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Johanna Hipangelwa Reflects on Youth in Politics and President Geingob’s Passing

todayFebruary 5, 2024 160

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In a candid interview with Future Media News, Johanna Hipangelwa, a 22-year-old political science student at the University of Namibia, shared her insights on the role of youth in politics and addressed the recent passing of President Dr. Hage G. Geingob.

The interview delves into Johanna’s thoughts on the impact of President Geingob’s demise on the younger generation, especially during a crucial time with upcoming elections. She emphasizes the need for collective reflection and introspection among the youth in the face of this loss.

Johanna discusses the promises made by President Geingob, highlighting the belief that these commitments would be fulfilled through the collaborative efforts of the cabinet. She expresses confidence in the incoming leadership, particularly Vice President Nangolo Mbumba, urging a seamless continuation of the president’s vision.

As a graduating political science scholar, Johanna addresses the broader concerns of unemployment among the youth. She encourages her peers to remain hopeful, participate in political processes, and actively contribute to the changes they wish to see.

In her closing message, Johanna calls on fellow young Namibians to embrace the challenges ahead, echoing President Geingob’s sentiment that this year is a year of expectation. The interview captures the perspective of a young political science scholar navigating the complex intersection of youth, politics, and national leadership during a time of transition.

Written by: Leonard Witbeen

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