Lutombi turns down city CEO job

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Lutombi turns down city CEO job
Lutombi turns down city CEO job

Africa-Press – Namibia. Roads Authority chief executive officer Conrad Lutombi says he will no longer take up the position of chief executive officer of the City of Windhoek, as he declined the city’s offer for his appointment to the post.

Lutombi said this in a brief telephonic interview with The Namibian on Friday.

“I have not accepted the offer and I can’t comment further,” he said.

Two weeks ago, City of Windhoek spokesperson Harold Akwenye said the Windhoek City Council decided to appoint Lutombi as chief executive officer.

The city announced on Friday that the strategic executive for its housing, property management and human settlement department, Faniel Maanda, has been appointed as acting CEO for a period of three months, from 7 December to 7 March 2023.

The City of Windhoek has not had a substantive chief executive officer for two years, following the resignation of its former CEO Robert Kahimise at the end of October 2020.

Lutombi said this in a brief telephonic interview with The Namibian on Friday.

“I have not accepted the offer and I can’t comment further,” he said.

Two weeks ago, City of Windhoek spokesperson Harold Akwenye said the Windhoek City Council decided to appoint Lutombi as chief executive officer.

The city announced on Friday that the strategic executive for its housing, property management and human settlement department, Faniel Maanda, has been appointed as acting CEO for a period of three months, from 7 December to 7 March 2023.

The City of Windhoek has not had a substantive chief executive officer for two years, following the resignation of its former CEO Robert Kahimise at the end of October 2020.

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