Duck Creek Technologies Recognizes Argyle Insurance and Coforge with its Standard of Excellence Award

The delivery of a record-breaking, full end-to-end small and medium-sized enterprises commercial line in under 60 days for Argyle Insurance was enabled by remarkable teamwork and technology

Boston, May 15, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Duck Creek Technologies, the intelligent solutions provider defining the future of property and casualty (P&C) and general insurance, is pleased to recognize Argyle Insurance and Coforge as winners of this year’s Duck Creek Standard of Excellence Award. Team members from Argyle Insurance and Coforge received the award during Formation ’23 in Orlando, Florida, which was earned for achieving the highest level of excellence through the implementation of Duck Creek solutions.

Argyle Insurance achieved a successful, sub-60-day go-live of Duck Creek Policy, Duck Creek Billing and Duck Creek Rating. The swift implementation was enabled by the deep domain expertise of Duck Creek’s team, combined with a skilled partner in Coforge being able to resource and support delivery end-to-end. Argyle Insurance selected Duck Creek’s full suite to enable their small and medium-sized enterprises (SME) broker clients more choices and competition through a wider range of insurers and products. Argyle’s story of a scalable, enterprise-grade system, which allowed rapid design and delivery of products into the market, demonstrated the impressive power and flexibility of the Duck Creek platform. The sub-60-day execution was achieved using an innovative Australian SME template built by the Duck Creek APAC regional product development team and made available on our content exchange.

“I am proud to say the unparalleled teamwork between Argyle Insurance, Duck Creek and Coforge enabled us to stand up a full end-to-end product with Duck Creek’s policy, billing and rating solutions in under 60 days,” said Matt Morgan, Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer at Argyle Insurance. “This capability is critical for both start-ups like Argyle Insurance and incumbents to adjust and adapt to the rapid changes happening across the insurance landscape driven by regulatory changes and customer market dynamics, which can have a big impact on insurer success.”

“As a Premier Delivery Partner for Duck Creek Technologies, with 800+ Duck Creek SME’s globally, Coforge is proud to be a part of Argyle’s record-setting go-live journey. This partnership between Coforge, Argyle and Duck Creek Technologies is an outstanding case of seamless collaboration and has set a new benchmark in the industry,” said Rajeev Batra, EVP, Insurance, Coforge.

“Right from the beginning, to achieve the goal of going live in such an accelerated timeline meant remarkable teamwork was going to be critical,” said Mike Jackowski, Chief Executive Officer, Duck Creek Technologies. “All parties were hyper-focused on Argyle’s success during implementation and committed to helping the startup achieve its goals of partnering with brokers to build products that can capture profitable, large market share in a mature, stable market with the agility the Duck Creek platform provides. We focus on driving better, easier-to-understand insurance products tailored to policyholders’ needs and adaptable to their changing priorities.”

About Argyle Insurance
Argyle Insurance is a true digital underwriting agency with technology to meet customers changing insurance requirements. Argyle’s strength comes through innovation. It has delivered a new way to connect customers to their brokers digitally that comes with a suite of tools to interact in more meaningful ways.

About Coforge
Coforge is a global digital services and solutions provider, that leverages emerging technologies and deep domain expertise to deliver real-world business impact for its clients. A focus on very select industries, a detailed understanding of the underlying processes of those industries and partnerships with leading platforms provides us a distinct perspective. Coforge leads with its product engineering approach and leverages Cloud, Data, Integration and Automation technologies to transform client businesses into intelligent, high growth enterprises. Coforge’s proprietary platforms power critical business processes across its core verticals. The firm has a presence in 21 countries with 25 delivery centers across nine countries.
Learn more at www.coforge.com

About Duck Creek Technologies
Duck Creek Technologies is the intelligent solutions provider defining the future of the property and casualty (P&C) and general insurance industry. We are the platform upon which modern insurance systems are built, enabling the industry to capitalize on the power of the cloud to run agile, intelligent, and evergreen operations. Authenticity, purpose, and transparency are core to Duck Creek, and we believe insurance should be there for individuals and businesses when, where, and how they need it most. Our market-leading solutions are available on a standalone basis or as a full suite, and all are available via Duck Creek OnDemand. Visit www.duckcreek.com to learn more. Follow Duck Creek on our social channels for the latest information – LinkedIn and Twitter.

