"As a first lady, people tend to assume you don't know much, and I'm okay with that, as I'm not always in the mood to talk. It gives me time to observe people and power." So said Monica Geingos, businesswoman, lawyer, and Namibia's First Lady, speaking at the African Leadership Institute's virtual conference for International Youth Day, which coincided with the launch of the Institute's new report, Greater Inclusion of African Youth in Public Service and Governance.
allAfrica, 14 August 2020
"Watch how your political allies fight their enemies. Be careful of your allies, who use dirty tactics and de-campaign others. One day, when they disagree with you, they will use… Read more »
allAfrica, 13 August 2020
Namibia's First Lady Monica Geingos gave the keynote address at the African Leadership Institute's virtual conference for International Youth Day, which coincided with the launch… Read more »
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Namibian, 14 August 2020
The first lady drew attention online after her keynote address on Wednesday for the launch of the 'Greater Inclusion of African Youth in Public Service' report. Read more »
New Era, 13 August 2020
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Monica Geingos, First Lady of Namibia (file photo).