The Minister

of Works, Innocent Bashungwa has instructed the Roads Agency (

TANROADS

) to remove the contractor of Kay Bouvet Engineering Ltd in India and look for another contractor with the ability and qualifications to build road infrastructure in Mkulazi sugar factory in Morogoro region.

Minister Bashungwa has explained this when he inspected the construction of the factory and road infrastructure in the sugar factory and Mbigiri Farm and was not satisfied with the performance of the contractor.

"The role of TANROADS is to manage the construction of this factory in the road infrastructure, but this contractor is a scoundrel, and we have decided to remove him because he does not have enough machinery to carry out the road construction work, he also does not have the qualifications and experience of roads at the asphalt level", he said They are imprisoned.

In addition, Bashungwa has instructed the Chief Executive of TANROADS, Engineer Mohamed Besta to announce the tender for the project immediately and find a contractor with the qualifications and ability to implement the project with great efficiency.

Bashungwa has said that the completion of the construction of the factory's infrastructure, which reached 70 percent, will help increase the production of sugar in the country and help the nation produce self-sufficient sugar through local industries.

In addition, Minister Bashungwa has thanked the President, Dr. Samia Suluhu Hassan for continuing to create an enabling environment for industrial construction in the country, including the Mkulazi Sugar factory which will have the capacity to grind 2,500 tons of sugar cane and produce 50,000 tons of sugar per year.

Giving information about the project, the Manager of the National Roads Agency (TANROADS) Morogoro Region, Engineer Alinanuswe Kyamba said TANROADS has the responsibility of managing all procurement work, factory construction, testing and all activities to complete the factory and start sugar production in the Mkulazi factory.

And, Morogoro Regional Commissioner, Adam Malima, has said that the contractor carrying out the construction of the road infrastructure has been disrupting the production activities of the factory, due to the poor infrastructure of the roads that connect the factory to the sugarcane fields.