Tanganyika DC urges protection of infrastructures

TANGANYIKA District Commissioner (DC) in Katavi Region, Onesmo Buswelu has appealed to the public to continue protecting infrastructures built in projects undertaken in the area.

Mr Buswelu applauded the government under President Samia Suluhu Hassan for allocating 131bn/- for the implementation of various infrastructure projects in health, agriculture, education, water and road sectors.

He made the remarks recently, when he was presenting report on the implementation of CCM Election Manifesto (2021-2025) during the period of 2021-2023 fiscal years until March this year

“On behalf of all Rukwa citizens, I humbly commend the government for allocating a total of 131bn/- for improvement various projects in the district including agriculture, education, health, water road infrastructures.

Our council successfully completed the construction of 196 classrooms out which 127 classrooms in primary schools and 69 classrooms in secondary schools through Tanzania Covid -19 Socioeconomic Response Plan (TCRP),” he said.

He further commended the senior civil servants for teaming up with ward councillors to accomplish the noble task, urging them to keep up the excellent work.

As part of the government’s commitment to continue improving water supply, especially in rural settings, the government has recently allocated over 6.4bn/- for the constructions of 15 water projects which upon completion will benefit 22 villages in the precinct.

“Each of us has a duty to support the government in the implementation of the projects,” he noted.

He further explained that the government has a plan to construct VETA College at Majalila village whose implementation is scheduled for April this year.

The DC went ahead to explain that the government has disbursed some 1.07bn/- for rehabilitation section of vikonge -Lukafye  25 kms – road as well as feasibility study on Kagwira- Ikola- Karema road spanning to 12 kms  whose study  has reached 95 per cent of completion.

“Budget of Tarura has increased by 259 per cent from 641m/- in 2020/2021 financial year to 4.1bn/- in 2022/23 financial year” added the DC.

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