Musanhu Leaves NPRC Due To ‘Conflict Of Interest’

The National Peace and Reconciliation Commission (NPRC) has announced the resignation of one of its nine commissioners, Netty Musanhu over a long-standing matter of conflict of interest.

The Commission did not reveal the outstanding conflict of interest issue that has forced Musanhu to leave the NPRC. It said in a statement:

The NPRC wishes to inform the public that with immediate effect Mrs Netty Musanhu is no longer a member of the commission.

She no longer represents the commission in any private and public capacity. She no longer has the authority to act on behalf of the commissioners. We appeal to the donor community to pay special attention to this announcement.

Musanhu was as the Executive Director of Musasa Project, an organisation that works to protect and capacitate women who are victims of violence before she was appointed to the NPRC in 2016.

At the NPRC, Musanhu was in charge of the Victim Support, Gender and Diversity thematic area and Resource Mobilisation Role.

More: Chronicle

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