BACK IN THE FOLD … NEFF president Epafras Mukwiilongo (middle) pictured with party leaders Werner January (right), and Kalimbo Ipumbu during an event in 2014. Photo: Nampa

TUYEIMO HAIDULA and ESTER MBATHERA

THE Namibian Economic Freedom Fighters’ national coordinator Kalimbo Iipumbu hailed the party’s showing in last week’s National Assembly elections, in which the party secured two seats.

This, he said, marks the beginning of hard work.

“It has been difficult taking part in national issues and reaching marginalised communities without any funds from the state. We are going to concentrate on the agenda to liberate our people economically,” he added.

Iipumbu said the party will focus on improving the policies that are driving people into poverty, and liberate them from economic enslavement.

Furthermore, the resolutions from the second land conference must be implemented, and these will be among the many issues they will push for during their time in parliament, he vowed.

“It’s a milestone for the NEFF party. It’s a breakthrough, and we can now cover areas we could not reach. We are grateful to the Namibian nation for putting their trust in us. We shall deliver and not disappoint,” he stressed.

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