Nanso calls on students to assist with clearing of land

WINDHOEK: The Namibia National Students’ Organisation (Nanso) has called on all students to assist in the massive urban land servicing project.

Nanso Secretary for Information and Technology, Vincent Shimutwikeni in a media statement issued on Thursday urged students who are up to date with their studies and who have the free time, to assist in the clearing of land in Windhoek, Walvis Bay and Oshakati.

The massive urban land servicing project commenced in Windhoek’s Goreangab area on Friday with people clearing the area in the presence of a few police officers.

The mass urban land servicing project is part of the agreement finalised between the Affirmative Repositioning (AR) movement and Government last week, which says the State will service 200 000 erven countrywide with immediate effect on a pilot project basis.

Namibians were urged to voluntarily participate in clearing the identified areas to make way for servicing.

Shimutwikeni also called on young graduates in the fields of engineering as well as those who studied plumbing and electrics to render their assistance to the government.