Shabiby calls on Morogoro traders to be more creative and work hard

03Jan 2022
Michael Sikapundwa
Morogoro
The Guardian
Shabiby calls on Morogoro traders to be more creative and work hard

GAIRO MP Ahmed Shabiby has called on Morogoro traders to be more creative and work hard so as to expand their capital and incomes and thus contribute well to the country's development.

GAIRO MP, Ahmed Shabiby

Shabiby made the call yesterday when addressing residents at Kola cemetery, shortly after the burial ceremony of a popular businessman—Omary Awadh who died over the weekend in South Africa.

The MP said creativity and hard work was the only secret to his success." I have managed to own a stable company, trucks and employed not only Morogoro residents but others from outside the region because I was determined and stood firm to achieve my dreams,” he said.

Shabiby cited the late tycoon Omary as one of the people who worked hard to achieve goals working both on the farm and his businesses.

Hamady Islam, the Young African soccer club team’s spokesman in Morogoro region, insisted on a unit among young people saying that the late Omary succeeded to unite people regardless of their economic status.

“I call upon Morogoro fans to have a culture of visiting soccer veterans who those days played in big teams as a red star, Mseto, Shujaa sports clubs that teams produced famous strikers who nowadays are technical team bench officials, young African team management here in Morogoro region have scheduled that culture of visiting veterans as to share experience and even supporting them because some of them are seriously sick,” he said.

Mbaraka Abdallah, one of the family members promised Morogoro residents that they will maintain the love and hardworking spirit of their late father which include the spirit of sharing and uniting people.