Namibian High Commission in Nigeria Commemorates Late President Hage Geingob’s Legacy

The Namibian High Commission in Nigeria paid tribute to the late President Hage Geingob, emphasizing his selfless life as a model for all.

During a memorial service held in Abuja, Nigeria’s capital, Namibia’s High Commissioner, Humphrey Geiseb, lauded President Geingob’s commitment to prioritizing the welfare of the people, promoting unity, and championing the cause of the less privileged.

Geiseb highlighted Geingob’s efforts to empower women, advocate for the marginalized, and ensure inclusivity in governance. He described the late president as a visionary leader whose legacy resonates not only in Namibia but across Africa and the world.

Representatives from the Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) and the Association of Retired Ambassadors of Nigeria (ARCAN) also expressed their condolences and admiration for President Geingob’s contributions to peace and development in Africa.

Former Chief of Staff and seasoned Nigerian diplomat, Ambassador Ibrahim Gambari, praised Geingob’s statesmanship and compared him to other great African leaders. The memorial service, officiated by Reverend Father Stephen Omale, was attended by members of the diplomatic community, former and current ambassadors, the Namibian community, and former state governors.

Quest: Cris-Edesiri Odjomah

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