New Vice Chair for Mid­lands

Sunday News (Zimbabwe) - - Front Page -

ZANU-PF Mid­lands Prov­ince has ap­pointed Cde Ron­ald Rob­son Ny­athi as the new provin­cial vice-chair­per­son.

This was an­nounced by Mid­lands Provin­cial chair­per­son En­gi­neer Daniel McKen­zie Ncube dur­ing a Provin­cial Co-or­di­nat­ing Com­mit­tee (PCC) meet­ing in Gweru yes­ter­day.

Eng Ncube said the de­ci­sion to el­e­vate Cde Ny­athi was unan­i­mous among provin­cial ex­ec­u­tive mem­bers. The po­si­tion fell va­cant fol­low­ing the death of Cde Good­will Shiri in an ac­ci­dent in Gweru last year. Eng Ncube said Cde Ny­athi was the most ap­pro­pri­ate can­di­date to fill in the va­cant post.

“We have now el­e­vated Cde Ny­athi to the po­si­tion of Vice-Chair­man of the Zanu-PF Mid­lands Prov­ince with im­me­di­ate ef­fect. He has taken over the post which was left af­ter Cde Shiri’s un­timely death. He was the sec­re­tary for fi­nance and he car­ried that po­si­tion with dis­tinc­tion and be­cause of his works the prov­ince has seen it fit to el­e­vate him,” he said.

Cde Ny­athi, who is also Mem­ber of Par­lia­ment for Shu­rugwi North, pledged to serve the party and the prov­ince dili­gently dur­ing his ten­ure.

“It is not a small ap­point­ment. I would want to first ex­press my pro­found grat­i­tude to the party lead­er­ship in the prov­ince and Pres­i­dent Mnan­gagwa be­cause I have been trusted. The fear is that you may be­tray the one who has given the task.

“With lead­er­ship it is all about work­ing to­gether with oth­ers. You do your part. Re­mem­ber you will be run­ning on be­half of the team and this is not the time for self im­por­tance. So when you are given a task you do your best dur­ing your time,” he said.

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