Michael Amushelelo

Amushelelo granted bail

Amushelelo granted bail

Martin Endjala The Namibia Economic Freedom Fighter member and activist Michael Amushelelo was today released on N$3000 bail in the Walvis Bay magistrate court following his arrest last week Friday during a protest. This was confirmed today by his lawyer Kadhila Amoomo who also informed this publication that the matter was postponed to 13 March 2023 for further investigations. Amoomo added that his clients bail conditions stipulate that he is not to participate in any unlawful protests and he is not to go anywhere near the complex where shoprite is. The NEEF activist was arrested while supporting shoprite workers protesting…
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Amushelelo gives up on activism<br>…to focus on building children

Amushelelo gives up on activism
…to focus on building children

Obrein Simasiku The vibrant activist, politician and beleaguered forex trader, Michael Amushelelo has thrown in the proverbial towel, saying it is time to rebuild his life because it is pointless to fight for mentally enslaved people unwilling to be helped. “As a normal thinking human being, I have come to the realization that it is pointless and hopeless fighting for people who are not willing to fight for themselves. I have done my level best to make people see that the system needs to change, but I guess people are comfortable being exploited, the youth are happy being unemployed. Unfortunately,…
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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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Activists shutdown China Town …..NEFF president, 7 others to spend weekend in jail

Activists shutdown China Town …..NEFF president, 7 others to spend weekend in jail

Obrein Simasiku Eight suspects, including the president of Namibia Economic Freedom Fighters (NEFF) Epaphras Mwiikilongo, and his commissar Michael Amushelelo will spend the rest of the weekend in police custody after their arrest during a demonstration at China Town this morning. Others includes, AR activist Dimbulukeni Nauyoma and Amushelelo's wife Juliata. This is because the police failed to deliver their dockets to court in time for processing and prosecution. Their legal representatives pitched up at the Katutura Magistrate's court to apply for their bail. "They can no longer appear today because we have not received the docket so that we…
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