The Landless Pay Tribute

FIRST COUPLE … Former first lady Monica Geingos and president Hage Gein- gob. Photo: Namibian Presidency

TO the former first lady, madam Monica Geingos, the children, and the Geingob and Kalondo families: It is indeed is a great loss, not only to Namibia, but the world, because of president Hage Geingob’s work with the United Nations regarding issues of governance and democracy.

We pray for renewed strength and courage for those closest to you.

We, the Movement of Landless Namibians, want to express our gratitude to our president for opening talks around ancestral land claims.

It is up to us to carry it through and make sure it does not disappear from the agenda.

His excellency was instrumental in the burial of our deceased leader, Ausi Sululu Isaacks, in 2016 on the resettlement farm Versailles, which was allocated to the movement in 2011.

We are immensely grateful for that gesture.

We take note of your good deeds during your time in office as the president, but also for the foundations you have laid in all areas of work before and after independence.

You have done well!

We appeal to all Namibians to unite and give our hero, leader and international icon the dignified farewell he deserves.

May your soul rest in peace.

//Naosan /Aes, Movement of Landless Namibians

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