PRIME Minister Kassim Majaliwa has congratulated the Ministry of Culture, Arts and Sports for creating the Sensabika Concert with aim to encourage people’s participation in the population and housing census that starts today.
Majaliwa conveyed this yesterday in Dar es Salaam during the concert through a video conference when speaking to Tanzanians who watched on their televisions and those who were in the Sensabika concert.
“I congratulate the Ministry of Culture, Arts and Sports without forgetting various stakeholders for creating this good kind of motivation for Tanzanians to participate in the population and housing census that starts tomorrow,” he said.
Majaliwa added the whole preparation exercise for Census has already been completed, so everyone should now be ready with their household to be counted.
He also thanked President Samia Suluhu Hassan for agreeing and deciding that the day of the census, August 23, 2022, will be a holiday to enable all Tanzanians to organise themselves properly to participate fully.
Tanzania is ready to conduct its 6th population and housing census today which is also a public holiday.
He also thanked all those who have been part of the SensaBika campaign saying it is now time to finish it with a big event at the Leaders Club.
Also, the Prime Minister has called on Tanzanians to come forward and participate in the counting as well as to provide correct information so that they can help the government to get true-to-life statistics.
But, he has also asked the census clerks to use good language when collecting the data to help facilitate the entire census exercise.
During the concert over 50 artists performed on stage yesterday and they truly brightened concert.
Notable artists who performed yesterday are Marioo, Barnaba, Chege, Young Dee, Mrisho Mpoto, Saraphina, Kassim Mganga, Khadija Kopa, TID, Hamadai, Man Fongo, Candle, Ruby, Dula Makabila and Mzee Yusuph.
Others who performed were Msondo Ngoma, Twanga Pepeta, Zanzibar Nyuki Jazz Band, Muhogo Mchungu, Tunaweza Music Band and a lot more.