Carley Bunch
Duck Creek Technologies
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Nigerian firm launches ride-sharing business, Gabtaxi

An indigenous Nigerian company, E. F Network Limited, a member of E.F Group, has launched a revolutionary ride-sharing application called Gabtaxi, with the best local content and lowest commission for drivers.

The launch of Gab taxi (GAB) took place in Abuja on Monday and it is expected to compete against and overtake foreign e-hailing companies that had dominated the Nigerian market.

Mr Gideon Egbuchulam, Chairman and CEO of EFGroup, said at a press briefing that the motivation behind Gab taxi initiative was the protest he witnessed by Nigerian drivers complaining of poor treatment by foreign e-hailing companies.

He said these drivers decried that foreign hailing companies collected more than the Nigerian drivers, giving them nothing and without even ensuring that the drivers or their cars were safe.

“Most of the drivers are graduates with no other jobs and these foreign taxi companies collect from 25 to 30 per cent commission for each ride.

“We even doubt if they are paying taxes in Nigeria or pay what they ought to pay because in areas you find them, they use fuel stations as offices,’’ he said.

Egbuchulam also bemoaned the ordeal Nigerian drivers through in the hands of foreign companies, adding, ”in various cases, many drivers hardly went home with 30 per cent a day after deductions.”

He said as a result of this, they resolved to create value by developing a top notch product that would reduce Nigerian drivers’ losses and compete with any technology anywhere in the world.

Egbuchulam said: ”With Gab, drivers will get the same things they were receiving and more, at barely half of the commissions being charged by the competition.

“ We have the lowest commission in the industry anywhere in the world, just about 15 per cent on average.

“Not only reduction in commissions, we offer to them many more incentives, in fact we applaud the Federal Government for granting the e-hailing drivers the union licence so that they can negotiate their future.’’

The entrepreneur that said one of the key selling points of Gabtaxi was affordability as it had developed a business model offering services at a lower cost than some of the more established ride-hailing companies.

He said this would be achieved by reducing overhead costs for the customer and offering a higher percentage split to drivers.

Egbuchulam also harped on safety, assuring that a number of features and policies were implemented to ensure safety of passengers and drivers.

He revealed that arrangements were in place between Gabtaxi, security agencies and the FRSC to heighten the safety, selection of record of vehicles and customer service hotlines.

Egbuchulam said GAB had also developed a mobile app with a fluid user interface that provided a seamless user experience and was easy to navigate.

He hinted that an incentive system was available for drivers with higher rankings, that drivers who consistently received high ratings from passengers and provided a high level of service were eligible for bonuses and other rewards.

He also mentioned the proximity alert system, a unique feature of GAB which would help ensure that the driver picked the correct passenger.

Egbuchulam spoke on other vehicle services such as logistics and delivery which allow users to request a driver to pick up a parcel for them and deliver to their specified location

Highlighting more benefits accruing to a GAB driver, he said drivers would have access to a steady stream of passengers and opportunities to earn money.

“The app only makes available to the drivers’ customers in their geographical area to prevent long pick up hours for drivers thereby causing them to lose.

“There is an opportunity for them to be enrolled on our drivers’ life insurance policy as well as on our drivers group temporary and permanent disability,” Egbuchulam said.

According to him, GAB offers Nigerian drivers Group Life Insurance, Group Temporary disability insurance, Group Permanent disability insurance as well as car insurance, that foreign hailing companies are not offering.

He disclosed that it took over 30 highly qualified local software engineers, some trained outside Nigeria to develop GAB taxi, `the best e-hailing application.’

“If there is one area where Nigerians have left their footprint unchallenged, it is ICT, some of the best FinTech companies in the world today are owned by Nigerians.

“Many Nigerian companies are competing with foreign ones at an unprecedented pace and Nigerians have shown that they are equally as good as Americans or Europeans,’’ Egbuchulam said.

He added that E.F Network Ltd, operating since 1995, had been putting different technological products in the market ranging from e-commerce, internet, lost phone locator and car trackers electronics among others.

Egbuchulam said that building a taxi application of world class standard was not that easy, adding that his app would be entering other countries in subsequent months.

“This would earn Nigeria government foreign exchange that is now very scarce to get in Nigeria and our agenda for 2024 is to enter America, Europe and Asia.

