The removal of the veterinary cordon fence has nothing to do with Affirmative Repositioning leader Job Amupanda, who wants it declared illegal and unconstitutional by the High Court. This, Nampa reports, is according to Opuwo Urban Constituency councillor, Ueutjerevi Ngunaihe, in his plea for Namibians to rally behind the AR leader to ensure the VCF falls. Infamously known as the ‘red line’, the VCF’s presence dates back to 1896 when it was erected as disease surveillance and exclusion fence separating northern Namibia from central and southern Namibia.
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