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Saturday, March 19, 2016

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Tanzanias happy with implementation speed of the proposed construction of the Tanzania-Uganda crude oil pipeline

By Sultani Kipingo
Tanzanians are happy with the implementation speed of the proposed construction of the Tanzania-Uganda crude oil pipeline which is expected to start in August this year, and will be completed in 2019. 
Many of those interviewed expressed gratitude to President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni of Uganda and his Tanzanian counterpart Dr. John Pombe Joseph Magufuli for initiating the 4-billion-U.S. dollar oil pipeline project that is expected to hasten socio-economic development between the two nations.
“We are overwhelmed by the rapidity of the project considering only two weeks have  passed since  Presidents Museveni and Dr. Magufuli  jointly approved the project when they met in Arusha. 
“It is unbelievable to note that officials from both sides have this week signed the agreement and come August the construction work takes off”, said Ms Natala Kimaro of Moshi. 
Amani Abdallah of Tanga  said that the 1,403-kilometer pipeline that will link oil fields in Uganda’s Lake Albert, Hoima region to Tanga port in Tanzania is testimony to true East African integration spirit, hoping more such projects would be initiated. 
The construction of the crude oil pipeline will be carried out by three oil firms–UK’s Tullow Oil PLC, France’s Total E&P and China’s Cnooc. Once completed, the pipeline is expected to transport up to 200,000 barrels per day passing through a number of Tanzanian regions from the Indian Ocean port of Tanga to Uganda. 
The construction will lead to installations of 200km of permanent new roads and corresponding bridges, and upgrades to 150km of existing roads, opening up regional integration in the energy sub-sector. 
 Tanzanians are also happy that that the crude oil pipeline project will also increase foreign Direct Investment  by more than 50 percent per annum, let alone creating over 15,000 jobs.
Tanzania President Dr. John Pombe Joseph Magufuli announces the crude oil pipeline project to reporters after his meeting with President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni of Uganda on March 1, 2013 in Arusha in the sidelines of the  The 17th Ordinary East African Community (EAC) Heads of State Summit 

Rais Magufuli ateua Wakurugenzi Wakuu wa NSSF, TBC na Shirika hodhi la reli (RAHCO)


WAZIRI MKUU KASSIM MAJALIWA AFUNGUA DULA LA MSD WILAYANI CHATO



Mkurugenzi Mkuu wa Bohari ya Dawa (MSD),  Laurean Bwanakunu (kushoto), akitoa maelezo kwa Waziri Mkuu Kassim Majaliwa kabla ya Waziri Mkuu hajafungua duka la dawa la MSD Wilayani Chato juzi.
Waziri Mkuu Mhe.Kassim M. Majaliwa (wa tatu kushoto), akizungumza wakati akifungua dula la Bohari ya Dawa (MSD), Wilayani Chato.

RC PAUL MAKONDA AZUNGUMZA NA WENYEVITI NA MAOFISA WATENDAJI WA JIJI LA DAR ES SALAAM UKUMBI WA MWALIMU NYERERE LEO


 Mkuu wa Mkoa wa Dar es Salaam, Paul Makonda, akizungumza na wenyeviti na maofisa watendaji wa jiji la Dar es Salaam leo asubuhi kuhusu mambo mbalimbali hasu suala la usafi wa mazingira.
 Katibu Tawala wa Mkoa wa Dar es Salaam, Theresia Mmbando akiongoza mkutano huo.
 Mkuu wa Wilaya ya Ilala, Raymond Mushi akizungumza katika mkutano huo.

MWENYEKITI UWT MKOA WA DAR ES SALAAM AWANYOSHEA KIDOLE WALIOKISALITI CHAMA WAKATI WA UCHAGUZI MKUU


 Mwenyekiti wa Umoja wa Wanawake Tanzania wa Chama Cha Mapinduzi (UWT), Janeth Massaburi, akizungumza na wanawake wa umoja huo wa Wilaya ya Ilala Dar es Salaam leo mchana, katika mkutano wa kuwashukuru kwa kukipa ushindi Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM) kwenye uchaguzi mkuu uliofanyika mwishoni mwa mwaka jana.
 Mwenyekiti wa Umoja wa Wanawake Tanzania wa Chama Cha Mapinduzi (UWT), Janeth Massaburi (kulia), akisisitiza jambo kwenye mkutano huo. Kutoka kushoto ni Katibu wa CCM Wilaya 

KUMBUKUMBU YA MIAKA 5 YA MZEE JOHN LUWANDA

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