Namibia's Ambassador to the United States and Canada, Margaret Mensah-Williams, has expressed condolences to the families of three Namibians who died in the U.S. and Canada over the past two weeks.

Ambassador Mensah-Williams announced the deaths of health workers Nelson Kondjayi Dumeni, who suffered a heart failure in Washington, DC, on December 21, and Wesley Katimba, who died on New Year's Day.

Katimba, the ambassador says, was returning from church an hour after midnight when he was hit by a car in Montreal, Canada.

Another Namibian who died in the diaspora is Ravangua Crosby Kandjavera; he was based in Minneapolis.

Families of the deceased have been informed of their deaths.

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