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Hage G. Geingob
President of the Republic of Namibia
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Hage G. Geingob Jul 12
People of Otjozondjupa Region, you came in numbers and participated fully in the Town Hall Meeting in . Government will look into your concerns. The Namibian House is stronger. Thank you for coming.
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Hage G. Geingob Jul 11
This morning, I was in the Aminius Constituency, Omaheke to assess impact of drought, and relief measures. I reassured communities that Government will do everything possible to minimize loss of livestock. Farmers are also urged to reduce livestock during this period.
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Presidency | Republic of Namibia Jul 4
PHOTOS: President and First Lady , guests of President and Madame Jeannette Kagame on the occasion of Rwanda’s 25 liberation anniversary today in Kigali, Rwanda.
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Hage G. Geingob Jul 1
are out of . But there is a silver lining with NBC deploying women as analysts of the game. Well done to NBC!
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Hage G. Geingob Jun 28
 , go out and win this game. You have proven your worth as great ambassadors of the beautiful game in this . Your task now is to finish . The nation is behind you!
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Hage G. Geingob Jun 27
I express condolences to , the people and Government of Madagascar for the loss of lives following the fatal stampede on the 59th Independence Anniversary, 26 June 2019. SADC and Namibia stands in solidarity with you and we extend sympathies to family and friends.
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Hage G. Geingob Jun 26
Helalia Johannes, congratulations for winning the Durban Women’s Challenge 10km race and setting a new national record. Continue flying the Namibian flag high. We are extremely proud of your achievements. Keep it up!
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Hage G. Geingob Jun 23
 , it was a brave performance against Morocco in the opening match of the  . Play with the same courage in the next matches. We are proud of you. Well done!
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Hage G. Geingob Jun 22
Today, the Brave Warriors will lock horns against Morocco in the group of death in . I wish the players and the coaching staff the best of luck. As sporting ambassadors, your conduct on and off the field must be exemplary. , go out and win!
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Hage G. Geingob Jun 19
I had excellent bilateral talks with my dear brother and host of the US-Africa Business Summit, HE Filipe Nusi. and I discussed issues affecting the SADC region. Namibia has a privileged relationship with Mozambique and agreed to scale up politico-economic exchanges.
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Hage G. Geingob Jun 18
On 18 June 1989, I returned to Namibia after 27 years of exile. I was overwhelmed with emotion, anxiety about expectations. Looking back 30yrs later, we are a better country than the one inherited in 1990. With unity we shall overcome challenges. Don’t call me a returnee anymore.
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Hage G. Geingob Jun 16
Namibia has done considerable work in protecting the rights of the Child, ranking in top ten Child-Friendly states in Africa. As we celebrate , Namibia commits to do more to realize a brighter future for the African Child. Happy African Child Day!
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Hage G. Geingob Jun 16
Fathers play a crucial role in nurturing children and families. On this day, I wish all fathers, a very Happy Fathers Day!
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Hage G. Geingob Jun 14
Happy secret birthday. We do not know how old you are etc All the same happy many returns of the day.HG
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Hage G. Geingob Jun 9
I thank the Founding Father, Cde Sam S Nujoma, the rank and file of the SWAPO Party for joining in big numbers the 59th anniversary celebrations of our movement in the Zambezi region. SWAPO Party remains strong - in service of a united and prosperous Namibia. Thank you comrades!
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Hage G. Geingob Jun 7
Tomorrow, the rank and file of our SWAPO Party will be in large numbers in the Zambezi Region to celebrate the 59th anniversary of our political home. I look forward to joining you as we celebrate that momentous occasion. Long live SWAPO A luta continua Vitoria e certa
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Hage G. Geingob Jun 2
Namibia has strong environmental protection systems. Today, On , I urge all to keep our environment clean for a healthy nation and to fight climate change. A clean environment is key to preserving our biodiversity for future generations.
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Hage G. Geingob May 28
Congratulations H.E Peter Mutharika on your re-election and swearing in as President of the Republic of Malawi. Namibia looks forward to deepening ties with Malawi in the interest of shared prosperity in the SADC Region.
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Hage G. Geingob May 28
I warmly welcome to Namibia my Dear Brother, President of Tanzania. Tanzania is a second home to many Namibians. The solidarity that we received from Tanzania shall be remembered forever. Today, shared prosperity is the new struggle in our privileged partnership.
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Hage G. Geingob May 27
Tragic for the nation to experience the passing of two dedicated leaders in a day. I salute the contributions to a better Namibian House of freedom fighter, Cde Lotto Kuushomwa and SPYL leader, Cde Ndishoshili Nghilumbwa. Condolences to their wives, family, children and comrades
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