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Geingob makes two more appointments

23/02/2018
by Staff Writer
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President Hage Geingob yesterday made two appointments, Martin Andjaba and Unomuinjo Katjipuka-Sibolile to the national assembly and judicial service commission respectively.

Andjaba was made member of the national assembly in terms of the Article 32 (5) (c) of the Namibian constitution.

“Mr. Andjaba will assume duty as a lawmaker at a date and time to be determined by the National Assembly. President Geingob wishes Mr. Andjaba success in the execution of his duties as a Member of Parliament,” said statehouse.

 Geingob appointed Katjipuka-Sibolile as a member of the judicial service commission in terms of section 2 (2) of the Judicial Service Commission Act 18 of 1995.

Hengari said the appointment, effective from the 1st of February 2018 is valid for a period of three years.

“President Geingob expressed confidence and trust in the ability, commitment and fairness with which Ms. Katjipuka-Sibolile will execute her important responsibilities as a member of the Judicial Service Commission,” the statehouse said.