RC Kunenge made the call on Monday when speaking at the official launch of the ‘One Stop Jawabu’ campaign, which aimed at addressing people’s problems under one roof.
The launch of the campaign goes hand in hand with the seven-day exhibition at Zakiemu Mbagala grounds and later the platform will move to Mwembe Yanga grounds. The exhibitions brings on board all government’s departments at the district level.
“It is high time for you (leaders) to work closely with people at the grassroots level and address their problems,” he said, commending Temeke District authorities for coming up with that idea, which is in line with the government.
“I commend district officials for coming up with this initiative and you have interpreted the vision of President John Magufuli of providing services to vulnerable people in the society,” he said, urging other districts to emulate the same for quick development.
Temeke District Commissioner Godwin Gondwe said that the campaign is part of the implementation of RC’s directives on coming up with something practical that will address people hiccups.
For his part, Temeke Municipal executive director Lusubilo Mwakabibi described the One Stop Jawabu as a key platform for people to express their grievances and get answers instantly.
Under the ‘One Stop Jawabu’ people’s problems such as land related conflicts, national IDs, birth certificates, health insurance, banking services and water woes will be addressed.