Zimbabwe’s Foreign Minister Walter Mzembi says Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe will carry on with his passion to address non-communicable diseases despite the revoking of his goodwill ambassador appointment by the World Health Organisation.
The Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front secretary for administration Ignatius Chombo says President Robert Mugabe will not use the special congress to be held in December to fire his lieutenants.
Opposition legislator Jessie Majome last week raised a furore after new Public Service Minister, Patrick Zhuwao, failed to turn up in Parliament for question time to answer the a question about why registrar-general Tobaiwa Mudede was still working for the government if he was over 65.
President Robert Mugabe has been fired as the World Health Organisation’s goodwill ambassador only days after his appointment following an outcry mostly from Western countries and non-governmental organisations which questioned his human rights record.
The World Health Organisation is rethinking President Robert Mugabe’s appointment as its goodwill ambassador after an outcry from mostly Western countries, human rights organisations and opposition leaders in Zimbabwe but this could split the United Nations organisation.
Britain has expressed its disgust at the appointment of President Robert Mugabe as the World Health Organisation’s goodwill ambassador.