Patty Magubira 29 June 2011 [HR][/HR] Dar es Salaam - The Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM) Ideology and Publicity secretary, Mr Nape Nnauye, yesterday allayed Tanzanians' fear of pledges made by President Jakaya Kikwete and his party's manifesto. Mr Nnauye said all pledges made by the President during his campaign rallies in last year's General Election would be implemented although some might not be a 100 per cent accomplished when his tenure elapses in 2015. He said during his tour of Mwananchi Communications Limited (MCL) at Tabata Relini, in Dar es Salaam that pledges stipulated in the CCM manifesto and those made by the party's former presidential candidate were realistic, as experts were consulted beforehand The ruling party was closely following the same and had directed the minister for Finance and Economic Affairs, Mr Mustafa Mkulo, to ensure he incorporated them in the government budget, he said, vowing that Dar es Salaam would be furnished with at least one flyover. Other pledges made by President Kikwete include construction of the central railway line, teachers' houses countrywide, three district hospitals in Dar es Salaam and tarring Iringa-Dodoma-Babati Road. Others were connecting Kigoma Region to the national power grid, furnishing Tabora with clean and safe water as well as securing a reliable market of cashew nuts for farmers in Lindi and Mtwara. Mr Nnauye, who paid a courtesy visit at MCL to farmiliarise himself with the country's leading media house, also used the opportunity to clarify CCM's ongoing 'shedding the scale' campaign, saying it comprised a cocktail of reforms within the party. He refuted widespread reports that CCM had given its suspected corrupt cadres a 90-day ultimatum to deregister themselves, saying the party had actually said their fate would be determined by the next National Executive Committee (Nec) meeting tentatively slated for next month. The MCL Group managing editor, Mr Theophil Makunga, said the first visit of an Ideology and Publicity secretary to the media house opened a new chapter between politicians and the media, but cautioned that CCM cadres ought to become more proactive than defensive. He observed that most of the ruling party's cadres were withholding information, leading to their rivals from the opposition camp hijacking and using it in their favour.