Central Committee Member, Kassim Majaliwa, addressing the people of Nyamswa Ward, Bunda District, at a campaign rally, held in Komon’gwe
Central Committee Member, Kassim Majaliwa, addressing the people of Butiana, at a campaign rally, September 19, 2020. (Photo by PM’s Office)
MEMBER of the Central Committee of the National Executive Committee of the Revolutionary Party (CCM), Kassim Majaliwa has called on Tanzanians to elect leaders who preach peace as one of the values of this Nation.
He made the call last evening (Friday, September 18, 2020) while addressing residents of Bunda Stoo ward, Bunda district, Mara region at a meeting held at Miembeni Primary School grounds.
He was praying for a presidential candidate for the CCM ticket, Dr. John Pombe Magufuli, Bunda Urban constituency parliamentary candidate, Mr. Robert Chacha Maboto, Bunda Stoo ward councilor candidate, Mr. Joseph Nyamangoko and 13 other Bunda district councilor candidates who were present at the meeting.
Mr. Majaliwa said it is important for the people to choose a party that will protect the peace of this country. “The peace of this country is beginning to be seen by the leaders themselves when they come to ask for your consent. I have no doubt you have begun to see and learn which leader will bring peace to this country.”
He said that the Revolutionary Party is seeking the consent of Tanzanians for the fifth term of the second term to make Tanzania peaceful and continue to be a refuge for insecure countries.
Mr. Majaliwa added that it is important to find a leader who will bring peace, development, reform, love Tanzanians and all the weak; “And now it’s President Dr. John Magufuli who can do that, ”he stressed.
Mr. Majaliwa said that President Dr. Magufuli, recognizing the importance of the livestock and agriculture sector, decided to leave 920 of the 970 villages to continue grazing and agricultural activities in protected areas and a 500 meter protection area.
Elaborating on the achievements made in the education sector in the implementation of the CCM Manifesto for 2015-2020, Mr. Majaliwa said shs. 4.9 billion was provided to the district’s 100 primary schools for rehabilitation, administrative matters, sports, examinations and allowances for county education officers and head teachers.
“At your secondary schools here in Bunda, 1.8 billion shillings was provided to 17 schools for fee compensation, food for boarding schools and power allowances for school principals.”
Explaining the Lipa Due to Results (EP4R) school infrastructure improvement system implemented from 2015 to 2020, Mr. Majaliwa said shs. 364.2 million was provided for the completion of classroom, toilet and housing infrastructure.
He named the schools that benefited from the improvements as Ikizu, Busore, Bigegu, Haruzale, Tingirima, Karukekere A, Rakana, Bunyunyi, Kasuguti, Nyabuzame, Kiloleri, Ibwagalilo and Nyamitwebili primary schools.
“Secondary schools were provided with 667 million shillings for the renovation and construction of school infrastructure including laboratories, classrooms, dormitories and toilets for Makongoro, Mwibara, Bulamba, Chisorya, Nyamag’uta, Hunyari, Nyeruma, Esperanto and Mwigundu schools,” he said.
In the road sector, Mr. Majaliwa said Bunda district has been given shs. 46.5 billion which is used to build km. 56.4 of Nyamuswa – Bunda – Bulamba road at asphalt level as the first phase.
He said another amount of shs. 2.9 billion has been spent on road repairs, bridges and caravans and routine maintenance