Retired General Charles Namoloh has asked where President Hage Geingob was trained as a soldier so that he can now train others.
The retired general said this in audios that have since gone viral. He confirmed to Eagle FM Tuesday that the audios are genuine.
General Namoloh said Geingob must be honest and stop misleading the people.
“How professional are you, please?” he asked.
He was referring Geingob who challenged journalists during a joint press conference held at State House when the Botswana President Masisi visited Namibia.
During the press conference, Geingob said he was ready to train anyone who wanted to wage war against Botswana over the killing of Namibians by the Botswana Defence Force.
General Namoloh he says he does not care anymore because he has been humiliated so much.
He also said he told Swapo leadership that he fears no one and he does not buy any favours.
Speaking to Eagle FM, General Namoloh said he said it in 2017.
He even repeated: “I fear no one, I buy no favours. I told them.”
He further said he told all the Swapo leadership during a central committee meeting that he fears no one and he buys no favours.
“Fear no one, I buy no favours. I tell you what I know, and I remain Ho Chi Minh,” he said.
Namoloh also criticized some central committee members for doing nothing when complained about President Hage Geingob taking over the leadership.
He also says that he was one of those who formed the Swapo Party Youth League, but some senior leaders were not happy about the party’s transmitting belt.
“They had a feeling; it will rebel against the mother body one day and take over. That is how the elders started victimising and side-lining the late Andreas Shipanga from the youth league, which led to his arrest and expulsion from the party,” he says.