WHILE some sectors of the society may perceive his death as good riddance in light of his record, to us and his relatives, his passing away is but one of numerous indicators that the country’s jail cells are seemingly not meant for the rehabilitation of perpetrators of violent crimes, but they are in truth the death sentence incognito. – The family of Eddy /Gomxob who was killed in the Windhoek Central Prison and organisation called Light to the Captive of Namibia says in the statement. The family wants to sue the Ministry of Safety and Security for N$900 000 in connection with his death.
LET’S fight crime together. I will pay you if you bring me information regarding a crime, provided such information is timely, valid and continuous. Such information should lead me to arrest someone. – Festus Shilongo, Police Commissioner for the Khomas region informed the Katutura Central constituency residence that they can earn money by reporting illegal acts within the constituency to the police.
WE were in the struggle together, but since 1989 I don’t deal with The Namibian. – Local Government Minister Jerry Ekandjo refused to comment to The Namibian newspaper.
From the History Books
LET’S face it, confusion is what we’re living with – not being able to make sense of what’s happening to us from day to day. – Paul Muldoon (born June 20 1951) is an Irish poet. He has published over thirty collections and won a Pulitzer Prize for Poetry and the TS Eliot Prize.