Mass resignations rock NCCI

… as black businesses defect to BBLNN, NALOBA

• By Hilary Mare

Alarge number of business people affiliated to the Namibia Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NCCI) have tendered their resignations sighting lack of adequate representation amid the strain induced on the business environment by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Sources close to the matter have told Confidente that businesses that have pledged allegiance to new alternative black business movements have quickened to over 200 in the past few weeks.

Multiple resignation letters seen by Confidente include that of Kambwa Trading led by David David, Onyofi Trading led by Matheus Shikongo, Omwandi Trading led by Sakaria Tshimwandi and EJ Trading led by Jafet Nakanue.




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