Church leader turns down ED’s appointment
General secretary of the Zimbabwe Council of Churches (ZCC) Reverend Dr Kenneth Mtata, has declined an appointment to be part of President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s advisory council.
Mtata was named among a 26 member Presidential Advisory Council by President Mnangagwa on Wednesday evening.
The advisory council’s mandate is to advise Mnangagwa and government on a wide range of sectoral issues.
Mtata wrote a letter advising of his withdrawal
It has been brought to my attention today that my name has been included on the list of individuals appointed to serve as members of the Presidential Advisory Council.
The same has been announced on national television. I feel really flattered to be invited to serve the nation and President in such a role in a moment as this. My current position will however limit effective functioning in such a huge role.
I have therefore humbly withdrawn my name. The President will be fully briefed of my commitment to the Nation Building agenda and I will support his efforts in other ways within my capabilities.
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