Tuesday, June 18, 2024

PwC Zambia names Andrew Chibuye as Country Senior Partner


PricewaterhouseCoopers, one of the worlds most prestigious Professional Services firms have appointed Andrew Chibuye to head its Zambia office as Senior Country Partner effective 01 July 2020.

Mr Chibuye takes over from Nasir Ali who is retiring at the end of June.

Mr. Chibuye (37) has served the firm for sixteen and half years from Associate level all the way through Managerial ranks ending up as Associate Director and Partner.

His last role was that of Country Assurance Leader, a role he held for the last 10-months before his recent promotion to Senior Country Partner.

He has also worked for PwC London.

Mr. Chibuye is a Fellow of the Zambia Institute of Chartered Accountants (ZICA) and an Associate of the Association of Chartered Accountants (ACCA).

He is holder of a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from the Alliance Manchester Business School.

And Mr Chibuye has thanked God and his friends and family for their support.

“Dear Lord..I thank you…we thank you.Dear Mainza, where would I be without you? I thank you, I love you. Dear GLC. My friends have told me that you must be proud looking down from where you are… I just wish you were here sir… rest easy sir… I thank you… we thank you. Dear Mum… our immovable pillar… I thank you… we thank you.“

“Dear Jeremy, Chanda and Chali… my people! I thank you… we thank you.. To my Pastor and friend Reverend Bruce Msidi…To my mentor… my Country Senior Partner for the last 10 years Nasir Ali…To all of you my PwC family… past and present…To all of you my friends and family… I say thank you for your support. Indeed I have stood on the shoulders of giants…I salute!!“

He continued, “We were born for a time such as this and so bh the grace of God we will do what we must so that those that come after us will testify that indeed we did what we could. I am grateful for all of your kind words my friends… I am, in equal measure, excited and humbled at the opportunity that has been granted to us… I could go on but will end here with… Proverbs 3:5-6 Trust in the LORD with all your heart, And lean not on your own understanding; In all your ways acknowledge Him, And He shall direct your paths.”


  1. Wow, at just 37, these are the young men who make those in their 40s look like failures in life. Well done it looks like CEOs are now in their 30s.

  2. Good job young man. Its only under pf that we are seeing such young people making it this high up in organisations. By the way, ba diaspora this young man worked in diaspora but still decided to come back home because he knew there is no better place than home. You see that is the difference between those that go there to further their studies and those who are asylum seekers like tarino and his fellow sadists. Kz

  3. Kwekwekwekwekwe….nice one, KZ. Congrats, Andrew. That’s why Tarino or Spaka are so bitter, they ended up second class citizens while Andrew and the likes come back and excel in their countries as exemplary African leaders not economic refugees.

  4. KZ stop insulting well meaning citizens will not insulate you as public enemy of Zambia. You or impostor, Zambians will not forget that you have harassed, beaten, maimed, humiliated, kidnapped, fired guns and shot Zambians and dehumanise Zambians. Zambians deserve justice and time is coming to get it. Cleansing yourself on this site will not wash up, records, living witnesses exist and testimonies will be in your face.

  5. I am a qualified economist and if pf can offer me a good role in government with paid for accomodation, car and other expenses paid for I can work for them. We are all trying to survive.

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