Monday, November 24, 2014
BAADHI ya wanavikundi kisiwani Pemba, kuhamasika kuatika miche ya mikarafuu kwa wingi, miche hiyo imekuwa ikikosa soko kama ilivyo kwa kikundi cha Bobo sio dili cha Bogoa Mkanyageni Wilaya ya Mkoanikisiwani Pemba, (picha na Abdi Suleiman, PEMBA)
KATIBU wa kikundi cha Bobo sio dili cha Bogoa MkanyageniWilaya ya Mkoani, Adam Kombo Khatib akimwangilia maji miche yake ya Mikarafuu iliyopo katika kikundi chao,ikiwa ni mchanganyiko wa miche 5000 iliyobakia msimu uliopita na miche ya sasa 10000 walioatika katika kipindi hichi wakisubiri kuitia sokoni (Picha na Abdi Suleiman, PEMBA.)
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By The Citizen Reporter
- The Citizen traces the IPTL saga since the firm was contracted as an independent power producer two decades ago in the wake of an electricity shortage caused by a prolonged drought
- 1994: The year Tanzania Electric Supply Company signed an agreement with Independent Power Tanzania Limited
Dar es Salaam. As the nation awaits what will transpire this week in Parliament with the tabling of the probe report on the escrow account, The Citizen brings you a chronology of key events since Independent Power Tanzania Limited (IPTL) signed a memorandum of understanding with Tanzania Electric Supply Company (Tanesco) 20 years ago:
1994 – Drought leads to power shortages as hydro catchment areas run dry. Tanesco invites emergency solutions, eventually settling for two turbines financed by foreign aid. A joint venture known as Independent Power Tanzania Ltd is set up between Mechmar Corporation of Malaysia (70 per cent) and VIPEM of Tanzania (30 per cent).
August 1994 – IPTL signs an MoU to provide electricity under an independent power project arrangement as a “fast track” measure, but a “medium to long-term solution” is proposed in November.
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24th November 2014.
This gives Airtel customers the opportunity to get away from crowded airport spaces and access an oasis of calm in participating exclusive lounges that offer refreshments, comfortable seating and other services enhancing their travel experience.
Speaking at the launch of the innovative product, Minister of State Dr Mary Nagu commended Airtel for introducing the Premier card which she said recognizes, appreciates and supports mobile marketing.
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