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A solution is in sight for water woes that have been facing residents of four villages in Mbozi District, Songwe Region, following the signing of a contract for implementation of a 1.6bn/- water supply project.

Mbozi District Commissioner, Mr. John Palingo, said the funds have been released by the Government as part of its efforts to improve accessibility of water to wananchi especially those in rural areas.
“I want to see a project that delivers value for money and I will not entertain any excuses for delays,” said the DC during the signing ceremony which was held recently at Itaka Village, which is one of the four villages that expect to benefit from the project, others being Itewe, Bara and Kangomba.
Mr Palingo warned everyone involved in the implementation of the project against factors that hampered similar projects elsewhere, including misappropriation of funds saying he was not going to entertain any excuses for poor performance or delays.
The district water engineer, Mr Cyprian Warioba, said the project would among others, entail construction of a 150,000 litre reservoir as well as laying of up to 34 kilometre long distribution pipelines.
Mr. Warioba added that the project, set to be carried out by a consortium of local firms, would take six months to complete.

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