My former enemies, my fellow citizens and now also my friends and comrades in the struggle against discrimination, inequalities, poverty, unemployment, corruption and other forms of injustice in our country: first and foremost, I humbly apologize to you, once more, for having been unable to arrive in Opuwo on September 21 2014 and express my own and NamRights’ solidarity with you, in person, in your struggle for justice, equality, freedom and peace.
Published: Nov 07, 2014 - 10:17 AM
Read more about SECOND MARCH AND MEETING OF EX-SWATF-KOEVOET SOLDIERS: KEYNOTE ADDRESS BY PHIL YA NANGOLOH, EX-PLAN COMBATANT AND EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF NAMRIGHTS
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In a front page report this morning and under the title of “Namoloh tells former Koevoet where to Get off”, State-funded daily newspaper, New Era, cited Regional and Local Government and Housing Minister, Maj-General (ret.) Charles Namoloh, of having accused me, Phil ya Nangoloh, of “intimidating” people and of “inciting violence”. Maj-General Namoloh was ostensibly reacting to my advice last Sunday that, as aggrieved persons, former SWATF-Koevoet members have the right under the Namibian Constitution to challenge the Veterans Act 2008 (Act 2 of 2008) for being discriminatory against them.
Published: Nov 06, 2014 - 02:49 PM
Read more about IN RESPONSE TO NAMOLOH’S BUFFOONERY
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