Shebeen owners urged to cooperate to combat Covid-19

The Namibian Police in Erongo is ready to maintain public law and order, more specifically to assist preventing the spread of the Coronavirus pandemic.

Police spokesperson Inspector Ileni Shapumba yesterday urged the public to behave with caution and due regard for one another as the responsibility to fight the Coronavirus lies with every Namibian and every non-Namibian currently within the country’s borders.
Prevailing situation should talk to shebeen owners’ conscience: Inspector Shapumba specifically called upon shebeen owners from refraining to allow the mass gathering of…

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