Unguja North RC woos investors

ZANZIBAR : THE Regional Commissioner (RC) for Unguja North Mr Ayoub Mohamed Mahmoud has called upon local and foreign investors to take advantage of the improved investment climate in Zanzibar by investing in various sectors.

He said that the Zanzibar government has been working hard to ensure investors operate in smooth environment and that opportunities in Unguja North Region include tourism, industry and road infrastructure that will push forward the development of Isles.

Briefing journalists on investment opportunities in his region, Mr Mahmoud said: “I invite and encourage local and foreign investors to come. Investing in North Unguja is a sound business decision and a sustainable strategy, security is guaranteed.”

The RC said the ongoing reforms undertaken by the isle’s government under the administration of President Hussein Ali Mwinyi have made Zanzibar a better investment destination.

“So far the government has put in place concrete measures to ensure progress and change in various sectors including health, education, tourism and even light industries for processing products such as seaweed,” he said, expounding that the projects have led to job creation for youths.

The media briefing also follows the RC’s four-day inspection visit to various development projects implemented or under progress in the region (North A and North B districts), including education, health, clean and safe water and roads development.

Mr Ayoub and his team also visited some planned factories, airport, public buildings such as police, entrepreneurs, agriculture and poultry farming project.

“We visited 36 out of the 38 projects, equivalent to 95 per cent of the target, the implementation rate of the projects is good,” he said.

He said there are many things that have been done in the education sector including construction of storey blocks for classrooms, hostel and offices, while the health sector has also progressed well by construction and upgrading of facilities.

The RC said as far as water availability is concerned, many areas which had water problems such as Tumbatu and Bumbwini, the people will soon have reliable provision of water as two water reserve tanks have been constructed, while road developments in the region is also commendable.

“We also inspected the site for the multipurpose seaport at the Mangapwani to be used for heavy duty cargo including Oil and gas and we also visited the sugar factory to find out how production can be increased,” said Mr Ayoub.

He said there are many benefits to be gained after the more than 211bn/- projects are completed, including the improvement of roads infrastructure that will ease transportation of crops, fish, tourists and the development also helps to reduce poverty through jobs opportunities.

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