Saul Kahuika leaving //Kharas Regional Council

12 May 2016 13:50pm
KEETMANSHOOP, 12 MAY (NAMPA) – //Kharas Chief Regional Officer (CRO) Saul Kahuika is leaving the //Kharas Regional Council at the end of May.
A source revealed to Nampa that the CRO resigned, “for greener pastures elsewhere in the country”.
Nampa understands that Kahuika was offered a position at a private company in Tsumeb.
The chief administrator was set to leave the council in December this year when his five-year contract with Government comes to an end.
Approached on Thursday, Kahuika reluctantly confirmed his departure.
“Why do you want to write this now, there is no context for it,” he said.
Asked why he was leaving his post now and not in December, he said: “There should also be people who decide to leave earlier”.
Kahuika said his plans are to work on his communal farm in the Hardap Region, “and to do some other things”.
The CRO started working at the council in 2006 as administration director.
He was appointed as CRO in January 2012 after acting in the position in 2011.