The Minister of Works and Transport, John Mutorwa, reminded Namibians that an economic war is more dangerous than a physical one.

"Those who think that the bravery of the people of Namibia stopped on the 21st of March 1990 are mistaken because to propel us to do the activities that we must do to develop the counties at all levels, all sectors require commitment and dedication; it requires hard work; it requires bravery; probably our leaders are still reminding us that economic war is more difficult than physical war, where the enemy was known when you fought; in the economic war, you are all fighting for the same resources," says the Works Minister.



Stefan |Uirab