Kibiti citizenry urged to involve themselves in productive activities

28Dec 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Kibiti citizenry urged to involve themselves in productive activities

KIBITI MP, Ally Ungando has urged citizens in the area to support the government’s efforts by engaging heavily in development activities to enable the country to become middle income nation.

KIBITI MP, Ally Ungando

The MP told the residents that the country development is the responsibility of every citizen and not the government alone. “Therefore we need collective efforts from the public to push the country industrialisation agenda.

The lawmaker who is in a tour, made the remarks at Rungungu village, Rulauke ward in the district calling upon youth to stop hanging around but invest their efforts in productive activities.

He called upon youth to stop being selective in doing work, saying that they should now change their mindset and see that they can do any productive job for their own development.

“Young people have power, they are strong enough to engage in various activities, I want you to work hard by engaging also in entrepreneurship and agriculture activities so as to transform your lives and the country at large,” he said.

The MP also went further and urged farmers especially those who engage in cashew nuts production to stop selling g their produce informally but rather follow formal procedures for them to benefit from their activities.

 He also called upon parents and relatives in the area to invest in education of their children by ensuring school age going children are enrolled  and complete  their studies for the betterment of their future life.

“Education is everything that can give your children a bright future. And it is high time to grab the opportunity as the government provides free basic and secondary education.

During the tour, MP Ungando also donated 100 bags of cement in every ward to support development efforts in the areas.

The MP commenced his tour in the constituency on December 26, this year witch aimed at listening to people’s challenges in the villages of Rungungu, Kilola, Tambwa, Nyamatanga and others.

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