Social club spoils elders
By Michael Uugwanga
OVER the weekend, the Kamatimbutui Nissan V6 Club hosted another charity event where they donated food parcels, cleaning materials and as well prepared a lunch meal for the residents of the Katutura Old Age Home in Windhoek.
According to the Kamatimbutui Nissan V6 club, it is important to show love and appreciation to elders “for they have laid the foundation for us to be able to live a peaceful, democratic life that we all enjoy”.
The club also urged other social clubs to plough back into their communities during this difficult time.
Established in 2004, Kamatimbutui Nissan V6 club has 42 members, of which 30 are from Windhoek and the rest are in other parts of the country.
“We want to send out a strong and responsible message out there that we have a social club calendar for the year for our activities and today we had to come here just to plough back to the Namibian family.
“We also want to show love and care for them and therefore we would to appeal to other fellow Namibians that it is good to plough back,” said Frank Puriza, of Kamatimbutui Nissan V6 club.
Kamatimbutui Nissan V6 group also has members in South Africa and Botswana.