RedForce hits back at favouritism claims

Debt-collecting agency RedForce Debt Management chief executive Julius Nyamazana says the agency is prepared to answer any question the parliament may have on its operations and ownership.

“We have never been engaged before, and we shall answer questions that will come from the parliament if there would be any,” Nyamazana said on Thursday.

He poured cold water on allegations that his company has received contracts through dubious dealings.

“RedForce is at almost each and every town. Does this mean the whole country is corrupt? Being good at our work, if it is defined as corruption, then let it be,” he said.

RedForce has faced backlash for its ‘harsh’ collection methods, with critics saying the agency has been awarded contracts in Windhoek, and at Walvis Bay, Okahandja and others without proper protocol.

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