Geingob’s body arrives at Casa Rosalia

President Hage Geingob’s remains have arrived at his private residence, Casa Rosalia, where his family has gathered. Former first lady Monica Geingos, the Geingob and Kalondo children, along with close family and friends bid the late president farewell on Friday. Geingob’s remains will go to Parliament Gardens where the public is allowed to view his body throughout the night until 11h30 on Saturday.

Earlier, large number of Windhoek residents gathered along the route where Geingob’s body travelled from Stat House to Casa Rosalia.

The route included Khomasdal, Katutura and the Windhoek central business district.

New billboards are being put up on Independence Avenue in Windhoek in his honour.

The procession of Geingob’s body had also been running behind schedule. This was confirmed by the Ministry of Defence and Veterans Affairs spokesperson Petrus Shilumbu.

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