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Forgery leads to possible imprisonment

Mon, 26 September 2016 19:40
by Johanna Mafwila
Metro

Daniel Uirab (18), a resident of Erf 9390 Kindergarden Street, has been charged with forgery after it immerged that he forged a Namibian police appointment letter. Court documents show that the incident took place on the ninth of August 2016 near Katutura in the Windhoek district. Uirab is out on bail for N$500 and will be appearing in court on the 17th of October 2016 as further investigations are being carried out.