Tanzania successfully manages its own resources, says PM

KATAVI: PRIME Minister Kassim Majaliwa on Sunday said Tanzanians should continue trusting the ruling party CCM as it has always been fostering unity in order to achieve the country’s socio-political and economic self-reliance.

“Our nation under the CCM successfully manages its own resources to bringing notable economic and social development to its people. Those developments can be evidenced by looking at the great progress made on improving the citizens’ livelihood in various sectors,” Mr Majaliwa said.

At his capacity as the CCM Central Committee (CC) member, Mr Majaliwa said the party has been bringing all people together, to enhancing peace, harmony and understanding. He said this while addressing a public rally at Mizengo Pinda Secondary School in Kavuu Constituency-Katavi Region.

Highlighting the party progress, he described President Dr Samia Suluhu Hassan as the visionary leader who fully executes the CCM’s Election Manifesto of 2020/2025, which intends to facilitate the citizens’ prosperity.

He said since March 2021, when Dr Samia assumed office, she has maintained implementation of all major strategic development projects in line with the party’s manifesto.

He mentioned the few examples of the notable multibillion projects as the Julius Nyerere Hydro Power Plant (JNHPP), the Standard Gauge Railway (SGR), the Kigongo Busisi Bridge and the state-of-the-art New Mwanza Hapa Kazi Tu Ship, which were all started by her Predecessor, the late Dr John Magafuli.

Furthermore, he said the president has been supervising the manifesto through running immense projects on improving health services delivery from district, region, zone to referral level. On top of that, he said Dr Samia has strengthened the economic diplomacy with other countries across the world in bid of growing the tourism and the trade sectors alongside marketing Kiswahili language.

Speaking earlier, the Kavuu’s Member of Parliament (MP), Mr Geoffrey Pinda, who also doubles as the Deputy Minister for Lands, Housing and Human Settlement Development said their constituency has implemented significantly the party’s manifesto, especially in health, education, and infrastructures development.

He said over 1.2bn/- has been disbursed by the government for free fee education and other 238m/- allocated for renovating schools in Kongwe.

For her part, Katavi Regional Commissioner (RC), Ms Mwanamvua Mrindoko said the region received 800bn/- for implementation of the diverse of projects.

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