Geingob, Ramaphosa interactions cause stir in Namibia after criminals broke into Phala Phala farm

Namibia Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) have called on President Hage Geingob to fully disclose all interactions with South African President Cyril Ramaphosa following the arrest of suspects who broke into the Phala Phala farm of Ramaphosa in Limpopo.

WINDHOEK – Namibia Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) have called on President Hage Geingob to fully disclose all interactions with South African President Cyril Ramaphosa following the arrest of suspects who broke into the Phala Phala farm of Ramaphosa in Limpopo.

The suspects – who conspired with Ramaphosa’s domestic workers in February 2020 – are believed to have been Namibians and fled to that country after stealing millions of rand in foreign currency.

It is understood that President Ramaphosa asked the Namibian president to help locate the suspected criminals who broke into Ramaphosa’s farm.

Each criminal paid R150,000 for their silence on the incident after being arrested.

The Namibian EFF claimed that Ramaphosa and Geingob had a corrupt relationship and worked together to hide details of this theft.

The party urged Namibian law enforcement to disclose their knowledge of Ramaphosa’s money laundering, theft and corruption.

The party said it would use its parliamentary involvement to determine the extent of Geingob’s involvement in the alleged crime cover-up.

He said he would open a case against Geingob if enough evidence emerged. However, Ramaphosa denied any wrongdoing.

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