Harare-Zimbabwe Hospital Doctors Association (ZHDA) president, Dr Peter Magombeyi has resigned.
In a letter addressed to the organization’s secretary-general, Dr Magombeyi said he was stepping aside for personal reasons.
“I cannot thank all the doctors enough for the opportunities the Zimbabwe Hospital Doctors Association (ZHDA) has provided me,”
“Working with you has been incredibly instrumental in my personal growth and I will never forget the struggle we go through every day, trying to come up with a functional health delivery system that benefits all Zimbabweans and our welfare as doctors. ALUTA CONTINUA!
“I regret to inform you that I am resigning from my position here, immediately as the President for ZHDA for personal reasons” wrote Magombeyi
He said Friday will be the last day that he will serve as the association’s president.
“I do not intend to inconvenience you with this news, and I hope you will accept my most sincere apologies in making Friday, the 24th of January 2020 my last day as the President of the aforementioned association I know this is unexpected, but am happy to assist the association in the replacement process to help alleviate the transition.
“I loved my job and I will look back on my time here with wonderful memories. May you all stay blessed,” he said
Magombeyi I grabbed headlines last year after he was allegedly abducted by suspected state security agents.
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