FCC to appoint CEO for Vision 2022 project

Francistown City Mayor Her worship Slyvia Muzila giving her acceptance speech to the office of mayor. Pic Keoagile Bonang
Francistown City Mayor Her worship Slyvia Muzila giving her acceptance speech to the office of mayor. Pic Keoagile Bonang

FRANCISTOWN: City mayor, Sylvia Muzila says a CEO to head Moiplek Holding Company, a private company set up by the Francistown City Council (FCC), will be appointed in two months time.

The company was established following the enactment of the Local Government Act of 2012, which allows local authorities to form private companies in a bid to improve economies of their localities. One of Moiplek’s objectives is to help spearhead the Vision 2022, which is the brainchild of the FCC whose aim is to improve the economic vibrancy of the city.

 An advertisement to appoint the CEO will be out soon, according to the mayor. “If things go according to plan and the CEO is appointed, I believe we will be able to conduct further consultations with the community in order to come up with a sound investment strategy for the city,” Muzila said when addressing a full council meeting on Monday.

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