Under Amadhila, PM office became a little village-LPM

• By Uaueza Kanguatjivi

THE Landless People’s Movement (LPM) has dismissed talks that they are a toothless dog with no political ambition and orientation.

This narrative was dismissed by LPM leader, Bernadus Swaartbooi at a media briefing at the party headquarter where he also took aim at Prime Minister, Saara Kuugongelwa-Amadhila who he described as incompetent.

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“For someone to carry a state, such a person must at least be able to carry the government.

When Hage Geingob became Prime Minister, he was able to carry the government and defend Sam Nujoma. He was able to carry the position of coordinating the work of the government,” he said.

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Swaartbooi said under the stewardship of Amadhila the Prime Minister’s office had become equivalent to a little ministry, a little village in the northern party of the country.

“We need to learn how to analyse things from the right perspective, not this political analyst this Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR), a missionary organisation calculated to shoot empty bullets at LPM. Every analyst who thinks correctly can see, after Geingob left, Guirab was the one who carried the symbolism, stature, and prestige of the position of Prime Minister of the Republic of Namibia, then Nahas Angula came and it fell flat then Kuulongewla-Amadhila followed and the coordinating office of institutions of the state became equivalent to a little Ministry, a little village in the northern part of the country.”