… Hands over 243 houses in Walvis Bay
By Confidente Reporter
PRESIDENT Hage Geingob has urged the private sector to continue to work together with his government to achieve the nation’s developmental objectives, and the goal of creating a Namibian House, where “no one will feel left out”.
“Let us continue to march forward in unity, with vigour and a sense of urgency and do everything in our power to meet the social needs of our people,” Geingob said last Friday in Walvis Bay, where he handed over 243 newly completed houses that were constructed by contractors under the Massive Urban Land Servicing Project (MULSP).
Geingob said that in keeping with government’s ongoing commitment towards improving the livelihood of the Namibian people, as well as its declaration of an all-out war on poverty in 2015, his administration had launched the MULSP, to expedite its ongoing efforts, in terms of the servicing and delivery of residential land and affordable housing in urban areas
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