Small Industries Development Organisation (SIDO) has given Suma JKT 13 acres of land to construct industrial sheds aimed at promoting industrialisation.
Sempeho Manongi (2nd-R), a regional manager with the Small Industries Development Organisation (SIDO), briefs Industry, Trade and Investment minister Charles Mwijage (2nd-L) in Dodoma yesterday before handing over a 13-hectare chunk of land from where small industries will operate. Others are Antony Mavunde (L), Deputy Minister of State in the Prime Minister’s Office (Labour, Youth and Employment) and SIDO director general Prof Sylvester Mpanduji. Photo: Guardian Correspondent
This is in line with the fifth phase ambitious plan of building a medium sized and industrial economy practically by 2025.
Speaking yesterday after handing over the land to the Contractor at Suma JKT- the commercial arm of National Service (NS), Minister for Industries, Trade and Investments Charles Mwijage said that industrial sheds would stimulate industrialisation in Dodoma Region.
“I take this opportunity to congratulate SIDO for pioneering the government commitment towards industrialising Tanzania. The industrial sheds will be constructed in all zones,” minister Mwijage explained.
He said the government through SIDO would ensure that industrial sheds are fully exploited.
“It is an undeniable fact that, the Fifth Phase Government under the captainship of President John Magufuli is all out to turn the country’s economy into a medium and industrial base by 2025,” said Mwijage.
He said construction of industrial sheds will be used by Dodoma residents as an opportunity for small and medium entrepreneurs (SMEs) to learn and set up industries for their betterment.
The minister called on citizens to take advantage of SIDO services to grow their businesses adding that the existence of the sheds will further be used to train other entrepreneurs willing to venture into business.
Dodoma MP and Deputy Minister of State in Prime Minister’s Office (Labour, Youth andEmployment), Antony Mavunde
SIDO Director General, Prof Sylvester Mpanduji said his organisation was well positioned to ensure the government plan of turning Tanzania into medium and industrial economy was realised.
Source: IPP Media
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