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Restricted items at the 6th Swapo Party congress

21/11/2017
by   Staff Writer
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The Swapo Party has informed all delegates to the elective congress this Thursday that it will not allow weapons and electronic recording devices at the venue.

A communique from the party's Secretary General Nangolo Mbumba said delegates will not be allowed to enter while in possession of firearms, rifles, guns, pistols, knives, explosives or any sharp objects.

The delegates have also been prohibited from entering the venue with cellphones, ipads, tablets, laptops and cameras.