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Axe to fall

According to Vice-President, Dr Philip Mpango, the government will not hesitate to expunge agencies and other parastatals that have failed to deliver as per the expectations.

Dr Mpango argued that such institutions and other public entities were proving to be a burden to the government.

“Officials from public entities that fall under this category should pull up their socks,” the VP warned, while inaugurating the state-of-the-art commercial residential building, here yesterday.

Addressing hundreds of Arusha residents including officials from public sector, the Vice-President hailed Tanzania Buildings Agency (TBA) for designing and constructing the eleven-storey-building, challenging other government agencies to follow suit.

Dr Mpango said the construction of the commercial residential building in Arusha is part of TBA’s 2022-2026 strategic plan of building 10,000 housing units.

“This is in line with TBA’s plan of operating itself through creating sustainable sources of its revenues,” he said.

According to Dr Mpango, the government had also given TBA a green light to seek partnership from the private sector. “This is what the PPP agenda entails,” he added.

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