TARURA commended for renovating damaged roads

23May 2020
By Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
TARURA commended for renovating damaged roads

​​​​​​​TANZANIA Rural and Urban Roads Agency has continued to restore road communications in various areas in the country that had been destroyed by rains.

For Dodoma and Manyara regions, communication continues to be restored in Babati, Mbulu and Kondoa districts.

TARURA Manager for Babati District Eng said Mikongomi said already communication has been restored in various areas and people were continuing with their economic activities.

A resident of Mafuta area in Babati said people had great difficulties when crossing the Masware Bridge after its embankment collapsed but as of now it is rectified and now people can cross without difficulties.

In Mbulu District road communication has already been restored and people are moving about without hardships.

Mbulu District Executive Director (DED) Hudson Kamoga said in special interviews that the areas of the roads that had been destroyed by rains are now passable.

He said work done by TARURA has greatly assisted the people as TARURA experts have been arriving promptly whenever a challenge comes up.

“I take this opportunity to congratulate President John Magufuli and his government in general for establishing TARURA as they never delay whenever a road becomes impassable due to rains,” he said.

TARURA Manager for Mbulu District Eng Nuru Hondo said work in restoring road communication in the district continues and already many areas are now reachable by road.

In Kondoa District, Dodoma Region, road communication has already been restored whereas the Kalamba bridge has already been repaired and people are now using it without difficulties.

Speaking in a special interview TARURA Manager for Kondoa District Eng Goodluck Mbanga said the rains had cut off communications at Kalamba bridge but now it is already repaired.