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The Namibian
Tue 21 Apr 2015
 IS it not a strange coincidence that about 54 rhinos are found killed this year alone, while it was now established that Namibia needs 54 locomotives?
 OFFICERS Hamunyela and Kamati at the Otjomuise satellite police station, thank you for the good service. And remember keep on smiling, it makes the world go round. That was good customer service. Well done!
 PRESIDENT Hage Geingob, some foreigners, especially the Nigerians, marry Namibian women for citizenship only. They make business and abuse their wives in their own homes. Please look into this matter. The Namibian women are suffering.
 NOW that it is clear that Job Amupanda never made those remarks about the elderly, can those who have been insulting him apologise to him? You can't keep a good man down. Long live current and future leader Etondo lyaNehale!
 Ministry of health, why is the salary of enrolled nurses the same as that of assistant nurses? Enrolled nurses study for two years, while the assistants study for six months only. Permanent secretary, Andrew Ndishishi. we need answers, please.
Is Hage Geingob's cabinet the right size to deal with Namibia's biggest issues?

1. Yes, his appointments are solid

2. No, too many cooks spoil the broth

3. Maybe, but he'll have to manage them well

4. Hell no! The problems are too big to fix in 1 term

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FRONT PAGE | 2010-03-05
Patients try to keep appointments with jailed doc
COVINGTON - Patients of a northern Kentucky psychiatrist jailed on a charge he stabbed a woman with a sword have tried to keep appointments with him in jail.
Kenton County jail Chief Deputy Scott Colvin said deputies have had to turn away several patients of Douglas Rank, charged last month with first-degree assault in an attack on 32-year-old woman.
Colvin told the Kentucky Enquirer that some patients have asked if they could drop off Rank's prescription pad at the jail so he could write their prescriptions.
Colvin said the requests have been denied, as prisoners are not allowed to practice their trade in jail.
At a hearing on Tuesday, witnesses said the psychiatrist towered over his bloodied patient with a sword in both hands before he was distracted and had the weapon wrestled away from him. - Nampa-AP


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