He said: “So, we are very pleased to introduce this product to the Nigerian market. We are already in google play store and apple store, you can download the app, test it and see how it works.”

Source: News Agency of Nigeria

UNESCO programme collaborates with Nigerians in diaspora on agriculture initiative

A UNESCO programme, Read and Earn Federation (UNESCO-REF), is collaborating with Nigerians in diaspora to assist Young Women in Agriculture champions.

The programme is being executed under the Strategic Intervention Programme (SIP-ALPHA) with support from the Office of the presidential aide on Sustainable Development Goals and the Police Officers Wives Association.

President of UNESCO-REF and Principal Director, SIP-ALPHA, Mr Ladigbolu Abdulsalami, stated in Abuja on Monday that the collaboration aimed at strengthening women smallholder farmers to become self-reliant.

“We are optimistic that with transformative approaches, progress could be accelerated to strengthen smallholder farmers and women’s livelihoods and resilience in Nigeria.

“The Young Women in Agriculture Initiative is part of our commitment to complement stakeholders towards actualising substantial attainment of the UN Social Development Goals before on or by the 2030 target date.

“This is to ensure food security, address food wastages, improve nutrition security and provide viable strategies that create real, long-term results for economic development and community stability,’’ he stated.

Abdulsalami added that doing this would help to build viable ecological future taking into account issues of climate change.

He quoted the World Bank as saying that healthy, sustainable and inclusive food systems were critical to achieving world’s development goals.

“Agricultural development is one of the most powerful tools to end extreme poverty, boost shared prosperity, and feed a projected 9.7 billion people by 2050.

“Growth in the agriculture sector is two to four times more effective in raising incomes among the poorest, compared to other sectors.

“Agriculture is crucial to economic growth, accounting for 4 per cent of global GDP and in some least-developed countries, it accounts for more than 25 per cent of GDP,’’ he added.

Abdulsalami stated also that multiple shocks from COVID-19-related disruptions, extreme weather, pests and conflicts were affecting food systems, resulting in higher food prices and growing hunger.

According to him, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has also accelerated a global food crisis that is driving millions more into extreme poverty

He added that the invasion had left about 205 million people across 45 countries with so little food that their lives were at risk.

He stressed that risks associated with food insecurity, hunger, poverty and poor diets resulting in double burden of malnutrition, increased the risk of various forms of malnutrition, and potentially leading to under-nutrition.

He added that it could lead to illnesses and health crises as well as people becoming overweight.

The female gender could play a pivotal role in mitigating some of these challenges, Abdulsalami also stated.

Meanwhile, Chief Executive Officer, Women’s Space, United States of America, Nigeria’s Ms Ogechi Onyenkwu, has pledged to strengthen collaboration with UNESCO-REF to enhance female gender balance in the agriculture sector.

Onyenkwu said there was the need to strengthen female gender to tackle hunger and malnutrition through sustainable agriculture, while managing, preserving and restoring natural resources and ecosystems.

She stressed this would make women to be self-reliant by learning agricultural logistics, distribution and techniques of exporting produce to other parts of the world.

Source: News Agency of Nigeria

Nasarawa traditional ruler inaugurates 30 cabinet members

The Luvu Madaki community in Karu Local Government Area of Nasarawa State has inaugurated 30 cabinet members to oversee the progress and development of the community.

The village head of the community, Madaki Musa, during the coronation at his palace in Luvu, urged the new cabinet members to ensure peace in their various domains.

According to him, the cabinet members are expected to facilitate easy and speedy development of the community.

“The 30 cabinet members, who now hold different titles, will be assisting the king in making key decisions and executing them.

“Just like most communities in the country, the cabinet will help in ensuring peace, growth, security and coexistence of the people and others who settle here,” he said.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the cabinet members were given titles like Santali, Galadima, Aminiya, Dan’Iya, Dan’Maliki, Sarkin Yaki, Dalatu, Gimbiya, Madaki, Kuyabmana, Abananya and Pakachi.

Others are Magaji, Sarkin Noma, Aboki Sarki, Danmasani, Shamaki, Awodo-maijinda, Jidoniya, Magajiya Luvu, Ajiya, Tafida, Jakadiya, Makama, DanGaladima, Giko, Wakili, Machi, Secretary and Dogari.

