Three Africans appointed UN Resident Coordinators

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The United Nations Secretary-General, António Guterres, appointed 3 African personalities to positions of responsibility on Wednesday, December 1.

Nelson Muffuh of Cameroon has been appointed UN Resident Coordinator in South Africa. Hopolang Phororo, from Lesotho is the new UN Resident Coordinator in Namibia, while Olufunmilayo Abosede Balogun-Alexander, from Nigeria, has been appointed as UN Resident Coordinator in Timor-Leste.

Nelson Muffuh brings more than 20 years of experience in international relations and negotiations, political and development issues at the United Nations Headquarters, regional and country levels.

Prior to his appointment as United Nations Resident Coordinator . . .

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