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28 July 2015 | Opinion

Hage and AR Well done President Hage Geingob for showing true leadership and compassion to the country when you reached a solution with the AR. *I have never been so proud of my country as I am today. Thank you Mr President for sitting down and engaging with the AR leaders to reach a solution that will not cause bloodshed. *VIVA Hage Geingob. Thank you for showing the rest of the Swapo leadership that good solutions can be found and not just people insulting others. *I was so nervous about 31 July and what Namibians would do to take land. Thank you AR and President Geingob for reaching an agreement. I am sure things will go well from now on. Mass housing The mass housing mess is a government mess and no one should blame the other for it. Just take responsibility. *Where is the money? Why are contractors not paid when they are appointed? ACC must investigate. Nampower I am not surprised. Namibia has too much tender fraud. These officials must be investigated quickly as they are still being paid while suspended. *NamPower must shape up or ship out. We need electricity to be affordable and accessible by all. The current leadership cannot provide it. House prices Nobody can afford to buy a house in Windhoek. The developers and estate agents are killing us. Government must intervene. *President Geingob, help us. We also want to afford a house for ourselves. Bring the prices down. *It is a free market system and the government cannot intervene. Decentralise and house prices in Windhoek will come down. Obama Why must we care about Obama in Kenya? America does not care about Africa, only what they can take from us. Go home Obama. Just because you were born in Africa does not make you African.

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