Refugees Want Back
WE ARE so shocked about the delay for the Namibian refugees in Botswana who have handed their names already to the Red Cross Society and UN offices in Botswana [Dukwe refugee camp] that they are willing to return home. They handed their names in last year November and they were promised that by December they would be in Namibia but since then nothing has been done to fulfil that promise. When they asked to the Red Cross Society and UN offices in Botswana [Dukwe refugee camp] why they were not taken to Namibia, they were told since their names were sent to the Namibian government and the Red Cross Society for verification no feedback was received back in Botswana. Without that the refugees cannot be transported to Namibia.
School enrolment is happening now and our humble request to our Namibian government and Red Cross Society or any ministry or department working with this issue is to look into this matter as soon as possible as our intention is to take our brothers and children to schools before all the doors close.
Joy shall touch the clouds upon the approval of their names and their arrival in the Republic of Namibia in January.