The community of Okahungu Village in the Otjinene Constituency received seeds of maize and cowpeas through the office of the Omaheke Regional Governor.

Governor Pijoo Nganate called on the community to work hard to become self-sustainable, saying the seeds would help unlock food security at the household level.

Speaking at Okahungu, Regional Governor Pijoo Nganate urged the community to go the extra mile and spend time on their crop fields.

Food, he says, has become an expensive commodity.

Nganate added that with the proper support, rural communities can bring down the rate of rural-to-urban migration, ensuring that rural areas are developed as well.

On behalf of the community, Gaob Stefanus Gariseb welcomed the initiative from the office of the Omaheke Governor and equally called on his community to work hard.

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