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Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa has commended the contractors undertaking the standard gauge railway (SGR) project from Dar es Salaam to Morogoro for ensuring a big participation of Tanzanians in the project, TPJ has learnt.

The commendations came when the contractor - Yapi Merkezi, told Mr. Majaliwa, who was inspecting progress of the project recently, that the project was employing locals  up to 96.6 percent of the workforce.

Mr. Majaliwa also expressed delight at the speed of executing the stretch from Shaurimoyo in Dar es Salaam to Soga in Pwani Region.

“I am satisfied with the progress made so far as well as the participation of many Tanzanians in this project, I urge you to maintain the momentum,” said the PM in a statement issued by his office after the tour.

 He said it was especially encouraging to learn from the experts at the site of the likelihood that under the current pace, construction of the 300 kilometres from Dar es Salaam to Morogoro earlier scheduled for completion in July 2019 could be finished in April 2019.

 The PM called upon Tanzanians employed at the project to work diligently, professionally and be good ambassadors so that more Tanzanians could be trusted to work is such major projects.

 He added that completion of the project would fuel many development projects thereby influencing positively the implementing the industrial policy towards attainment of a middle income status by 2025.

 Earlier, briefing the PM, the Director General of the Tanzania Railway Corporation, Mr. Masanja Kadogosa, said 32 percent of the work on the Dar es Salaam-Morogoro part was had been completed while work for the stretch between Morogoro and Makutupora was at 3. 31 percent.

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