Monday, December 22, 2014

Tanzania Gets Ready For Christmas

Abdulaziz Momba / youthjournalism.org
The outside of the Kanisa La Kiinjili Kilutheri Tanzania Lutheran church in Mbeya, Tanzania.

By Abdulaziz Momba
Junior Reporter
Youth Journalism International
KIWIRA, Mbeya, Tanzania – Soon Christians around the world will celebrate Christmas Day.
Christians are taught that Jesus Christ was born on Christmas Day, December 25. 
In Tanzania, people are preparing for the holiday. Most people seem to be buying clothes, shoes, Christmas trees, drinks and food.
For Christmas, people like to eat rice and boiled or roasted chicken or beef, bananas and soft drinks like Coca Cola and Pepsi.
Normally, people spend a lot of money from their salaries to make sure that the preparations go well.

Abdulaziz Momba / youthjournalism.org
Another view of the exterior of the Kanisa 
La Kiinjili Kilutheri Tanzania Lutheran 
church in Mbeya.
But the rise in the price of goods and services can cause a problem. There might be an increase of about 3 percent more than at other times of the year because every businessman wants to make as much profit as possible at Christmas.
Every year, because of an increase in crime at Christmas, the Tanzanian government makes sure that peace and security are maintained around the country.
Abdulaziz Momba / youthjournalism.org
An altar inside the church, decorated for Christmas.
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