Tanzania Daily News (Dar es Salaam)

18 May 2014

Tanzania: Sitta Promises Urambo Water

Urambo — URAMBO East Member of Parliament, Mr Samuel Sitta has assured residents that the 3bn/- water project will be embarked on soon.

Addressing a public rally at Urambo town, Mr Sitta said: "I want to assure you (Urambo residents) that you will soon have access of enough and clean water from River Ugala."

Residents complain of poor access to water, a situation which leaves them with little time to carry out other activities.

The rally organised by Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM), Secretary General, Mr Abdulrahman Kinana provided an opportunity to discuss challenges, issues and development with residents.

'Wananchi' asked government to provide them with adequate land for cultivation. Mr Kinana is on a ten day official tour in the region.

In his capacity as Secretary General, Mr Kinana has launched and inspected various projects in Urambo District.

Mr Kinana has visited the newly constructed Mayulindila maternity home in Urambo.

According to District Medical Officer, Dr Kheri Kagya, said the maternity home will provide services to mothers in the area and neighbouring districts including Uyui, Kaliua and Uvinza.

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