These components are
- Culture and history.
- A country is an area of land that has boundaries and is under the control of a government, sovereignty is the freedom that a country has governed itself. This means that there is no external power that controls that country. e.g Tanzania.
- SOVEREIGNTY Is the authority of a state to govern itself or another state
3. Government: Refers to the selected or elected group of people who are responsible for controlling a country or state. In other words, the government is the body of people which administers the state and maintains law and order. The government has the power and authority to control and direct people’s activities within its territory. In Tanzania, we use the republic system of government. This means that the country is headed by a president and political leaders elected by the people.
4. People: Refers to the person who belongs to a particular country. In 2012 the population of Tanzania was estimated to be 47,445,392 people. The Tanzania people have their own central government national language common culture and history. The people in a nation must live peacefully. Solve their problems and develop their nation.
5. Language: This is the system of communication mostly in speech and writing that is used by the people of a particular society. Tanzania has more than 130 tribes that speak their tribal language but the national language is Swahili. A national language such as Swahili.
6. Culture: Refers to the customs and beliefs of a particular group of people. It also includes the people’s art way of life and social organization.
7. History: Refer to the past events that occurred in the development of a nation. Tanzania as a nation has a long history that includes events from pre-colonial and post-colonial times.