Monday, June 4, 2018
Construction of court buildings to be financed by the World Bank
The government has made it clear that it has acquired loan from the World Bank (WB) with which to be used in the construction of the court buildings in various districts in the country. The Minister for Justice and Constitution Professor Palamagamba Kabudi said last week in Parliament during question and answer session in the morning. Prof. Kabudi was responding a question which was raised by Rorya legislator Lameck Airo (CCM) which was asked on his behalf by Bunda legislator Boniface Mwita (CCM) who wanted to know when the government will build a court house in Rorya district which was established in 2008.
Rorya legislator Lameck Airo (CCM)
The minister also received a supplementary question raised by Bunda legislator who wanted to know when the government will renovate the dilapidated court building located in Nyamuswa Town ship which is within his constituency. The same question was raised by Korogwe rural legislator Steven Hilary Ngonyani (CCM) when he said that, the court house in his constituency need a thorough repair. Responding to these queries, Prof. Kabudi noted that, all these repairs and building new court houses in the said constituencies will be conducted by SUMA-JKT construction unit of the national service camp during its second development phase. Prof. Kabudi also noted that, his ministry is striving hard in order to get a permit to employ new staff in the judicial sector during this 2018/19 financial year.