Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM) leaders were yesterday challenged to be innovative in the execution of various projects undertaken by the ruling party to ensure they are productive.
CCM Deputy Secretary General, Zanzibar, Vuai Ali Vuai, made the call when he visited investment projects owned by CCM. He said it was high time that various properties owned by the party are verified to avoid few members who might attempt to change ownership contracts.
"CCM directives are to develop properties and investment projects to be able to finance the party's operations in a spirit of self-reliance. Unfortunately there have been disappointing reports with regard to the management of the party's projects.
In some areas, few people have managed to steal our properties," Vuai said. Some of the projects that the Deputy Secretary General visited include the ongoing construction of a commercial complex owned by the party's youth wing (UVCCM) at Darajani.
Acting UVCCM Secretary, Zanzibar, Abdulghafari Idrissa Juma, said UVCCM is closely following up the investment centre and other properties under it. He said UVCCM is also closely monitoring its members responsible for signing contracts on its behalf.
Source: Tanzania Daily News