Geingob Hits Back at Lubowski Murder Allegations

Namibian President Hage Geingob has dismissed allegations that he admitted guilt over the 1989 murder of Swapo member and struggle icon Anton Lubowski. The allegations were made in an open letter by Lubowski's widow, Gabrielle Lubowski who has since issued a short and succinct unconditional apology and retraction to the president, as demanded by his lawyer, Sisa Namandje.

President Hage Geingob, lawyer Sisa Namandje and struggle icon Anton Lubowski's widow Gabrielle Lubowski.

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