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Ngeleja’s costly options

The Tanzania Citizen "Dar es Salaam. Energy and Minerals minister William Ngeleja will today table his revised budget in Dodoma amidst high expectations of an immediate solution to power rationing.Some commentators have cautioned, however, that this is unrealistic and Tanzanians should be thinking of December as the earliest that the power blues can be fixed.
The academicians, business leaders and politicians say that a long-term solution to the power outages that have hit the country since 2006 cannot, under the prevailing circumstances, be attained before 2015."

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