Affirmative Repositioning leader Job Amupanda has asked the Electoral Commission of Namibia to consider allowing two queues at polling stations on election day. Nampa reports that Amupanda in a letter written to Chief Electoral and Referenda Officer, Theo Mujoro, said during engagements with community members in Katutura the residents, particularly the youth, repeatedly complained about alleged mistreatment by the ECN during the 2019 Presidential and National Assembly Elections. He said they alleged that allowing elderly people to vote first resulted in some of them not being able to vote. Amupanda thus suggested that there be two queues – one for the elderly and the other for the youth. Contacted for comment on Tuesday, ECN Marketing and Communication manager Lina Ndengu said they operate according to the Electoral Act, which does not allow ECN officials to turn people away if they were in the queue before closing time.