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Kenya is a special friend to Namibia – Geingob

Written by Erasmus Shalihaxwe on 21 March 2019

WINDHEOK 21, MAR (NAMPA) – President Hage Geingob on Thursday expressed gratitude towards Kenya for its contribution to Namibia’s liberation struggle, labeling the East-African nation a ‘friend’ to Namibia due to its assistance in helping to maintain peace right after the attainment of independence.

President Geigob made these remarks during his keynote address at the 29th Independence Day celebrations in the capital.

Geingob said Namibia’s freedom was attained due the Pan-African bond shared “with our b ...


Kenyatta lauds Namibia, Kenya relationship during Independence Day celebrations

Written by Anna Salkeus on 21 March 2019

WINDHOEK, 21 MAR (NAMPA) – Independence Day affords Namibians the opportunity to reflect on the many milestones achieved nationally but also collectively as an African people, Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta has said.

Kenyatta was speaking as the guest of honour during the 29th Independence Day celebrations here on Thursday.

He said Namibians should strive to build and entrench peaceful, democratic and prosperous societies, where people can realise their full potential without discrimination or prejudice. ...

Kenya is a special friend to Namibia – Geingob

WINDHEOK 21, MAR (NAMPA) – President Hage Geingob on Thursday expressed gratitude towards Kenya for its contribution to Namibia’s liberation struggle, labeling the East-African nation a ‘friend’ to Namibia due to its assistance in helping to maintain peace right after the attainment of independence. (Video by Lydia Pitiri) (NAMPA)

Kenyatta lauds Namibia, Kenya relationship during Independence Day celebrations

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