By Said Mwishehe, Michuzi TV-Kazuramimba
Presidential Candidate through the Revolutionary Party (CCM) Dr. John Magufuli has promised to contribute Shs. 10 million for the completion of the construction of the Kazuramimba Health Center in Kigoma region after the end of the General Elections.
The station that Dr. Magufuli has promised to provide the amount of money is after being pleased with the efforts of the people of Kazuramimba to start construction of the center in their own strength, so after the general election October 28, 2020 within three months will be completed.
Speaking to the people today, September 20, 2020, Dr. Magufuli said that the center must complete its construction, so when he is elected and wins the presidency he will provide that amount of money for the completion of the center.
“I know I will win the presidency, so in three months’ time we will have completed the construction. This is a campaign period so if I give these money that I want to contribute they will say I give bribes, that’s why I say I will give after the election.
“The people of Kazuramimba have set a very good example by deciding to start construction on your own, and they say the capital of the poor is its own strength. I promise the people here I will contribute to the construction of this health center,” said Dr. Magufuli.
However, he said apart from completing the construction, he would send medicine and medical equipment along with specialists so that the center could start providing medical services and that it would also provide surgical services. “We want this health center to be operational and operational.”
Dr. Magufuli said due to the importance of the center, the Minister of Health who will appoint him his first task will be to address the center to begin the work of providing services to the citizens.
At the same time Dr. Magufuli has continued to talk about the existing strategy to improve road infrastructure where he said he wants someone from Kazuramimba to Dar es Salaam and Kazuramimba to Tunduma without stepping on gravel.
However, he told the people that for five years he asked them to vote and they elected him, the CCM MP and councilors and throughout that period they have done what they could and will continue to implement the rest as development is a challenge and challenges are solved one by one.
“When we asked for a vote here in Kazuramimba even there was no electricity, today there is. There were no buildings but today the buildings have increased and even the population has grown. Kazuramimba has more than 65000 residents, the city is big, leave me alone.
“Please believe me, give me a vote, I know in the CCM’s election strategies there were many candidates, even the former MP here was also present during the referendum process and he is here today he has prayed for me, he has prayed for a vote for parliamentary candidate Nashon our CCM, “he said.