Tanzania Daily News (Dar es Salaam)

Tanzania: Mzindakaya Wants Public Servants in Busega to Tick

Magu — BUSEGA District Commissioner, Mr Paul Mzindakaya has expressed concern over inefficiency of public servants and wanted them to tick.

Mr Mzindakaya said that he will not hesitate to take action against ineffective public servants who will fail to show signs of improvement in executing government duties. "I will not think twice about taking action against those who will fail to put together their act and continue with the laissezfaire attitude in my district," he said.

Mr Mzindakaya, who was attending Magu District Full Council Meeting, cautioned employees of the district who are preparing to relocate to the new Busega district to expect a tough position from him.

He also said that the Simiyu regional government will not tolerate any public servant who will fail to abide by the laws of the land to ensure the objectives of the region are met. Meanwhile, the DC reiterated on the need to grow drought resistant crops in the area such as wheat and cassava to prevent hunger in Busega district.

He also challenged religious leaders in the district to encourage parents to make sure that their children go to secondary schools, noting that the number of registered students who joined form one this year was small compared to the actual number of selected pupils.

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