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President Geingob says media ignores Namibia's ranking as the least corrupt country in Africa

President Geingob says media ignores Namibia's ranking as the least corrupt country in Africa

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  1. Being the least corrupt is like congratulating a broken clock for being correct twice a day. No corruption should be attained, not that it’s in your nature we know. And Hage, we know you got your paws on dirty fishrot money…

  2. There is no small,medium or big corruption..only corruption we don’t care where we are ranked our government is corrupt and by the way any other corruption that will beat fishrot figures will take 40 years

  3. Corporation definitions is only an clarification of what it is. What comes around goes around. Please implement action to curb corporation zero tolerance actions. Maybe this is how perceptions can changed. If corporation is the effect than surly there is a cause. The law of cause and effect.

  4. Useless statements from a useless person. Just look at the salaries of your ministers in a country like Namibia, how do you justify that. Aljazeera please keep on exposing

  5. Citizens are not corrupt, the GRN is. And oh yes, nepotism plays a big major role in the corruption schemes of Namibia.

  6. MY man if there is no Whistleblowers/Witness Protection Act in place i wouldn’t report anything, that means i am writing my name on a bullet

  7. Hardly something to be proud of.. integrity should not be measured against no integrity.. it just is what it is… you operate with integrity and that’s it, globally Namibian is still gripped with poor and malpractice, corruption etc.. measure this against the best in the world not other dodgey African countries.. we still have extreme poverty and little growth… the rich richer and the poor poorer.. do the maths..

    Let’s talk about it !

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