21 November 2012

Tanzania: TBNC Advocates for Awareness On Smart Partneship Dialogue

THE Tanzania National Business Council (TNBC) has advocated for more public awareness on smart partnership dialogue from the grassroots level to achieve its intended goals.

The Council's Acting Executive Secretary, Mr Samson Chemponda, told journalists that the dialogue would make a big difference if majority of Tanzanians are fully involved to air their views.

"Smart partnership dialogue is a good guideline towards promoting the national economy," Mr Chemponda said shortly after the end of a special workshop organized by the council for all Regional Commissioners, Administrative Secretaries and District Commissioners.

Tanzania will host the International Smart Partnership Dialogue in Dar es Salaam in May next year while the national dialogue is planned for January next year. "There is no secret that dialogues will provide more opportunities for both regional and district business councils which are closer to the local communities," he explained.

According to Mr Chemponda, RCs and DCs are better placed to promote and sensitize the hypothesis of smart partnership dialogues. "We are now set to promote dialogues in all zones,starting with Central Zone, Lake Zone and Southern Highlands," he said.

Earlier, the Inspector General of Police (IGP), Mr Said Mwema, said the dialogue will help the law enforcers to be more conversant in issues related to business.

"The essence of smart partnership dialogue is very unique and for us (police ) as the law enforcers need to understand clearly and see its smooth implementation," he said. He said the police force was well prepared to ensure that the smart partnership dialogue succeeds and bears the desired results for the betterment of all Tanzanians.

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