will never see any good thing in you. You are also at war with some people, who even if you are delivering superbly, they will never acknowledge so, always they see no good in you due to the way they see issues and analyse them.
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