Mr Afami Habila, the Padaki of Luvu, in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria(NAN) expressed gratitude to the community for the honour.

He promised to ensure that the community got the best of their services within and after the period they would serve.

Habila said that the community would achieve its dreams as they new leaders would project it positively “far above its current status in the state”.

Also speaking, the Jidoniya of Luvu Madaki, Mrs Grace Na’Allah, pledged her unreserved commitment to the growth and progress of the community.

Mr Tanko Todayi, the Aboki Sarki of Luvu community, whose task involves serving as ‘The King’s friend’, said his duty was to serve the community.

“My commitment to the community will be unquestionable,” he said.

He said that aside helping to grow and develop the community, another special duty was to ensure the safety of the king.

NAN reports that other traditional leaders from other neighbouring communities, who graced the occasion, pledged their support to the community.

Among them are Silas Musa of Aso Pada, Micah Rabo of Jankawa, Gaiya Shifilo of Apiawoyi, among others.

Source: News Agency of Nigeria

Smuggling: More than 60,000 liters of fuel seized

National police seized 62, 750 liters of fuel on Sunday in the municipality of Soyo, northern province of Zaire, over alleged smuggling for the neighbouring Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC).

The seized product features 49,250 liters of diesel and 17,500 liters of gasoline, bound for DRC, where they would be sold.

The spokesman for the Zaire Provincial Delegation of the Ministry of the Interior, Sérgio Afonso, said the fuel was seized at a bus yard, in the Fina neighbourhood.

Source: Angola Press News Agency (APNA)

Angola hosts XV meeting of CPLP labour ministers

Angola hosts the 15th Meeting of ministers of Labour and Social Affairs of the Community of Portuguese-Speaking Countries (CPLP) from 16 to 18 May in coastal Benguela province.

The information is confirmed in a note from the Ministry of Public Administration, Labour and Social Security (MAPTSS) sent to ANGOP.

The source states that the Meeting will bring together representatives from the nine CPLP member States, officials from the Secretariat of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) and observers from invited international organisations.

During the event, to take place under the slogan “For Social Justice and Decent Work for All”, the participants will debate, among other issues, the Action Plan 2021-2025 for Combat Child Labour, the creation of a CPLP economic council.

Other topics include the state of CPLP Multilateral Convention of Social Security of CPLP, as well as discuss the opening of the ILO Office in Angola, to serve the Portuguese-speaking African countries (PALOP’s).

Source: Angola Press News Agency (APNA)

President João Lourenço analyses cooperation with Chinese ambassador

Angolan head of State João Lourenço and the Chinese ambassador to Angola Gong Tao Monday in Luanda discussed the state of cooperation between the two countries.

During the audience, the Angolan statesman and the China diplomat focused mainly on economic development, sharing values and mutual interests.

Speaking to the press at the end of the meeting, Gong Tao praised the two countries ties saying that they (relations) are in a good period, at a time both nations mark 40 years of partnership.

He said that the audience the president granted to him served to review the execution level of the strategic works underway in the country, financed by the Chinese government, with emphasis on the new Luanda International Airport “Dr. António Agostinho Neto”.

The meeting also analysed the level of execution of the Caculo Cabaça hydroelectric plant, in the northern Cuanza Norte province, and Caio Airport, in Cabinda.

After reiterating his country’s financial support to Angola, the diplomat underlined that the Chinese and Angolan authorities will continue to maintain contacts at the highest level to increasingly consolidate political, diplomatic and economic relations.

“We intend to give new impetus to bilateral cooperation to obtain more fruitful results in the field of trade and economic investment”, highlighted the Chinese diplomat.

According to Gong Tao, trade between Angola and China reached a value of US$207 billion last year.

Angola and China are strategic partners, with political-diplomatic and cooperation relations that have seen a notable increase since 2000, leading to the signing of various legal instruments in the social, commercial and business domains.

Source: Angola Press News Agency (APNA)

Consumer Price Index with 0.92% variation in April

The variation of the National Consumer Price Index (CPI), from March to April 2023, was 0.92%, registering a softening in homologous terms (April 2022 to April 2023), of 0.20%, ANGOP learnt today (Monday).

