Walvis, Arandis, Usakos mayors lose Swapo primaries

11 Oct 2015 08:40am
SWAKOPMUND, 10 OCT (NAMPA) - The mayors of Walvis Bay, Arandis and Usakos did not make it in the Swapo primary elections.
The mayors are Uilika Nambahu, for Walvis; Daniel Muhuura for Arandis and Gustav //Garobasen !Hoaeb for Usakos.
The 2015 Regional and Local Authority elections are scheduled for 27 November.
Swakopmund mayor Nehemiah Salomon, Maria Aila Haufiku (Henties Bay) and David Ipinge (Karibib) made it onto the list of election candidates.
Swapo Regional Coordinator for Erongo Philipus Heita announced the candidates at a media conference in Swakopmund on Friday.
At regional level, Mike Tjirare is being replaced by Johannes Hamutenya for the Omaruru Constituency. Benitha Imbamba replaces Asser Kapere at Arandis, while Usiel Xoagub lost his position to Melania Ndjago in Karibib.
Other councillors who returned as sole candidates are Juuso Kambueshe for the Swakopmund Constituency, Hafeni Ndemula and John Nangolo for Walvis Urban and Rural, and Ehrnst Katjiku for the Daures Constituency.
The Walvis Bay Town Council candidates are Tobias Nambala, Hilka Erastus, Simson Nghilumbua, Lilo Niilenge, Paulus Kauhondamwa, Saara Shailemo, Immanuel Wilfred (management chairperson), Penelope Martin, Matheus Ndeshikeya and Hedwig Mandean.
Erriki Shitana, Paulina Nashilundo, Kleopas Jason Ngwena, Maria Elago, Assertha Marsh, Andreas Jonas, Ipupa Kasheeta, Piet Carstens and Penny Shileka will stand for Swakopmund town.
At Henties Bay, Herman Hosabe Honeb, Renier Gomachab, Christa Kahambundu, Teofilus Januali, Wilhelmina Mapanka and Olivia Nambala were elected.
Onesmus Mangundu, Irya Iipinge, Risto Kapenda, Tuhafeni Jairus, Simon Iiyambo Magdalena Goliate and Erriki Kapiye are the candidates for the Arandis Town Council.
In Karibib, the candidates are Petrus Nabot, Amanda Hamases, Robert Hamalwa, Monalise Karimbue, Adelheid Swartbooi and Petrus Ntoni.
Candidates for Usakos town are Laurie Elias, Aksel Mwafangeyo, Maria #Gauises, Tuhafeni Haufiku, Claudia Nashikaku, John Ramakhutla and Irene Kurtz, while Omaruru will be represented by Hendrina Tuli Maano Gebhardt, Titus Amashili, Julia Kahuure, Rudolf Hongoze, Martha Doeses, Oiva Uushona as well as Mathias Kaluhoni.
(NAMPA)
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