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Amushelelo, Nauyoma free after 99 days

Amushelelo, Nauyoma free after 99 days

Obrein Simasiku The fight for freedom of two activists that was taken to the High Court, has paid off for Namibia Economic Freedom Fighter (NEFF) member Michael Amushelelo and Affirmative Repositioning Movement’s (AR) Dimbulukeni Nauyoma. The two have been in incarceration for 99 days since their arrest on 13 May, following their involvement in mass protests that sought to shutdown Chinese owned businesses and were released on bail. High Court judgement Christie Liebenberg today set the men free by granting them bail of N$5000 each. This is after the judge found that there were no strong grounds to have the…
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Trouble in AR family<br>…Job accused of taking bribes

Trouble in AR family
…Job accused of taking bribes

The big wigs of the Affirmative Repositioning Movement (AR) are at each other's throats relating to alleged financial mismanagement, misuse and bullying of other members. This revealed evident in a warning letter to the leader of the movement Job Amupanda penned by AR spokesperson, Simon Amunime and AR election coordinator Paulus Paulus. IN the letter the two unleashed their anger in a scathing manner to AR activist in Chief Job Amupanda, who they are accusing of character assassination, as well as implicating them in financial scandals. They say if he does not stop tarnishing their names they will be left…
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NEFF vows to continue public protests<br>…51 more days for Amushelelo, Nauyoma in custody

NEFF vows to continue public protests
…51 more days for Amushelelo, Nauyoma in custody

Obrein Simasiku Magistrate Masule Kwezi, who presided over the formal bail application of Michael Amushelelo and Dimbulukeni Nauyoma has rejected the application in remanded the two in jail until their next court appearance on 5 July. Kwezi has squashed the hopes of the two, who have been in custody since May 13, as well as that of their sympathisers who were fighting tooth and nail for them to be released on bail., by objecting to granting of bail. The Namibia Economic Freedom Fighter commissar Michael Amushelelo and Affirmative Repositioning Movement (AR)’s activist, Dimbulukeni Nauyoma did not know what was coming…
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