Peter Temba in Moshi Daily News; Sunday,January 13, 2008 MOSHI Urban MP Philemon Ndesamburo has purchased a 5-acre plot at Kiboriloni area, to relocate over 1,000 traders currently shuffled at King George Memorial Stadium here. The MP told a cheering crowd here on Saturday that his decision to set up the market, which he also intends to modernise, was based on the fact that Kiboriloni was an international market, where Tanzanians and foreigners buy and sell various goods. Mr Ndesamburo said he was negotiating with Municipality fathers to see how the business people could begin their activities at the new place and leave the stadium for other sport and celebration activities. He took the occasion to publicly declare that he would contest the Moshi parliamentary seat in 2010. Ndesamburo said he was heavily indebted to the electorate in his constituency, because he was an ardent development activist who has to do a lot more. "If am nominated by my party (CHADEMA) and later re-elected, I will introduce sustainable poverty alleviation development projects in this constituency", he said. He blamed Moshi Municipal Council for allegedly undermining his efforts to ameliorate welfare of his electorate on political grounds, suggesting that functionaries who harbour false feelings that the opposition camp was incapable of delivering should relinquish their posts immediately. "Why should opposition parties be discriminated when implementing development projects?" he queried, advising relevant authorities to allow him serve his electorates unimpeded.