Minister of Defence and Veterans Affairs, Peter Vilho, responding to Landless People’s Movement Member of Parliament Henny Seibeb, who wanted the minister to confirm the allegations that about 3500 Chinese military personnel are in Namibia, refused to divulge any information. This was however not taken lightly by Popular Democratic Movement MP Vipuakuje Muharukua who stood up and proposed that there should be standing rules in Parliament to interrogate the accountability of the Ministry of Defence and its companies because the ministry continues to be unaccountable to anyone but the President only, which can be dangerous. He added that the Ministry of Defence is a good thing for the country, but it can also be dangerous if it continues with its current operation of unaccountability.