The investigations into the head-on collision involving the Inspector General of the Namibian Police Force in which three people died, are still ongoing.
The head of the NamPol’s Public Relations Division, Kauna Shikwambi, told NAMPA upon inquiry on Wednesday there is not yet any information available to disclose to the public.
Inspector General Joseph Shikongo was travelling in his private vehicle when it crashed on the Oshikango-Ondangwa road near Indangungu village.
All three occupants of the sedan died. They were identified as 22-year-old Sofia Ananias, Fransa Ndengu (27) and Stefanus Shahafinge (age unknown).
Calls for Shikongo to be criminally charged followed, with the Namibia Economic Freedom Fighters’ Michael Amushelelo, who himself has had several run-ins with the law, calling for Shikongo to resign and to be arrested.
Shikwambi said Shikongo has not yet returned to work but is expected to do so next week.
“The investigation is still ongoing and there is nothing I can currently disclose to the public regarding the findings of the investigation,” she said.
Shikwambi earlier indicated to local media that a case of culpable homicide is being investigated and a docket has been opened and will be forwarded to the prosecutor general for a decision.

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