YVONNE CHIBIYA was overwhelmingly chosen to serve on the African Union Advisory Board on Corruption at the African Union’s Executive Council’s 41st Ordinary Session (AUABC).
The skilled practitioner of governance, ethics, and economic justice, Ms. CHIBIYA, received 43 votes.
JEAN CLAUDE BIZMANA of Burundi, Mr. TSIRY RAZAFIMANDIMBY of Madagascar, Mr. PASCOAL JOAKIM of Angola, Mr. SEYNABOU DIAKHATE of Senegal, and Mr. KWAME SENAMU of Ghana were also elected to the council.
Ms. TIJILANE CHIZUMILA from Malawi and Ms. CHABIKA SAOULA from Algeria are the other two.
In addition to the African Union Advisory Board against Corruption, the Executive Council chose three judges for the Administrative Tribunal of the African Union and two judges for the African Court on Human and People’s Rights.
INUTU MWANZA, the first secretary for press and tourism at the Zambian Embassy in Addis Abeba, made this claim in a statement provided to ZNBC.