Bunge news: Govt asked to intervene after donors’ withdrawal

Responding, deputy minister of State in Prime Minister’s office responsible with people with disabilities Stella Ikufa said her office will visit the...

Bunge news: Govt asked to intervene after donors’ withdrawal

Responding, deputy minister of State in Prime Minister’s office responsible with people with disabilities Stella Ikufa said her office will visit the...

05 June 2018 Tuesday 13:15
Bunge news: Govt asked to intervene after donors’ withdrawal

By Emmanuel Onyango

THE government has been asked help people with disabilities in Rombo constituency through the established funds after donors pulled out from funding them.

A Member of Parliament (MP) for Rombo constituency on Chadema ticket Joseph Selasini said the move could greatly help to improve their welfare.

The MP was speaking today in parliament during question and answer session directing his query to the office of the Prime Minister responsible for people with disabilities.

Responding, deputy minister of State in Prime Minister’s office responsible with people with disabilities Stella Ikufa said her office will visit the constituency to solve the problems facing them.

Earlier, special seat legislator for Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM) Amina Mollel wanted to know about the disabled fund and plans by the government to contribute its subsidies to support it.

Responding, the deputy minister said the government is currently in the process of looking for leaders to manage and oversee the fund.

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