The Excel Information Sheet of the national Consumer Price Index (CPI) made available by the National Institute of Statistics (INE), states that the provinces that registered the lowest variation in prices were Bengo with 0.70%, followed by Cabinda (0.73%) and Cuando Cubango (0.74%).

Namibe with 1.12%, Cunene and Zaire with 1.08% each, as well as Uíge with 1.04%, are among the provinces that registered the greatest variation in terms of price.

In terms of classes, INE indicates that the “Health” class was the one with the highest price increase, with a 1.91% variation.

Also noteworthy are the increases in prices seen in the “Clothing and Footwear” classes with 1.55%, “Miscellaneous goods and services” with 1.45% and “Hotels, Coffee shop and Restaurants” with 1.22%,

The year-on-year change stands at 10.59%, registering a decrease of 15.20 percentage points compared to the one seen in the same period of the previous year (April 2022).

Comparing the current year-on-year change with that registered in the previous month, there is a slowdown pull of 0.22 percentage points, according to data released by INE.

Expenditure on goods and services, which represented the basis for building the national CPI weights and basket of products, was extracted from the results of the Survey on Expenditure and Revenue carried out by the INE, from February 2018 to March 2019, covering urban and rural areas of all provinces, with a total of 12,448 households.

The reference period for household expenditure was, namely, day, week, month, quarter and year.

The results were converted into monthly figures and deflated with the 2008/2009 National CPI series.

Products with non-conventional units of measurement, such as meat, fish and vegetables, packages of cooking oil, salt, sugar, were collected and weighed to calibrate the units and convert them into conventional units.

For the work of aggregating expenses, the process was carried out in each provincial structure, to preserve the individual calculation bases, and the last step was the compilation for the National.

Source: Angola Press News Agency (APNA)

ZEE, Spanish company sign memorandum of understanding

Luanda-Bengo Special Economic Zone (ZEE) and CIMALSA, a company owned by the Autonomous Government of Catalonia, Spain, will sign Tuesday in Barcelona a memorandum of understanding.

The MOU will provide for the transition from the ZEE to the Free Zone, ANGOP learnt today.

The four-year agreement aims to pass on CIMALSA’s experience in the development and implementation of logistical, industrial and service projects, as well as the adoption of management and operating formulas already tested in projects managed by this company.

Over the last 30 years, CIMALSA has specialised in promoting, developing and managing infrastructures and centers for the transport of goods, logistics and mobility, which is the entity that will collaborate in the transition process from the Luanda-Bengo ZEE to the Free Zone.

The knowledge and experience of this Catalan company is crucial for the establishment of technical, administrative and legal procedures, in the transformation of the ZEE into a Free Zone.

The Special Economic Zone’s chairman, Manuel Francisco Pedro, will sign the memorandum, during his visit to Spain from 15 to 17 May 2023.

Available data indicate that the Special Economic Zone (ZEE) yielded US$4 million in the first quarter of this year, accounted for an increase of 116% compared to the same period, whose revenue amounted to around US$2 million dollars.

Source: Angola Press News Agency (APNA)

Team Namibia collects 13 medals in Jesolo

Eight Namibian athletes and their guides won 13 medals after three days of competition at the World Para Athletics (WPA) 2023 Jesolo Grand Prix in Jesolo, Italy.

Round five of the WPA Grand Prix saw over 500 athletes with a disability challenging each other for top honours at the Armando Picchi Stadium as Para-athletes celebrate the 10th anniversary of the WPA Grand Prix.

On Sunday, Namibian athletes who competed in the 200m events added three more medals to their tally of 10 medals which they won in the track and field events. The 13 medals are seven gold, four silver and two bronze.

On Sunday, T11 male sprinter Ananias Shikongo led the way by winning the team’s first gold medal in the 200m with a time of 23.98 seconds. Alessandro Cannata and Gabriele Pirola of Italy finished second and third respectively.

Namibia’s second gold on the day came from T11 female sprinter Lahja Ishitile who clocked a time of 27.13 seconds to overcome Alba Falagan Garcia of Spain. Garcia was behind with a time of 27.76 seconds, and Delya Boulaghlem of France took the last podium place with a time of 28.80 seconds.

T37 sprinter Petrus Karuli won the country’s last medals at this championship. Karuli finished second in a photo finish alongside Thamer Alzahrani of Saudi Arabia, who clocked 26.24 seconds in the 200m. Karuli came second with a time of 26.65 seconds.

