Speaking to the Business Daily, Mr Chiloba conveyed that he is proud to have served in the IEBC but he is uncertain about doing it again.
"Whilst I love challenges, the only thing I don’t like is doing the same thing over and over again. I avoid monotony. This was an unparalleled experience and I’m glad so far, all the efforts invested in the last two and a half years, have gotten us to where we are. Would I do this again? I think that’s gone. It’s passed," he explained.
The former UNDP Programme Analyst conveyed that his life goals are geared toward the corporate world. "Although my ambition after I left the UN was to join the private sector, I wanted to be a CEO in some private sector at the age of 39. Now I’m 39," he hinted.
According to the Constitution, full-time commissioners and holders of independent offices, such as the IEBC CEO's, shall only serve for a limited period of one term of six years. "A member of a commission, or the holder of an independent office—(a) unless ex officio, shall be appointed for a single term of six years and is not eligible for re-appointment," Article 250 (6) of the Law stipulates.
He also had a few words for the next CEO, who would take his place at the electoral body's management team. "You got no friends in town so just do your job. Since it’s a political process, it doesn’t matter how long it takes just stick to the rules.
"Also, never ever receive praise from a politician because....continue reading next page>>>
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