By Patience Nyangove
WITH the Sixth Swapo Party Congress underway in Windhoek, where President Hage Geingob will wrestle with Sport, Youth and National Service Minister, Jerry Ekandjo, and former Prime Minister, Nahas Angula, political analysts told Confidente this week that the country could face instability, if two centres of power is created.
The two centres of power concept is being pushed by those opposed to Geingob, and if the Head of State fails to overcome Ekandjo and Angula this weekend, the result will be the party having a different president to the country.
Postdoctoral research fellow at the University of Johannesburg’s Faculty of Humanities, Dr Pedzisai Ruhanya, believes two centres of power work best in mature democracies in the West, and not in Africa.
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