LONG gone are the days where you could just say and do stuff in Tanzania. These days one wrong word and you may lose whatever position you hold in society. One minute you are, and the next you are not.
I called a lawyer friend of mine to find out if there is any possibility of the government revoking any of the titles I hold dear like for instance; daughter, mother, sister and my dearest, granddaughter.
I dunno, you can say I’m overreacting but I’m so over-the-top paranoid with everything that is going on right now. One wrong move and the director of communications at the “formal” house will issue a letter annulling my appointment as my parent’s daughter and I really wouldn’t know what to do with myself.
And I’ve said this before, it is all fun and games until your life is turned upside down after the director of communications at the “formal” house issues a letter revoking your position.
For reasons that life induced on me, I was offline for a good chunk of the week. I came back to “civilization” and found so much had happened that, I had to sit down to catch up.
It was sort of like walking into a discussion 4 hours in and listening hard, trying to catch on to what had already been said without asking questions and letting everyone know that I was, indeed, not in the loop. A man has been remanded for as they put it, “failure to assist the police with an on-going investigation as well as failure to register a website in Tanzania.
” I’m still trying to wrap my head around the fact that you can go to jail for not registering a website as a –dot.tz.
Coincidentally, you can also go to jail for dealing drugs and money laundering but very few have. I think what bothers me more than this is that anything you say and do will be held against you and you will suffer. The film is turning out to be a horror flick and none of us were prepared. I actually don’t like horror films.