By Elvis Muraranganda
PRESIDENT Hage Geingob has urged the delegates to the Sixth Swapo Congress, underway in Windhoek, to avoid two centres of power, where there is a different party leader and State president, while adding that he will not be able to work with those who are pushing for this.
Geingob was also adamant that he cannot have a divided Cabinet.
He urged congress delegates to not only vote for him, as an individual, but also for his slate of candidates for the Swapo vice-president, secretary-general (SG) and deputy SG posts, who are Minister of International Relations and Cooperation Netumbo Nandi-Ndaitwah, Urban and Rural Development Minister Sophia Shaningwa and former Deputy Prime Minister and Swapo Party School Rector Marco Hausiku.
Geingob, who has been consistent in his campaign messages, as he criss-crossed the country’s 14 regions to engage them and receive their endorsements, has told Swapo delegates and central committee candidates that his slate must be elected, in order to preserve peace and unity.
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