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Fishcor Ex Boss exposes Swapo fishing quota benefits

DESPITE the ruling party denying that it benefited from Namibia’s biggest fishing corruption, former Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of State-owned National Fishing Corporation of Namibia (Fishcor), Mike Nghipunya, says the party benefited by receiving N$44 million from fishing quotas in 2017. This payment, he says was paid directly to Swapo.

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Shaningwa ignores Geingob’s orders

It is alleged that Swapo Secretary-General, Sophia Shaningwa, continues to defy an order issued by President Hage Geingob to apologise to Okorukambe district coordinator, Frans Murangi, for having removed him from his position in 2017, in place of another candidate despite the ruling party having endorsed his election.

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Hands-off Swapo, Geingob

Swapo Party regional coordinator for //Kharas and member of the Central Committee, Mathew Mumbala, says the Fishrot scandal is unfairly being used to destroy the ruling party and its leadership ahead of the 2024 elections.

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