MMC Nkuli Mbundu resigns as City of Johannesburg's councillor

By Neo Poho

After 18 months in service, ActionSA's Nkuli Mbundu has resigned as the City of Johannesburg's councillor.

Although Mbundu has resigned as the councillor of the City of Johannesburg, the former MMC said he would still remain a member of ActionSA particularly because he wants to help the organisation grow to become to a formidable force in 2024 and bring about change in the country.

Upon his resignation, Mbundu thanked his party, ActionSA, for their confidence in him and the opportunity to lead in government and do his bit to bring about change.

“There was never a dull moment in my time of serving as every day was an adventure and one could not predict what surprises they will encounter on any given day, I have really learned precious lessons.

“I thank my fellow multiparty colleagues and councillors, the officials in the city, my coaches and support structure in business and our social media family for the support throughout this journey," Mbundu said.

Meanwhile, Johannesburg caucus whip Marcel Coutriers, reiterated that during his tenure, Mbundu demonstrated exceptional leadership qualities with a deep commitment to ethical leadership.

"He contributed to the production stage of the long-awaited job seeker database, developed in conjunction with Wits University, which sought to anonymously randomise the allocation of jobs indiscriminately to unemployed young people and end the phenomenon of patronage and cadre deployment," Coutriers said.

Before moving on to his new venture, Mbundu has alluded that he will now take time out and focus on his family life.

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