Chamisa Visits Namibian Embassy To Sign Condolence Message Book

Popular Zimbabwean opposition leader & former president of the CCC, Advocate Nelson Chamisa today visited the Namibian embassy to send his condolences to the people of Namibia following the death of the country’s President, Hage Geingob early this month.

Geingob succumbed to cancer on February 4 in Windhoek, Namibia’s capital.

“Today I signed the condolences book at the Namibian Embassy in honour of a great and noble leader, the late President His Excellency Dr Hage Geingob. His leadership to Namibia and Africa will always be an enduring inspiration for the next generation of African leaders. RIP African giant!” wrote Chamisa on his X profile.


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