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Message of Condolences on the Passing of H.E Dr Hage G. Geingob

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The Museums Association of Namibia (MAN) extends our deepest condolences to the First Lady, Madame Monica Geingos and his children, to the people of Namibia and to all those mourning the loss of a remarkable leader, H.E Dr Hage G. Geingob, President of the Republic of Namibia, who passed away on 4th February 2024.

His Excellency's legacy as "a distinguished servant of the people, a liberation struggle icon, the chief architect of our constitution, and the pillar of the Namibian house,"  as eloquently described by H.E. Dr Nangolo Mbumba, Acting President, will forever be etched in the history of our great nation.

President Geingob's contributions to the development and progress of Namibia have left an indelible mark. His commitment to the ideals of democracy, justice, and equality has shaped the course of our nation's history and has been an inspiration to many.

In addition to his political leadership, President Geingob played a pivotal role in Namibia's cultural and social fabric. His vision and support for cultural initiatives have greatly enriched our heritage, and his legacy will continue to resonate through the vibrant tapestry of Namibian culture.

During this challenging time, we stand in solidarity with the Namibian people, sharing collective grief over the loss of a visionary leader. May the memories of President Hage G. Geingob bring solace and strength to all who mourn his passing.

Our thoughts and prayers are with the First Lady, Madame Monica Geingos, his children, family and loved ones of President Geingob. We join the nation in honouring his extraordinary life and contributions to the Republic of Namibia.

With heartfelt condolences,
Museums Association of Namibia

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