Okahandja CEO quits

16 Jan 2015 12:40pm
OTJIWARONGO, 16 JAN (NAMPA) – The chief executive officer (CEO) of Okahandja Municipality, Frans Enkali has resigned.
Enkali confirmed to Nampa via telephone on Friday that he submitted his resignation letter to the Okahandja Town Council in December 2014, and is expecting to work only until 31 January 2015.
“Yes I have resigned, and I am going home. That’s all I can tell you for now, because this is a personal matter,” Enkali said.
Thereafter, he completely refused to discuss any details about his future career plans.
Enkali joined the Okahandja Municipality as the CEO in 2012.
The town’s mayor, Valarie Aron also confirmed to Nampa on Friday that Enkali resigned voluntarily from his post at the end of last year.
“I can remember he resigned in December 2014, and he gave a one-month notice,” she said.
Aron said she did not know where Enkali was going to, or if he has indeed found a new job.
However, according to a recent newspaper report, the Oshikoto Regional Council is apparently keen to appoint Enkali as chief regional officer (CRO).
The Namibian newspaper, a local English daily, reported last week that Enkali was recommended for the position of CRO at the Oshikoto Regional Council, after he scored the highest during an interview for the job there last year.