FORMER National Council Chairperson, Margaret Mensah-Williams, announced on her social media account that her credentials were officially approved on Monday by Donald Trump, the former President of the United States.
“Historic. My credentials were approved by former President Trump on the 18th of January 2021 as Ambassador extraordinary and Plenipotentiary,” she wrote on her Facebook account.
The letter reads in part “The Office of the Chief of Protocol wishes to inform that, due to the exigencies of the COVID-19 pandemic, Ambassador Margaret Natalie Mensah-Williams’ credentials were formally accepted by President Trump on January 18, 2021, in a paper-based process. She is now accredited as Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary and fully empowered to represent Namibia in the United States. We offer Ambassador Mensah-Williams our congratulations and look forward to working with her in the near future.”
She said that her first assignment is to fly the Namibian flag.
She also represented Namibia at the inauguration of the new President, Joe Biden, and his administration.
“Thanks for the love and support during my first steps in my new journey. Love you all,” Mensah-Williams told her followers.