During the closure of the 39th summit of the bloc yesterday in Dar es Salaam, Puma Energy executive director Dominic Dhanah also commended the move taken by SADC to declare Kiswahili as its fourth official language after English, French and Portuguese.
According to him, President Magufuli has showed how eager he is to take the bloc to great lengths as it was yet to tap the full potentials of its vast resources.
Dhanah assured that the company is going to support the efforts to make sure that they are attained especially in the energy sector.
“Puma Energy has offices in 13 SDC member states, so we hope that by having human resources in those countries we are going to support initiatives and help steer the region to an accelerated growth,” he said
According to him, Puma Energy has contributed 300m/- to support the 39th summit vowing to continue working closely with the government towards making Tanzania an industrial economy.
“The company is also prepared to provide to the government profit dividends reaching 11bn/- in the year 2018/19 from the previous 8bn/- issued in 2017/18.” He added