Zimbabwe leader Robert Mugabe has been named a ‘Goodwill Ambassador’ by the World Health Organisation. he rules the country for 3 decades and his regime is signed with strictness and unacceptance of certain categories of people, including LGBT community whom he urged to execute and castrate for ‘spreading HIV’. But now he is responsible for safeguarding international public health. But the WHO’s new director-general Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus announced the move today at a health conference praising the politician’s commitment to the public health saying he turned Zimbabwe into “a country that places universal health coverage and health promotion at the centre of its policies to provide health care to all”. In a joint statement, dozens of health bodies voiced “shock and deep concern” about the appointment, citing “President Mugabe’s long track record of human rights violations and undermining the dignity of human beings”.