Zanzibar — PRESIDENT Ali Mohamed Shein called upon graduates from the Institute of Public Administration and Management (IPAM) to make difference in service delivery in the islands currently in need of improved services.
"The institute is important in shaping and building people towards good leadership, accountability and responsibility. Let us use the institute and practise what we learn for the benefit of the people," Shein said after he cut the ribbon to open the new IPAM building at Tunguu, South Unguja.
The function was among several events to mark the 49th anniversary celebrations of the Zanzibar Revolution, to climax on January 12, this year in Zanzibar.
Dr Shein said Zanzibar still needs reforms in public offices. He said that development also includes good management, better services delivery in corruption free environment, commitment, minimizing bureaucracy and observing regulations.
President Shein appealed to the institute administration to make sure that the graduates from the school are good public servants. More than one billion shillings has been spent for the construction of the institute.