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Tanzania: Concerns mount as construction of girls’ schools delays

The Minister of State to the Office of the President, Regional Administration and Local Government, Mr. Innocent Bashungwa has expressed his dissatisfaction with the slow pace of construction of the secondary school for girls in Karagwe district.

He therefore asked the contractor to ensure that the project was completed before December 30 of this year.

The minister released the guidelines on Wednesday when he carried out a spot inspection of the project in Rwambaizi village, Karagwe district. The project is expected to cost 3 billion/- on completion.

Mr. Bashungwa, who is also an MP for Karagwe, explained that the project has reached 67%, so more efforts should be made to ensure it is completed before the December 30 deadline.

“President Samia Suluhu Hassan recently allocated 3 billion Euros for the construction of the government-owned Girls Secondary School. The contractor is expected to work day and night to complete the project at the agreed time to enable students to be enrolled in January next year,” he said. said.

He explained that all unfinished works comprising 16 classrooms, five dormitories and an administration block are to be completed as agreed.

Tanzania: Concerns mount as construction of girls’ schools delays

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