DAR ES SALAAM; The government has urged citizens, especially businesses with undocumented areas to register their locations, so that they can obtain documents they can use to apply for loans to financial institutions, thus developing their businesses.

This was said in Dar es Salaam by Temeke District Commissioner Mobhare Matinyi at the launch of the Land Clinic through the Land Security Improvement Project under the World Bank in line with the documentation, where he said that all the government-implemented miradı in the country, including electricity, oil and gas lazıma should be copyrighted.

Dar es Salaam Regional Land Commissioner Mercy Mw Rise said the government is committed to solving land concerns for the people by coming up with various projects, including land security improvements, while asking citizens with various land cases in court to submit to the project.

Temeke Municipal Acting Director Veronica Malangwa said the document will pass through five streets of Temeke council and will issue 3244 documents, a move to help reduce public nuisance and improve their possession.

A representative from the World Bank, the project's donor, Aisha Masanja, commended the government for facilitating the acquisition of the projects, which are the catalyst for national development and that the project has been funded for a total of Sh345 billion and will be held in all Dar es Salaam Regional Councils.