Venaani urges people to be safe during festive season

Stefanus Nashama

McHenry Venaani, the leader of Namibia’s official opposition party, the Popular Democratic Movement (PDM), has made a heartfelt plea to the Namibian people to prioritize safety and well-being during the festive season.

While extending his warmest wishes to everyone during this festive period, Venaani emphasizes that the safety of all individuals must be the foremost concern.

“All Namibians should remember the importance of compassion, empathy, and understanding towards one another. As we celebrate this moment with our families, let us prioritize the safety of our people,” he said.

At the same time, Venaani encouraged people to cherish their bonds, strengthening the sense of community in Namibia and fostering a deep sense of belonging.

He believes that the festive season, traditionally a time of reflection, celebration, and unity, should always be marked by the well-being and safety of the people.

“This is the time when we come together with our loved ones to celebrate the year that has passed and to face the future with optimism,” he said.

In addition to his festive greetings, the lawmaker reaffirmed his commitment to the fight for a prosperous future where all Namibians have equal access to quality education, healthcare, and economic opportunities.

He vowed to continue advocating for transparent governance, accountability, and the protection of human rights, ensuring that the voices of all Namibians are not only heard but also effectively represented.

Addressing the nation’s challenges, Venaani acknowledged the substantial effort required to tackle key issues and create a brighter and more inclusive Namibia.

He urged everyone to work tirelessly towards addressing these challenges, striving for a stronger and more inclusive nation.

As the New Year approaches, Venaani encouraged the nation to embrace it with optimism, determination, and a shared vision for a more robust Namibia.

“Together, we can overcome any obstacle and build a nation that we can all take pride in,” he said.

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