On the Status of Caprivi Strip human rights practitioner Phil ya Nangoloh explains why Caprivi Strip it has never been part of the German colony of South West Africa (GSWA) and consequently that the disputed territory is not now part of Namibia as well as his view about why and how the secessionist attack on August 2 1999 took place in Caprivi Strip (now Zambezi Region).
The documents are attached in PDF form.
Published: Sep 15, 2015 - 10:47 AM
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Dear Mr. President:
You may well be the political Messiah which our tormented nation has been waiting for, for so long, for its healing and movement forward towards genuine fostering of peace, unity and a common loyalty to a single state and towards securing to all our citizens genuine justice, equality, liberty and solidarity.
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