Good day Your Excellency (3): Cabinet files
Good evening Sir. On a lighter note I realise and recognise that you have three Ncubes in your Cabinet. You can never go wrong with Ncubes Sir.
From the onset of my letters to you, I sought to appeal to you that there was an inherent need to inculcate a new leadership culture in our country. Gone must be the patronage ilk and in must come the servant leadership mantra. I am grateful that so far you have committed to be a listening leader and a servant leader.
I hear the Cabinet is down to 20 and the age averagely is now hovering at 55.
I hear a renowned banker is now in the Finance Ministry and I hear some permanent ministers have been unglued.
I hear a large part of the country is happy.
Thank you for listening your Excellency. I pray you continue listening.
A leader of good judgment gives stability; an exploiting leader leaves a trail of waste.
Proverbs 29:4 MSG
I believe the appointments were the easier part. Avoiding disappointing the nation is the bigger task Sir.
I pray that the path to the reform agenda and servant leadership does not detour nor derail.