Henny Seibeb

Seibeb wants Alweendo, Kandjoze axed

Seibeb wants Alweendo, Kandjoze axed

Martin Endjala The Landless People’s Movement has called on President Hage Geingob to relieve the ministers of Mines and Energy, Tom Alweendo and Obeth Kandjoze, the Director General of the National Planning Commission. In a statement, the deputy leader of LPM Henny Seibeb said the two must be relieved of their duties to ‘’allow for a complete independent investigation and possible prosecution’’. Seibeb alleged that judging from the ministerial statement around a deal involving the payment of 50 million dollars, it would seem that Alweendo had information of ‘’corruption by his former advisor, but did nothing about it’’. Without giving…
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Seibeb proposes interventions<br>to counter corruption

Seibeb proposes interventions
to counter corruption

Martin Endjala Member of Parliament and deputy leader of the Landless People’s Movement, Henny Seibeb has proposed that an anti-corruption network be created to fight graft to assist the Anti-Corruption Commission in bringing to book those engage in corrupt practices. Such an anti-corruption network, should comprise patriotic citizens, lawyers, private investigators, media, civil society and international experts and donors, Seibeb proposed. He added that such an anti-corruption network by the citizens should clean-up the society of neo-colonial parasitic business people and powerful foreign controlled conglomerates. Seibeb was speaking yesterday in the parliament on a motion tabled to launch an investigation…
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LPM lists Swapo leaders ‘guilty’ of hate speech

LPM lists Swapo leaders ‘guilty’ of hate speech

Martin Endjala The Landless People’s Movement has listed names of politicians who should be charged for hate speech. The party said targeted sanctions should be imposed of these individuals by international human rights bodies.LPM’s deputy leader Henny Seibeb made this revelation today at the LPM media conference held in Swakopmund. He said they have been compiling a list of hate speech transgressors since 2020 and will be handing over these names to the African Union and the United Nations human rights governing body, with an intention to impose sanctions against the individuals involved. Among the listed names are the Swapo…
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LPM demands for public apology for arrest of Mayor

LPM demands for public apology for arrest of Mayor

Staff Writer The Landless People’s Movement (LPM) is demanding a public apology from the Namibian Police for the arrest of Windhoek Mayor Sade Gawanas, at Okahandja Park informal settlement in Windhoek on Monday. Member of Parliament and Deputy Leader and Strategist of LPM, Henny Seibeb claimed the statement issued by Deputy Commissioner Kauna Shikwambi on behalf of the Police was false. “We demand a public apology because the matter happened in a public space. Kauna Shikwambi is a pathological liar. The statement she issued on Monday was not true. She was not at the Police station, someone told her lies…
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LPM wants corporates to develop communities

LPM wants corporates to develop communities

Martin Endjala The Landless People’s Movement is questioning the level of commitment of corporates to develop local communities where they operate. LPM says businesses, particularly mining companies are not ploughing back into the communities where they do business, resulting in the mushrooming of informal settlements across the Country. The party wants these companies to be held accountable. These sentiments were expressed by LPM Deputy Leader Henny Seibeb and the Youth Student Command Element leader Duminga Ndala. During today’s press conference held at the LPM headquarter in Windhoek under the theme mining and local development they particularly singled out Usakos, Omaruru…
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Seibeb calls Katjavivi an “evil old man”

Eba Kandovazu Deputy Leader of the Landless People’s Movement, Henny Seibeb, is calling on National Assembly Speaker, Peter Katjavivi to resign, characterizsing him “an evil old man”. Seibeb remarks after Katjavivi refused to hand him minutes from the Privileges and Immunity Committee’s meetings, which found him and fellow LPM leader, Bernadus Swaartboi, guilty following their conduct in Parliament during the State of the Nation Address by President Hage Geingob in April. The Committee has recommended: a reprimand; a fine not exceeding the value of a month's salary or a reduction of salary or allowances for a period not exceeding 15…
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Hinda insists Seibeb is “exaggerating” assault

Hinda insists Seibeb is “exaggerating” assault

Eba Kandovazu SWAPO Party Member of Parliament (MP), Maureen Hinda, says Landless People's Movement (LPM) leader, Henny Seibeb, is exaggerating in alleging that she slapped him in the face and his spectacles subsequently broke. Hinda describes the situation as a "Kindergarten story" and a botched trap by Seibeb that did not go according to his plans. A criminal case, according to Seibeb, has been opened with a Windhoek police station. Hinda, however, says she was not made aware of the criminal charge. The incident, she says, happened during an adjournment after LPM MP Utaara Mootu approached Hinda to ask why…
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No gun detected in LPM lawyer’s bag at Parliament . . . detection due to machine malfunction wrongfully

No gun detected in LPM lawyer’s bag at Parliament . . . detection due to machine malfunction wrongfully

Eba Kandovazu NATIONAL Assembly Speaker, Peter Katjavivi, has responded to allegations that a gun was planted in the bag of lawyer, Patrick Kauta, at Parliament building. Kauta represented Bernardus Swartbooi and Henny Seibeb at the Privileges Committee. Katjavivi denied the gun claims, saying that the gun image randomly appeared on the monitor. Katjavivi further explains that a modern scanning machine, which has a function called Threat Imagine Projection (TIP) to project knives, guns, scissors, etc, is used at the National Assembly check point. According to Katjavivi, TIP images appear randomly from time to time, and it was a coincidence that…
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Swartbooi, Seibeb feels penalty unclear

Swartbooi, Seibeb feels penalty unclear

Eba Kandovazu THE Landless People's Movement (LPM) is claiming that the penalty recommendations by the National Assembly privileges and immunities committee have not properly been communicated, nor are they clear. LPM’s Spokesperson, Eneas Emvula, says the party's next course of action will only be determined once the penalty against Bernadus Swartbooi and Henny Seibeb are clear. The penalties recommended by the committee are; a reprimand, a fine not exceeding the value of a month's salary or twice the value of the unethically-derived benefit or a reduction of salary or allowances for a period not exceeding 15 days. The committee yesterday…
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LPM wants Otjiwarongo top official booted out

LPM wants Otjiwarongo top official booted out

Staff Writer THE Landless People’s Movement (LPM) wants the Minister of Urban and Rural Development, Erastus Uutoni, to nullify the election of the Chairperson of Management Committee of the Otjiwarongo municipality, Gothard Hoko. In a strongly worded statement, LPM’s Deputy Leader and Chief Strategist, Henny Seibeb, says the election of Hoko (Swapo) was not procedural as his nomination was not seconded. He also urges the Ministry’s Executive Director, Daniel Nghidinua and Chairperson of the Magistrates’ Commission, Philanda Christiaan, to investigate and nullify “the illegal self-appointed and imposed" Chairperson of Otjiwarongo municipality's Management Committee.’ Hoko was nominated by Hilde Noreses (Swapo)…
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