Windhoek – Namibia’s President Hage Geingob this week launched the second part of his signature financial blueprint, the Harambee Prosperity Plan (HPP), which hinges on stimulating development by boosting agricultural and industrial productiveness.
Part one of many HHP began in 2013 when President Geingob first assumed workplace with the target of preventing poverty, bettering employment alternatives, industrialisation and competitiveness.
In an handle to the nation this week, President Geingob stated, “We should revive the financial system. We should create jobs for our younger folks within the important sectors, which embrace the present-day inexperienced and blue economies. We should ship higher providers to our folks. These are very important undertakings. Our success relies on our means to work tougher and smarter in unison and never in silos. Peace, stability and rule of legislation are situation sine qua non for improvement to happen.”
The Head of State and Authorities known as on all residents to search out unity of function and shun divisive forces of tribalism, regionalism and racism if they’re to reside within the One Namibian Home idea that has underpinned his imaginative and prescient for the nation’s socio-economic transformation.
He instructed his ministers, “As members of Cupboard, you’ve a giant duty to combat towards the vices of division, tribalism, regionalism, racism and corruption. These vices undermine peaceable co-existence and stunt our improvement as a nation.
“They don’t have a spot within the inclusive Namibian Home we are attempting to nurture. Subsequently, you have to be exemplary, and exhibit the very best ethos of being mannequin residents, and never be discovered wanting on the values of inclusivity, patriotism, and solidarity in direction of your fellow residents.”
President Geingob additionally gave assurances that he and his counterpart from Botswana, President Mokgweetsi Masisi, had been making progress with resolving the border skirmishes that resulted within the taking pictures of Namibian fishermen on the Chobe River on suspicion of poaching.
“I’ve simply acquired the report of the joint investigation carried out by the governments of Namibia and Botswana and after thorough research, its findings can be shared with the Namibian nation. I thank our esteemed conventional leaders from the Zambezi Area for the assist they’ve given authorities throughout this making an attempt interval,” he added.