Namoloh praises Kunene people for Swapo's victory

03 Dec 2014 17:20pm
OPUWO, 03 DEC (NAMPA) – The chairperson of Swapo’s national leaders assigned to the Kunene Region, Charles Namoloh thanked the regional inhabitants for the trust they have in Swapo.
Swapo won six out of seven constituencies in this region - Epupa, Khorixas, Kamanjab, Sesfontein, Opuwo Urban and Outjo - during the 2014 National Assembly election held together with the Presidential election on Friday last week.
The DTA of Namibia won the Opuwo Rural Constituency.
For the past 24 years, Swapo was the official opposition in all constituencies.
Namoloh said the people of Kunene made the right choice to vote for prosperity, progress and deliverance, adding that Swapo has achieved practical development programmes, and will continue to improve such through its good policies.
“I am very proud of the Kunene people,” he said.
Kunene Governor, Josua //Hoebeb also congratulated the entire community of his region for Swapo’s victory, saying that this was a clear indication of the confidence they have in the ruling party.
He called on the community to participate in developmental issues to take the region to greater heights.
“I wish you all the best, and Merry Christmas and a prosperous new year,” noted //Hoebeb.
The Deputy Minister of Gender Equality and Child Welfare, Angelika Muharukua, who was in the region when the results were announced on Monday evening, said Swapo’s victory in the region was all due to hard work and coordinated efforts.
She applauded the inhabitants for a job well done.
Meanwhile, DTA president McHenry Venaani said after the announcement of the elections’ results that he was not concerned about the results for the Kunene Region, because he is certain that his party will win back all constituencies in future.