Otjozondjupa War Veterans Association pays tribute to late President Geingob

The War Veterans Association in the Otjozondjupa Region emphasises the importance of realising the green hydrogen initiative championed by the late President Hage Geingob.

Vetungua Kauari, speaking on behalf of the regional members, stated that the elders fully support the green hydrogen project, which is intended to benefit all Namibian citizens.

Kauari made these statements during his speech at the Otjozondjupa regional memorial service held in honour of Dr. Geingob at Mokati Stadium in Otjiwarongo.

Private sector memorial service honours late President Geingob's impact on Namibia

The memorial service at Casa Rosalia on Monday was organised by the private sector and included tributes from several prominent figures reflecting on the late President Geingob's impact on Namibia.

The tributes emphasised President Geingob's understanding of the necessity of making tough decisions to build an inclusive and prosperous Namibia, as well as his focus on promoting tourism and creating a welcoming environment.

Furthermore, his initiatives to stimulate economic growth, ensure fair treatment for all, and influence various sectors were recognised.

The nbc Assures comprehensive coverage of late President Geingob's memorial and funeral services

The Namibian Broadcasting Corporation's Director General, Stanley Similo, says the national broadcaster is ready to provide coverage of the memorial and funeral services of the late President Hage Geingob.

Similo made this remark during an update on the national broadcaster's readiness for the memorial and funeral services.

The Director-General says he has confidence in his teams and is positive that the national broadcaster will successfully cover the events.

Outjo residents urged to keep the late President's legacy alive

Outjo Constituency Councillor John Antsino urged residents to keep the late president's legacy alive by tapping into the wisdom he displayed during his tenure.

Antsino was speaking at Kunene's final tribute service dedicated to the late Hage Geingob at Outjo.

All 40 churches from Outjo gathered at the Etoshapoort stadium to pay their respects to the fallen giant.

Outjo Constituency Councillor John Antsino says there is a lot one can tap from the late president's teachings through his good deeds.

Oshana Region pays tribute to late President Hage Geingob

The people of the Oshana Region came together to offer fitting tributes to the late President Hage Geingob during the region's memorial service held at Ongwediva.

Those in attendance hailed him as a jack of all trades and a master of all for his unmatched leadership skills that brought immense benefits to the region and the nation.

The memorial service, which was preceded by a church service, was attended by political and traditional leaders, the business community, and the general public.

Swapo Party pays tribute to late President Hage Geingob at Keetmanshoop 

A person deserving of great appreciation, respect, and love and a cadre who sacrificed much for the liberation struggle. 

These are some of the descriptive tributes delivered by Swapo Party members at Keetmanshoop during a memorial service held in honour of their late party president, Dr. Hage Geingob. 

The Swapo Party members also extended their condolences with prayers and sympathy to the late Dr. Geingob's widow, Monica Geingos, children, and extended family. 

Ghanaian Diplomatic corps honours late President Geingob's legacy in Accra

A towering figure in the fight against Apartheid, a gallant comrade in the liberation struggle, and a true statesman who dedicated his life in service to Namibia.

These are just some of the fitting tributes used by the diplomatic corps in Ghana, joined by Namibians and Ghanaians during the memorial service in Accra.

The service honoured the life and legacy of the late President Geingob by Namibia's High Commission to Ghana.

Katutura memorial honours late President Hage Geingob's legacy


The late President Hage Geingob was honoured at a memorial service held in Katutura, where prominent members of society, including Kanana Hishoono, a Swapo veteran, and Senior Headman Karol Afrikaaner, paid tribute to his impactful leadership and dedication to the nation. 

Hishoono reminisced about his experiences, sharing fond memories with the late president, indicating a strong bond. 

He also spoke about his role in assisting President Geingob at the time when he left the country for a life in exile.

United Kingdom describe late President Hage Geingob as modest

It was through his humility that people knew who he was.

That is how the Namibian community in the United Kingdom described the late President Hage Geingob during a memorial service held in his honour in London on Saturday.

The service was organised by Namibia's High Commission to the United Kingdom.

The Namibian community, joined by diplomats and friends of the late President in the UK, remembered him for excelling in any task assigned to him, be it national or international.

Dr. Geingob's value of unity should live on beyond his death

The memorial service for the late President, Hage Geingob saw an outpouring of sentimental tributes from various dignitaries and performers at the Independence Arena in Katutura. 

The Director of the Law Society of Namibia, Neliswa Tjahikika, highlighted President Geingob's instrumental role in the drafting of the Namibian Constitution.