A Leader Should Be Well-Behaved

Ward 22 Community Action Team (CAT) member, Irene Moyo, says she has learnt over years that a community leader should be someone well-behaved.

Moyo was speaking to ZDDT News recently, a few minutes before attending an expanded Zone Meeting organised by the trust in Nkulumane.

Above: ZDDT Field Officer, Florah Mutig addresses CAT members during an Expanded Zone Meeting in Nkulumane Hall recently.

Ward 22 Community Action Team (CAT) member, Irene Moyo, says she has learnt over years that a community leader should be someone well-behaved.

Moyo was speaking to ZDDT News recently, a few minutes before attending an expanded Zone Meeting organised by the trust in Nkulumane.

Having received capacity training from ZDDT, CAT members are residents who work closely with councillors in their respective wards in spearheading development.

“I have learnt that a leader should be someone well-behaved and that he or she should be a person who knows how to work well with the people,” said Moyo.

“A leader must also learn to listen to different opinions coming from different people.”

 Above: Irene Moyo

Moyo, who said she has always worked with ZDDT since the inception of the CAT concept, added she vividly remembers the clean-up campaigns they used to embark on in Nkulumane Clinic and Hall in early 2000s.

“I have learnt that being a role model in your community is a good thing,” she added while thanking ZDDT for grooming her.