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Samia’s focus on economic diplomacy to strengthen the economy

In Rombo, opportunities opened up, businesses began to develop, improving the well-being of the inhabitants

TEL AVIV, Israel, November 16, 2021 / APO Group / –

Agriculture Minister Professor Adolf Mkenda said that the economic diplomacy that President Samia Suluhu Hassan continues to pursue contributes to improving the standard of living of the people and the economy as a whole. Professor Mkenda said this Monday at a special training seminar for government officials and government officials Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM) at the village level of Rombo district, Kilimanjaro region.

“One of the great things President Samia has done and continues to do is build the country’s economic diplomacy which has already started to bear fruit,” he said. Citing an example, Prof Mkenda said that when President Samia visited Kenya and met with Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta, their meeting opened up many business opportunities that benefited both countries. “Even here in Rombo, opportunities opened up, businesses started to expand, improving the well-being of residents as well as government revenue through various taxes,” he said.

In addition, Professor Mkenda, who is an MP for Rombo constituency, said that another important task that President Samia continues to perform is to ensure that peace in the country continues to prevail. “As we celebrate the 60th anniversary of the independence of mainland Tanzania, one of President Samia’s achievements is to keep the peace in our country, which has been our tradition from time immemorial; a peace that cannot be found anywhere else in Africa, ”he said. added.

“For us who are her assistants, including you the village chiefs, we have a responsibility to address the achievements of the president and his government because she cannot speak for herself,” he said. . He added: “It is important that citizens at all levels, especially those at the grassroots, know the good work that the president is doing in collaboration with her collaborators”. In addition, Professor Mkenda called on Tanzanians, especially the citizens of Rombo district, to ensure that they work together to secure peace in the country, as this is the most important factor in building Tanzania.

Opening the seminar, the regional commissioner of Kilimanjaro, Mr. Stephen Kagaigai, called on the leaders to assume their responsibilities, including, according to him, that of supervising the implementation of development projects in their regions. “The projects implemented are the promises made by the president and her party through the CCM’s Electoral Manifesto and which have turned into an agreement that must be implemented,” he noted.

“In order to implement the agreement, the government has prepared a five-year plan which will be implemented through the national budget; you, the village chiefs, have the responsibility to oversee the implementation of this agreement for the development of the nation and its citizens, ”he said.

In his presentation to the seminar, the Kilimanjaro Regional Administrative Secretary, Dr Seif Shekalaghe urged the seminar participants to ensure that they serve people regardless of their living conditions, as they depend on the government in which they have confidence. “It is a serious offense for a leader or official of any level to despise or despise a citizen who has gone to seek government services,” he said, adding: “It is the duty to any official to devote himself to the State by providing services to the people, whatever their ideologies “.

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