Namibia: Trouble Brews for Okahandja Boss

OUTGOING Okahandja chief executive officer Martha Mutilifa could face legal action if she fails to respond to a summons issued against her by the Anti-Corruption Commission by tomorrow.

Mutilifa faces allegations that she illegally sold large tracts of unserviced land at the town for a song at a time the government had banned land sales in the area.

Earlier this month, Mutilifa was served a summons to appear before the ACC to explain allegations of corruption regarding the sales of that piece of…

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