Angolan refugees in Omusati face more hardship

… as rainy season commences


MORE trouble and apparent suffering lies in store for the Angolan refugees residing at Etunda in Omusati region as the northern part of the country has started experiencing rainfall.

According to sources, the situation at the Etunda irrigation project where the majority of the refugees are accommodated in makeshift structures is likely to worsen owing to the rainfall. The refugees entered Namibia on humanitarian grounds in May this year citing hunger and hardship in their country.




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