President Samia Suluhu during press briefing (Photo Courtesy: Facebook)
Tanzania President, Samia Suluhu has been trying to make sure that all departments and sectors in her Government work towards delivering better services to the common citizens without any complaints being forwarded.
Today, President Samia Suluhu sent a stern warning to the Courts as she revealed that there have been lots of complaints about how the lower Courts conduct their work.
President Samia Suluhu stated: "Niwaombe sana Jaji Mkuu na Jaji Kiongozi muangalie usimamizi wa ubora kwenye mahakama za mwanzo. Malalamiko mengi ya mahakama yanahusu mahakama za mwanzo, kule kutupiwe jicho vizuri.
(I'm requesting the top judges to make a keen follow up and ensure good governance of the lower Courts. There have been several complaints about the lower Courts.)"
Other than the warning, the President urged the courts to be delivering services in time and avoid delays in serving justice to those with cases.
"Niwasihi sana mlipe kipaumbele swala la kusikiliza kesi haraka, msikubali virahisi kubadilisha mahakimu au tarehe za kusikiliza kwa sababu hii ni moja ya sababu inayosababisha kesi zichelew." The President concluded.
This is a good show that Samia Suluhu is after ensuring that there is justice and the common people are not mistreated.
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