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Comments: 10
  • #10

    Deo Sebastian (Tuesday, 21 December 2010 23:44)

    Hongera. Ni site nzuri. Pls keep it up

  • #9

    Ugwandumi (Thursday, 09 September 2010 12:11)

    Indeed it is a well done job, You deserve a lot of congratulations. It is a place where if wisely used the poverty eradication task to the people of Kyela will simplified. Do the govervnment Officials see these potentials or just lying on donnors shoulders and keep crying for grants, grants, grants. Shame on us, WHY POOR?

  • #8

    pokegirl (Sunday, 13 June 2010 11:02)

    YAY FOR NATURE! FINALY A PLACE THAT HAS MORE NATURE THAN STUPID TRENDS AND CITIES! Wait, is there Pokemon in that country? If there is... well... YA! I WANT TO GO THERE EVEN MORE!

  • #7

    pokegirl (Sunday, 13 June 2010 10:57)

    I am shocked! How did you get those pretty pictures? I want those!

  • #6

    Subi (Thursday, 11 February 2010 20:41)

    Great site and a lot of very useful information. Thx for keeping it alive!

  • #5

    Kasenyenda Agenda Endelevu (Saturday, 14 November 2009 05:42)

    Kaka Newton, well done. Gongrats. Mbombo nunu fijo iji mukubhomba mwe tunnya mweeee. Kyala abhatule fijo. Tulitwesa munyiputo.

    Lingson
    Gwa Nkaja

  • #4

    Ndeanka Nsa Caleb (Wednesday, 09 September 2009 04:41)

    My compliments for the great job you and your team are doing to expose the hidden natural attractions of beloved district to the world. I still find it hard to fathom the reasons why our region despite of all its God given richness in natural resources still lag behind other region such as Arusha. Deliberate steps must be taken by us the natives of Mbeya to see to it that our region is elevated to it’s rightfully place.

    Keep up the good work.

    Ndeanka Nsa Caleb

  • #3

    Maka Mwamwaja (Saturday, 04 April 2009 06:33)

    Brilliant! Wishing you well with this wonderful venture.

  • #2

    Baraka Mwakasoke (Monday, 21 January 2008)

    CONGRATULATION,GIVE UP

  • #1

    Mtage (Friday, 02 November 2007)

    Bravo to the Director. This web might open access of Kyela beauty to Tanzanians and the World. I suggest you capture the scene of lake Nyasa on the foot of Mt Livingstone, It is rare sight and very beautiful to those enjoying the beauty of nature.

    I have been to Mwalalo water falls, That was one of great things to happen in my life.

    Thank you Newton

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