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Founding Father votes

Fri, 28 November 2014 17:36
by online writer
News Flash

Founding Father Dr Sam Nujoma cast his vote at the United House in Independence Avenue at 9h00 this morning. The Founding Father was received by Swapo Secretary General Nangolo Mbumba.

Dr Nujoma was accompanied by an entourage that voted with him. The Founding Father cast his vote less than an hour from President Hifikepunye Pohamba who went to Eros Primary School to vote. Dr Hage Geingob also went to cast his vote at the Katutura Community Hall this morning.

Other Party Presidents

SWANU president, Usutuaije Maamberua cast his vote at the University of Namibia Main campus at 7h00 this morning. He told The Villager that he was not satisfied with the lighting in the venue.

"The Place is dark, so now the officers have to use that small torch that they are using on the finger print machine to light up in the ballot box. So now your vote is not your secret because an officer has to stand there with you to provide light" Maamberua said.

DTA president, McHenry Venani cast his vote at Baines in Pioneers Park and he too reported a glitch because when he cast his vote, the alarm to indicate that a vote has been cast did not go off. He was however assured by ECN staff that his vote has been cast.

More glitches...

The Villager understands that, the two EVM's at United

House experienced glitches this morning, with one of the machines automatically restarting itself. The Villager has also been informed that there was a malfunction with an EVM in Ondangwa.