President Samia launches six projects in Zanzibar

President Samia Suluhu Hassan launched six development projects in Unguja North, Zanzibar on Friday ahead of Kizimkazi Day celebrations.

The President’s visit in Zanzibar is part of her countrywide tour where she visited various regions in the mainland and launched other development projects there.

She launched a modern laboratory at Kizimkazi Secondary School and an examination hall worth 147m/- fully funded by Tanzania Social Action Fund (TASAF).

After the facility, the headmaster of the school, Rashid Awawi said that the school has a total of 142 students with classes from form one to form four where for this year a total of 27 students are expected to sit for their form four national exams 21 being females and six males.

President Samia also launched a Kizimkazi Savings and Credit Cooperative Societies (Saccos), Kizimkazi Police Station, Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM) office at Miwaileni and Kizimkazi Police Station.

On his part, the Minister for Home Affairs, Hamad Masauni said the Police Station was built by funds generated from levies.

At a launching ceremony of Tasani ward office, the President promised citizens that she will keep supporting them.

“I feel like I am indebted to this ward. I wouldn’t have been here if not the support you showed me. You are the ones who made me a Member of Parliament and from there I took off into politics reaching to where I am,” the President stated.

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