More Angolan refugees flock to Omusati

…Governor pleads for donations


THE number of Angolan refugees camping at the Etunda irrigation project in Omusati has more than doubled in recent days, causing regional authorities to ask for food donations from members of the public and the private sector.
Speaking to Confidente this week, Omusati governor Erginus Endjala stressed that Angolan refugees camping at the irrigation project now number 2 328 of which about 1 300 are children between the ages of 1 and 10. According to him, this number has doubled from the initial number of refugees who entered Namibia in May.

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