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Swapo consolidates

Staff Reporter

THE two centres of power and Team Swapo suffered a second humiliating defeat at the hands of the more than 600 delegates at the Swapo Electoral College.
This follows after the 2017 Elective Congress where Team Swapo was dismantled with an 80 percent majority for the party president, Dr. Hage Geingob.
The delegates rallied amongst tested Swapo cadres and punished and demoted those who drove different agendas on social media platforms mainly targeting the older and more mature party leadership.
The myth that the Founding President, Dr. Sam Nujoma clandestinely threw his weight behind youth groups and reformers was also shattered.
Some of the surprises were the good performances of the youthful Minister of Environment and Tourism, Pohamba Shifeta, the Minister of Mines and Energy, Tom Alweendo and the Minister of Home Affairs and Immigration, Frans Kapofi.
Targets of criticism on the economic situation the Minister of Finance, Calle Schlettwein and Minister of Public Enterprises, Leon Jooste also received huge support from the delegates.
Swapo veterans like the Chairperson of the National Council, Margret Mensah-Williams, Errki Nghimtima, Katrina Hanse-Himarwa, Martha Namundjebo-Tilahun, Piet van der Walt and union leaders fell short of being elected in the November elections due to their low positions on the parliamentary list and must now place their hopes on the ten votes that the party president have, to save them. Others like Pendukeni Iivula-Ithana and Jerry Ekandjo did not make it onto the list.

The Swapo Party List for the National Assembly Elections in November reads as follows:

1. Netumbo Nandi-Ndaitwah
2. Sophia Shaningwa
3. Pohamba Shifeta
4. Lucia Iipumbu
5. Tom Alweendo
6. Saara Kuugongelwa-Amadhila
7. Frans Kapofi
8. Johanna Kandjimi
9. Peya Mushelenga
10. Alexia Manombe-Ncube
11. Calle Schlettwein
12. Lucia Witbooi
13. Nangolo Mbumba
14. Christine //Hoebes
15. Erastus Uutoni
16. Itah Kandjii-Murangi
17. Hambyuka Hamunyera
18. Hilma Nicanor
19. Stanley Simataa
20. Bernadette Jagger
21. John Mutorwa
22. Annakleta Sikerete
23. Presidential nominee
24. Presidential nominee
25. Royal //Ui/o/oo
26. Sylvia Makgone
27. Presidential nominee
28. Presidential nominee
29. Tobie Aupindi
30. Fenny Nanyeni
31. Presidential nominee
32. Presidential nominee
33. Bernhardt Esau
34. Verna Sinimbo
35. Presidential nominee
36. Presidential nominee
37. Natangwe Ithete
38. Anna Nghipondoka
39. Presidential nominee
40. Presidential nominee
41. Daniel Kashikola
42. Agnes Tjongarero
43. Leon Jooste
44. Juliet Kavetuna
45. Mandela Kapere
46.Maria Elago
47. Modestud Amutse
48. Loide Kasingo
49. Penda ya Ndakolo
50. Paula Kooper
51. Albert Kawana
52. Jennely Matundu
53. Sacky Shanghala
54. Doreen Sioka
55. Leevi Katoma
56. Faustina Calley
57. Utoni Nujoma
58. Kornelia Shilunga
59. Tjekero Tweya
60. Emilia Amupewa
61. Derek Klazen
62. Agnes Kafula
63. Alfeus Naruseb
64. Anna Shiweda
65. Sebastian Karupu
66. Maureen Hinda
67. Gothardt Kasuto
68. Evelyn Tayele-Nawases
69. Philllipus Katamelo
70. Helaria Mukapuli
71. Elifas Dingara
72. Becky-Ndjoze Ojo
73. Veikko Nekundi
74. Marina Kandumbo
75. Ephraim Nekongo
76. Katrina Shimbulu
77. Uahekua Herunga
78. Lidwina Shapwa
79. Werner Iita
80. Theresia Garises
81. James Sankwasa
82. Katrina Hanse-Himarwa
83. Hofni Ipinge.
84.Nono Katjingisiua.
85. Piet van Der Walt
86. Iswarin Brenda.
87. Engelbrecht Nawatiseb.
88. Priscilla Boois.
89. Peter Katjavivi.
90. Loise Garosas.
91. Jessy Nombaza.
92. Maggie Mensah.
93. Issaskar K Kaujeua.
94. Fransina Kahungu
95. Erikki Nghimtina.
96. Coleen Van Wyk.

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