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Contractors implementing rural electrification project in Morogoro Region will face legal consequencies if they do not complete the works by March this year, TPJ has learnt.

This came to light recently after a meeting of Energy Minister, Dr. Medard Kalemani, Morogoro Regional Commissioner (RC), Loata Ole Sanare, Morogoro district commissioners and executive directors for the councils, was told about numerous complaints about the delays in the projects.

Dr. Kalemani said the Government would not hesitate to take legal measures against contractors responsible for the delays “since all the challenges have been fully addressed,” and called upon the RC and DCs to take appropriate legal actions if the works were not completed by March.

“Do not hesitate to take measures against [those] contractors,” he said.

The REA Project Manager in Morogoro Region, Eng. Wingod Siyao, said by January this year, the project had reached 70 villages out of 150 villages, and that the target was to reach 90 villages by March this year.

Addressing the press recently, REA’s Acting Director, Mr. Amos Maganga, had said that by November 2019 the project reached 66 percent countrywide and that 8,000 villages out of 12,268 villages in the country had been reached; and that the entity expected that all the villages countrywide would be electrified by the end of Financial Year 2020/21.

The government has insisted that people are required to pay only 27,000/- for the service and that they should not be made to pay for electricity poles.

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