Dimbulukeni Nauyoma

NEFF disappointed in justice system as activist are remanded in jail

NEFF disappointed in justice system as activist are remanded in jail

Obrein Simasiku The Namibia Economic Freedom Fighters (NEFF) has claimed political manipulation of the justice system, as its activist Michael Amushelelo together with Affirmative Repositioning movement's (AR) Dimbulukeni Nauyoma, were remanded in custody until 28 July, as they made their second court appearance today. "This is a waste of time and state resources. How can they continue postponing the matter when they (justice) know they have no strong case against our activists. We know and understand that this is politics at work, and we shall make sure that those chaffing the cards will be taken to task," said NEFF's second…
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Amushelelo’s wife claims being stalked

Amushelelo’s wife claims being stalked

Martin Endjala The Namibia Economic Freedom Fighters have registered a case of allege harassment of the wife of Michael Amushelelo, Juliet Amushelelo. In a media statement, NEFF said that Juliet was allegedly followed by four men in a black vehicle. The men allegedly abandoned their mission when they realised that the victim became aware of being trailed. Her husband in awaiting trial in detention after he was refused bail for his involvement in protest at China Town last month. Juliet was also detained but was released with other fellow protestors and her husband and Dimbulukeni Nauyoma are the only ones…
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China Town saga bail application postponed

China Town saga bail application postponed

Obrein Simasiku The fight for bail in the China Town protest rages on in the Katutura Magistrate’s Court with defence lawyers set to make final submissions tomorrow afternoon.The matter was postponed today following cross examinations of both accused and the state witness, who happens to be the police investigator, warrant officer Nakanyala, who is objecting to the granting of bail,The matter involves Namibia Economic Freedom Fighter (NEFF) commissar for economic development Michael Amushelelo, who was arrested on Friday morning after handing himself over to the Police, while his co-accused Affirmative Repositioning Movement (AR) activist Dimbulukeni Nauyoma was apprehended hours later…
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Relentless NEFF mobilises another mass protest<br>…..Police warns against lawlessness

Relentless NEFF mobilises another mass protest
…..Police warns against lawlessness

Obrein Simasiku The Namibia Economic Freedom Fighters (NEFF) is organising yet another mass protest on Wednesday in solidarity and to demand the release of its arrested commissar for economic development Michael Amushelelo as well his co-accused Affirmative Repositioning activist, Dimbulukeni Nauyoma, who are fighting for bail in the Katutura Magistrate’s court.The police Inspector General Sebastian Ndeitunga has however reminded the public against lawlessness when undertaking such demonstrations, saying “some people do these things deliberately to provoke the situation, which is not supposed to be the case as we ought to be law abiding citizens.”Ndeitunga said the police were notified of…
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