Namibia: Geingob’s Daughters Defend Tunacor Shares

PRESIDENT Hage Geingob’s two daughters have defended their decision to acquire shares in Tunacor, a fishing company that has been accused of receiving preferential fishing quotas from former fisheries minister Bernhard Esau.

The president’s two daughters – Nangula Geingos Dukes and Oshoveli Munashimue – own shares through Naaveyo Family Trust.

There are allegations that companies under the Tunacor flagship have been previously favoured by former fisheries minister Esau and new minister Albert…


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