Clear work within 10 days, contractors ordered

RUVUMA: MBINGA Town Council chairperson, Kelvin Mapunda, has issued a 10-day ultimatum to local contractors, who are implementing carryover projects in the area, to complete the work accurately.

Mr Mapunda issued the ultimatum on January 29, this year, and will expire on or before February 8, 2024.

During his tour of six carryover projects worth 232m/-, Mr Mapunda noted their values, which are as follows: the construction of three classrooms at Mbinga Primary School (60m/-), two classrooms at Mateka Primary School (40m/-), and two classrooms at Myangayanga (40m/-).

The list of projects also includes the construction of a new primary school in Lusewa, which will have two classrooms and one office (26m/-), two classrooms at Beruma Primary School in the Betherehemu Ward (26m/-), and two classrooms at Utiri Primary School (40m/-).

“The sixth phase regime under President Dr Samia Suluhu Hassan has released funds for these projects. In return, we need to perform our duties properly to ensure that the projects are completed on time and with high quality,” Mr Mapunda emphasised.

He commended Dr Samia for her efforts to bring social services closer to the residents of Mbinga Town Council.

Betherehemu Councillor, Mr Amanyisye Ngonepo, expressed gratitude, saying, “We are so grateful for the way the government is treating us, and we will make sure that every cent provided is spent as intended.”

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