Subject: Re: Sympathy Message
Date: Friday, June 28, 2002 1:26 AM
From: Lameck Masembejo <masembejo@yahoo.com>
To: n'Detenga n'Gurumo <gurumo@mindspring.com>
Cc: <smpmoshi@kilinet.co.tz>

Dear n'Detenga,

I acknowledge with thanks receipt of your e-mail message dated 25 June 2002.

I am personally very thankful for for your message of sympathy following the recent horrible train wreck near Dodoma in Central Tanzania. It was indeed the worst train accident in the history of our nation. Incidentally, it occured when we had barely forgoten the tragic mining incident and the death of footbal players of a local village team in neighbouring Arusha Region.

Thank God our beloved brothers and sisters from your beautiful city have come forward to console us at this moment of grief. May I assure you that none of my immediate family members was affected in all the three incidences.

Kindly convey my personal and family best regards to Calowise, other members of your family and the friends I met in Delray Beach.

Thanking you so much for your condolences.

Yours truly,

Lameck M. Masembejo
SECRETARY
MOSHI SISTER CITY RELATIONS COMMITTEE


n'Detenga n'Gurumo <gurumo@mindspring.com> wrote:
Bwana Lemeck:

I was deeply sadden by the news of the the horrible train wreck and the many people who lost their lives, including the large number of people who were injured in route from Dar-es Salaam to Dodoma. Our prayers go out to the people of Tanzania. It was a shocking event also to read about the mining incident near Arusha. I pray that none of your immediate family members were directly effected. We in Delray are always disturbed to hear of any bad news for our beloved Tanzanians brothers and sisters.

Again we miss all of your presence here in Delray Beach. Onesimo was the last to leave, and the true vacuum of your presence set into our system of thinking.

Give my regards to all of your family and all the friends we have established through our recent visits. Keep up with the Tanzanian Committee by visiting my web site <http://www.dsctanzania.org>.

Respectfully,
n’Detenga n’Gurumo