By Khanyiswa Mogotsi and Terttu Newaka

YOUTHS in Windhoek say they will vote in tomorrow’s presidential and National Assembly elections in the hope of bringing positive changes to their lives.

Speaking to The Namibian yesterday, 22-year-old tourism entrepreneur Alfred Nakanyala said he will be voting to allow more youths to enter the political sphere and ascend to leadership.

“We need more youths to take over leadership. We need a country where there are brighter and fresher minds in charge with new ideas that could improve the country, especially with our infrastructure and our governance system,” he reasoned.

Nakanyala added that some of the current laws are outdated, and not everyone is benefiting from them.

Kevin Nakashona (22) said after the elections, he wants to see a government that is more accountable for its actions, especially those regarding corruption.

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