IPC prepares for national GMC launch

Stefanus Nashama

The Independent Patriots for Change (IPC) is gearing up to launch its national Ground Mobilization Commandos (GMCs) on February 3, 2024.

The event is set to take place at the Okapale Soccer field in the Goreangab Dam informal settlement, with the assembly point at the Old Compound-Youth Complex Entrance.

The IPC’s GMCs have been actively engaging with communities, understanding their concerns, and disseminating the party’s vision.

The upcoming national launch aims to showcase the commitment of these mobilizers and play a crucial role in creating a more informed electorate.

The event is expected to attract members, sympathizers, and followers of the IPC, emphasizing the importance of the GMCs in reaching a broader audience.

The party’s door-to-door recruitment initiative has seen a significant increase in membership.

This approach not only aims to bolster the party’s ranks but also serves an educational purpose, enlightening the public on the importance of participating in the upcoming presidential and national elections scheduled for November.

Immanuel Nashinge, IPC’s National Spokesperson, reported a surge in new memberships, necessitating the printing of more membership cards.

This increase is attributed to the party’s effective door-to-door campaign, which has attracted a diverse range of new members over the past two years.

Nashinge also noted the enthusiasm among Namibians for political change and their eagerness to engage in political activities and elections.

The frequent inquiries about IPC membership cards further underscore the party’s growing popularity.

Political Analyst Sakaria Johannes commented on the significance of the GMCs initiative, considering it a potent strategy for the IPC in the run-up to the 2024 elections.

He believes that such innovative approaches not only position the IPC advantageously but also contribute to educating and informing the public about the party’s objectives and activities.

Johannes observed that there is a widespread desire for change in Namibia. He emphasized that it’s crucial for political parties to persuade the populace to participate in the 2024 elections, helping them understand who to vote for and why.

Johannes also lauded the IPC for introducing dynamic changes in the Namibian political landscape, signalling potentially significant developments as the country approaches the elections.

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