HAN joins the nation in mourning

WINDHOEK: The Hospitality Association of Namibia (HAN) on Monday extended its condolences to the family of the late Namibian Head of State, Hage Geingob.

The Executive Committee of HAN and all its members across Namibia, including the tourism industry at large in a press statement extended their deepest condolences to the nation as well as the family of the late president.

It further wished the family of the Office of the President and advisors, the Cabinet, and the Namibian Government all the strength and wisdom needed to lead the Namibian House through the unique and unexpected challenges ahead.

‘Independent Namibia has lost one of its pioneers, who served this country until the end. May his legacy live on, and his soul rest in eternal peace,’ said Gitta Paetzold, Corporate Executive Officer of HAN.

This follows the devastating news of the passing of the third President of Namibia on Sunday. Mourners from both the local and international public have been extending their condolences to both the family an
d the nation at large.

The late Geingob in January announced to the nation that cancerous cells had been detected in his body and flew to the United States of America for a two-day treatment.

He was announced on Saturday to have been in critical yet stable condition upon his arrival back in the country before the revealing of his passing just after midnight on Sunday.

Source: The Namibia Press Agency