T46 athlete Bradley Murere, who on Friday won a gold medal in the 100m sprint, this time around missed out on a medal in the long jump category. He finished fourth behind Robiel Yankiel Sol Cervantes of Cuba, Hajimu Ashida of Japan and Abdulrhm Mahmoud Shabib of Egypt.

Sol Cervantes of Cuba won the event with a world-record jump of 7.69m. The Cuban athlete broke the 7.58m record set by Arnaud Assoumani of France in Christchurch, New Zealand in 2011. Murere jumped 5.93m to finish fourth.

Meanwhile, sprinter Lahja Ipinge who competes in the T12 category also missed out on a podium place after finishing fourth in the 200m sprint with a time of 27.75 seconds. World record holder and Cuban sprinter Omara Elias Durand won the T12 200m race in a time of 24.15 seconds.

Denzel Namene, the ninth athlete for Team Namibia on this tour, did not compete at the Jesolo Grand Prix – he is expected to be on the track at the Notwill Grand Prix in Switzerland next week.

Source: The Namibian Press Agency

National jurisdictions hampering law enforcement agencies: Shikongo

Criminal syndicates are taking advantage of the countless layers of restrictions law enforcement agencies face, given that they are limited to working within national jurisdictions.

This is according to Southern Africa Regional Police Chiefs Cooperation Organisation (SARPCCO) Chairperson and Inspector General (IG) of the Namibian Police Force, Joseph Shikongo, who said organised crime syndicates have gone global and are operating across nations, thereby merging and collapsing SADC borders in the process.

“This situation is compounded by the fact that organised crime syndicates have also digitalised their criminal activities and it only takes a click for them to use cyberspace to commit a crime from miles away,” he expressed.

Shikongo was speaking at the opening of the inaugural SADC Multi-Stakeholder Regional Conference on Transnational Organised Crime Conference in Swakopmund on Monday.

The IG also highlighted the lack of cooperation by law enforcement agencies at national and regional levels, as one of the most prominent and generic challenges observed.

“We are operating in silos. Hence, our efforts to prevent and combat transnational organised crime are fragmented and are characterised by a piecemeal approach. I therefore would like to emphasise that we need to forge unity and fight this crime from a united front and a common understanding, which will enhance resource mobilisation, through forging public-public partnerships, since in the most cases law enforcement agencies are under-resourced, while criminals are well-equipped by criminal syndicates,” Shikongo said.

SADC Secretariat’s Acting Director of the Organ on Politics, Defence and Security Affairs, Kealeboga Moruti at the same occasion stressed the importance of cooperation to effectively fight transnational organised crimes within the region.

“The decision to host this first-ever regional conference communicates with clarity the commitment of SADC chiefs of police, whose roles are undeniable in initiating robust measures and mechanisms to effectively combat transnational organised crime.”

The conference, which is being attended by chiefs of police from SADC countries, is aimed at enhancing regional frameworks and efforts to prevent and combat transnational organised crimes.

Source: The Namibian Press Agency

Slow start for Keetmanshoop Rural Constituency by-elections

Voting in the Keetmanshoop Rural Constituency by-election got off to a slow start Monday morning.

Providing an update on the by-election to the media on Monday, Electoral Commission of Namibia (ECN) Corporate Communications and Marketing Manager, De Wet Siluka said voters only started arriving at the various polling stations later in the day.

Siluka said all polling stations opened at 07h00 and no challenges had been reported by midday.

The ECN set up six fixed polling stations at Aroab and Koës and in Krönlein in Keetmanshoop, while other villages and settlements were being served by six mobile teams.

The by-election was necessitated by the expulsion of constituency councillor Gerrit Witbooi from the Landless People’s Movement (LPM).

The ECN registered 6 675 eligible voters during the supplementary voter registration for the by-election.

LPM, Swapo, the Popular Democratic Movement and the Independent Patriots for Change are contesting the by-election.

The elections are taking place amid allegations by LPM leader Bernadus Swartbooi that the ECN and Swapo party registered 120 new voters who were not part of the supplementary voter registration.

The ECN’s Chief Electoral and Referenda Officer, Theo Mujoro, on Sunday however dismissed the allegations.

Source: The Namibian Press Agency