Pemba traders urged against service discrimination
ZANZIBAR government leaders have urged businessmen to serve all people equally without discrimination based on their political affiliations. The call was delivered to Community leaders (Sheha) in Pemba, in the wake of several incidents of sabotage and destruction of public properties. Also of late there have been boycotts of government organized functions in the island of Pemba. Worse still, some members of the general public were in the frontline in motivating others to disobey orders and directives issued by government leaders in their protest against the just ended general election results in which Chama cha Mapinduzi scoops all votes and won the elections.
Addressing a rally in Pemba recently, the Minister of State in the Second Vice President’s office, Mohamed Aboud Mohammed urged the people in the isle to abandon their hostilities and work as a team for national development.
He implored the CCM leaders to work diligently and serve all people equally. The minister expounding further, said the government under the leadership of President Dr Ali Mohamed Shein was determined to promote peace and stability and encourage people to work for their socio-economic status improvement as well as for national growth development.
Deputy Minister of Home Affairs Hamad Masauni.