Nanta mourns President Hage Geingob, Commiserates with Namibian people

President National Association of Nigeria Travel Agencies ( Nanta) joined world leaders to mourn and commiserate with the Namibian people over the death of their president, Hage Geingob.

President Geingob passed away yesterday in Namibia after a brief illness. He was 82 years old.

Nanta president in a condolence message to the Namibian High Commissioner in Nigeria, His Excellency Humphery Geiseb, recalled the friendly gesture and determination of the late president to open Namibia to tourism and his kindness to nanta leadership and members each time they visit Namibia to chart a pan African tourism agenda and to which the late president wholeheartedly supported through the office the High commissioner in Nigeria.

Mrs Akporiaye stated further that nanta will find a way to honour the late president Hage Geingob during its Annual General Meeting in April, adding that the departed Namibian president also ensured that the Offices of the Environment and Tourism ministry headed by Honourables Pohamba shifeta and Heather Sibungo, Minister and Deputy minister respectively worked closely with nanta to open Namibia tourism to Nigerians.

” We at NANTA have lost a father, a caring pan Africanist, and a lover of tourism. We pray for the peace of the departed soul and commiserate with the immediate family of the late president, the Namibian High Commissioner in Nigeria, and the Honourable Minister and the deputy in the Namibian Ministry of Environment and Tourism and the entire good hospitable people of Namibia ” she mourned.

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