Speaking at the AICC meeting with stakeholders, mostly residential tenants, the AICC Managing Director, Elishilia Kaaya said the Centre is committed to improve and modernize its facilities to the client’s satisfaction.
“We are planning to undertake major renovations and routine preventive maintenance of estates including fixing solar panel lights in most of the roads within the Kaloleni and Kijenge estates” said Kaaya.
Kaaya also noted that already 16 residential units have been re-roofed in the last financial year and plans were afoot to renovate 32 units, saying this renovation is over and above the routine maintenance.
He said starting from next month, a contractor, will be on site to renovate the storm water channel crossing the estate at Kaloleni which caused flooding recently due to construction of Namanga Arusha Moshi Highway.
The construction of the high way re-directed the storm water channels to the AICC estate in Kaloleni instead of the earlier direction to Naura spring causing flooding at Kaloleni estate especially for the housing units near the Soweto Club.
Kaaya said the organization is also planning to construct a new outpatient department unit at the AICC hospital facilities in a move to reduce the congestions at peak hours and improve service delivery to outpatients.
The AICC also briefed journalists of a future plan to construct a state of the art Mount Kilimanjaro International convention Centre which will have different halls and conference facilities including a hall with a capacity of 3000 delegates.
The AICC MD also noted that his organization will continue to participant and support in the Corporate social responsibility, a move he said makes his institutions in touch with the needy communities.