Political analyst Professor Joseph Diescho has cautioned government to abandon what he described as “arrogance and mismanagement of resources” to prevent a revolution. “What we are witnessing in Windhoek at the moment is something that was bound to happen for a number of reasons,” Diescho told the Namibia press agency, explaining that the government has, in recent years, seceded from the people and became dismissive of their genuine concerns. “The government has been inconsistent in its approach to things that matter to the people, chief amongst them the bloated upper bureaucracy that is not commensurate with the size of the population,” Diescho insisted.
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