• Sata retires Chibiliti as Secretary to the Cabinet

    President Michael Sata has with immediate effect retired Secretary to the Cabinet Evans Chibiliti in public interest.

    President Sata has since appointed Dr Rowland Msiska as acting Secretary to the Cabinet. Until now, Dr Msiska has been serving as deputy Secretary to the Cabinet.

    The President expressed gratitude to Mr. Chibiliti for the services he rendered to the nation during his tenure as head of the civil service.

    In his letter of appointment to Dr Msiska, President Sata has wished the new head of the civil service well and expressed confidence that he will perform to the expectations of the people of Zambia.

    Dr Msiska’s work experience spurns over two decades at global, regional and national level. He has worked as Global Systems Advisor [UNAIDS – Geneva], Chief Technical Advisor [UNDP – Senegal], Director Southern Africa Capacity Initiative [UNDP], Director HIV and Development for Africa [UNDP] and Executive Director for the Namibia Institute of Public Administration and Management among others.

    This is contained in a statement released to QFM News by the President’s special assistant for press and public relations George Chellah. / QFM


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