Baherero want to return home


MAUN: The Chairperson of North West District Council, Duncan Enga has revealed that 949 Batswana of Namibian origin had registered to relocate back to Namibia.

Addressing a full council meeting on Monday, Enga said this emerged during the ongoing consultations between the government and people who have expressed the desire to return to Namibia. Enga explained that consultations are ongoing to facilitate repatriation of Batswana of Namibian decent back to their ancestral homeland. 

He said the verification exercise was conducted in June at Tsau, Nokaneng, Qangwa, Maun, Toteng, Sehitwa, Kareng and Makakung to ascertain the list of applicants.

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