Hage Geingob calls for Unity in Swapo

namib times 24 July - 2015; 24-07-15

Swapo leader Geingob made the call yesterday, at the opening of the party’s Central Committee (CC) meeting in the capital, aimed at discussing the party’s Politburo Report and current developments concerning the land issue in the country, and in order to address the pressing needs for all people.

He said the Swapo Party Government will be better placed to deal with the larger task of nation building and addressing the pressing needs of our people such as food, clothing, decent shelter, medical care and education.

The Swapo Party Politburo on 17 July 2015 re-

commended to the party’s CC to expel Swapo Party Youth League (SPYL) Secretary-General (SG), Elijah Ngurare, as well as the three suspended league members – Job Amupanda, Dimbulukweni Nauyoma and George Kambala, who now lead the Affirmative Repositioning (AR) movement.

Geingob said the decision to expel Ngurare was taken some time ago before the party’s Extraordinary Congress, which took place at Swakopmund in 2013.

The decision, Geingob said, relates to matters of discipline and respect.

He said Ngurare’s expulsion was halted, as a result of intervention by the Swapo Party President, Hifikepunye Pohamba and a decision was taken to monitor his behaviour. If he repeated the same actions then he would be expelled.


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