MUNYARADZAI KAJESE, a long-serving chief of protocol in the office of the president and prominent figure at State functions since the days of the late former President Robert Mugabe, has resigned from his post which he has held for more than 30 years.
Kajese’s resignation is said to be part of an ongoing government restructuring exercise that is expected to bring in new faces in key portfolios.
Kajese has been the chief of protocol for more than three decades, working most of his career under the late former President Robert Mugabe.
He kept his role after President Emmerson Mnangagwa came to power in late 2017, despite initial claims he would be retired immediately together with chief secretary in the Office of the President and Cabinet Misheck Sibanda and other senior officials who had served under Mugabe.
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