Bunge news: Minister to end land conflict between military and civilians

He was responding to a supplementary question earlier raised by Morogoro urban legislator Abdulaziz Abood (CCM) who wanted to know when the military...

Bunge news: Minister to end land conflict between military and civilians

He was responding to a supplementary question earlier raised by Morogoro urban legislator Abdulaziz Abood (CCM) who wanted to know when the military...

30 May 2018 Wednesday 16:48
Bunge news: Minister to end land conflict between military and civilians

Emmanuel Onyango

THE Minister for Defense Dr. Hussein Mwinyi told the parliament today that he would soon end long-standing land conflicts between the military and civilians countrywide.

The minister said during a question and answer session in parliament where he said strategic measures has been set on how to solve the problem in military camps.

He was responding to a supplementary question earlier raised by Morogoro urban legislator Abdulaziz Abood (CCM) who wanted to know when the military would surrender the land it snatched from civilians in his constituency.

Dr Mwinyi said the military was not in conflict with civilians of Kauzeni ward over the land as all such areas were already surveyed.

However, he admitted they were conflicts between the military and local communities in certain areas in the country saying he would soon resolve all conflicts and restore peace in the areas.

Apart from Morogoro, the minister mentioned Kyela constituency, as also among the areas with conflicts.

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