UN-AU envoy Hanna Serwah Tetteh visits Zambia
By Derrick Sinjela and Ashton Kelly Bunda
SPECIAL Representative of the UN Secretary General to the African Union Hanna Serwah Tetteh, will visit Zambia read a Friday 28 May 2021 communication circulated by United Nations Information Centre (UNIC) National Information Officer Mark Maseko.
According to Mr. Maseko, the Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary-General to the African Union and Head of the United Nations Office to the African Union, Hanna Serwah Tetteh, will visit Zambia from Sunday 30th May to Friday 4th June 2021, as part of the United Nations’ continued engagement and support to Zambia ahead of the August 2021 General Elections.
“The purpose of Madame Tetteh’s visit is to consult with the Government and other
stakeholders on the United Nations’ continuing assistance to Zambia in addressing all national priorities and maintaining a peaceful national environment during this period and beyond”, said United Nations Resident Coordinator in Zambia, Coumba Mar Gadio.
During her visit, Ms. Tetteh, formerly Ghanaian Foreign Affairs Minister will meet with senior Government officials, the Electoral
Commission of Zambia (ECZ), key national institutions, United Nations agencies, the
diplomatic corps, Civil Society Organisations (CSO’s) and Non-Governmental Organisations (NGO’s), as well as the media.
Ms. Tetteh equally previously served as Commerce, Trade and Industry Minister of Ghana will equally engage with representatives of special interest groups, such as
youth, women, persons with disabilities and Faith-Based Organisations (FBO’s).