Ngara District vows to protect strategic Nickel project

NGARA District Council has pledged to protect and ensure the strategic Nickel project operated by Tembo Nickel progresses as planned for the benefit of the nation.

The commitment was made by Ngara District Commissioner Colonel Mathias Kahabi, at the launch of the Relocation Working Group (RWG), which took place in Rulenge Ward over the weekend.

Col Kahabi, who was represented at the event by Nyamihaga Division Officer, Dadley Baham said the nickel project was a strategic one for the country and will bring great benefit to the economy in the near future.

“The main emphasis for this important group is honesty and integrity. Tembo Nickel and the government have a special partnership, so in order to manage any bad elements that may seek to delay this project, the government is pledging its full protection and support, to guard its share and that of the investor.

In the words of our District Commissioner, it is imperative that we guard this project fiercely” he said

He urged village leaders and councilors to ensure that they are the bridge to educate the community on all the necessary issues including the ongoing land and asset survey and valuations.

“The duty of the RWG is to make sure that you educate and clarify any misconceptions and that you send the correct message to the community. You are the chosen representatives, which mean that you are the trusted ones in your communities to be honest, and impartial.

Our responsibility is to ensure that justice prevails, which means no one will be treated unfairly throughout the relocation exercise,” he added

On the part of Tembo Nickel Occupational Health and Safety Manager Dr Kudra Mfaume, who was representing Country Manager Benedict Busunzu, said the main aim of the project is to deliver the milestones in cooperation with all stakeholders to realise the plan of opening the mine in the first quarter of 2026.

He added that before the operations can start it is necessary to relocate communities and that Tembo Nickel is carrying out this exercise in compliance with Tanzanian legal requirements as well as IFC standards.

He said the launch of the RWG is another milestone in the project timeline and it is a platform for dialogue on how best to relocate communities in the project area.

He emphasized that by taking into account the Tanzanian legal requirements and additional IFC standards which are even more stringent, the company seeks to ensure that every citizen that is to be compensated, is given their fair dues.

The cut off date marking the end of permanent development in the project area was announced on July 18th this year.

‘’ Satellite pictures were taken upon announcement of the cut off date and so the records are clear and only those who qualify for compensation will be considered,” he emphasized.

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