Utilise economic potentials along highways, Tabora residents urged

09Jan 2020
Correspondent
Bukoba
The Guardian
Utilise economic potentials along highways, Tabora residents urged

SECRETARY General of the ruling CCM, Dr Bashiru Ally has urged Tabora region residents to utilize immensely all opportunities available along highways so as to improve their income.

Dr Bashiru Ally

According to him, most of the residents are yet to utilise economic potentials available in the region as other regions are doing.

In his meeting with new elected leaders in local government here, Dr Bashiru wanted the residents to wake up and make good use of every opportunity ahead of them.

“In other regions like Singida, when passing through you can see people arranging and showcasing their products along the road, but I haven’t seen this in Tabora, this means that you are still very slow to catch opportunities,” he noted.

He said that due to various investments done by the government, residents should prepare themselves of big changes in economy.

Dr Bashiru said the government is doing its best in ensuring people’s economy is rising so the residents also have a role to compliment the government’s efforts by engaging in income generating activities.

“The government has done a lot which include building and rehabilitating infrastructures, improved transport in Lake Victoria and improved power supply,” he noted

He also wanted the residents in Lake Zone to utilize MV Victoria which is expected to commence its schedule soon. “Traders, this is your chance to transport more cargo.”

He applauded the new elected leaders urging them to work hard and use most of their time to solve people’s challenges for the betterment of the country.

Dr Bashiru further said that CCM will continue running good politics without hate, discrimination and any kind of violence as it serves for the interest of all Tanzanians.

Constancia Buhiye, CCM regional chairperson promised Dr Bashiru that the party is well prepared to ensure that it takes more seats in the forthcoming general election.