Bunda. Mara 08/08/2021
On the 08.08.2021. a group of developmental stakeholders of Mara region, who live and work in different parts of the country (Mara investors) has handed over the new building to the local government authority in order to simplify the provision of authoritative services to the residents of Serengeti street found in Nyatwali ward, Bunda Town
The building which is worth 15.5 million was built under the assistance of the Mara region development stakeholders which include Dkt. Amon Manyama, Dkt Sebastian Ndege and Advocate Deusi Mgengeli
They volunteered to build the new offices in order to simplify the provision of governmental services to the grassroots level due to its demand which has been existing for too long. It is also expected to be the center of information about tourism and investment found within the Nyatwali Bunda Area
Speaking during the short inauguration ceremony. The district commissioner of Bunda, Joshua Nassari thanked the stakeholders and pleaded with the residents of Bunda to receive the new offices with open arms and see where he can cover for the missing office necessities.
He said such offices will be of great help to them, despite its simplification to the governmental services provided to the area but it will also provide touristic information about the western zone of Serengeti street
He was also grateful to the Mara Investors for such an act and pleaded with other stakeholders to volunteer in enabling the society to deal with and solve different challenges facing them to foster the developmental process.
“Generally, Private sector is the important stakeholder for the development of our nation, Government sector cannot achieve that all alone and therefore you should support the government efforts through working hard, fighting gossiping and roaming”. he said
Aside from participating in launching the new offices, he also got the opportunity to plant a few trees as a part of promoting environmental conservation in the Bunda District.
On the other side, Dkt Amon Manyama as one of the stakeholders who contributed to the building process said together with other stakeholders, they have planned to assist the provision of water and electricity but also the street lights which use solar energy in order to simplify the conduction of economic and social activities of the Ndabaka center.
Another investor from Jembe Group Dkt Sebastian Ndege pleaded with the government to create a conducive environment for the private sector investments. He also promised to proceed with assisting other developmental efforts in Serengeti street such as sponsoring the construction of a clean and safe water jet and also modern toilet facilities for the visitors and tourists passing through the area. He also pleaded with the district-level leaders to turn the usability of the market which have remained idle into the tourist market which can provide employment opportunities for the youth and women residing over the area.
Another investor from Mara Investors advocate Deogratius Mngengeli pleaded with the government to deal with different challenges in land ownership through the customary land ownership deeds to enable it to be used in accessing investment loans within the area