President Geingob mourns the death of former Zimbabwe President Mugabe

President Geingob mourns the death of former Zimbabwe President Mugabe
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President Hage Geingob says he has learned with sadness about the passing of the former President of the Republic of Zimbabwe, Robert Gabriel Mugabe who passed away on Friday.
Mugabe led Zimbabwe to independence in 1980.
He died in Singapore aged 95 on Friday, two years after the army brought an end to almost four decades of his rule.
Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa confirmed his passing.
He says Mugabe was an outstanding revolutionary, a tenacious freedom
fighter and dedicated Pan Africanist.
"An extraordinary First Wave African leader and the cause for freedom in Africa, President Mugabe
made enormous sacrifices in the struggle against injustice and the liberation of Southern Africa from racial subjugation and colonial
oppression," he says.
"As Namibians, we owe President Mugabe a deep sense of gratitude for his immense and selfless contributions to the liberation of our country.
On behalf of the Namibian people, I extend sincere condolences to my dear brother, President Emmerson Mnangagwa, the family and the
people of Zimbabwe.The loss of the people of Zimbabwe is Africa’s loss."