A group calling itself the ‘Youth and Activists From Genocide Affected Communities’ has hit back at German-speaking Namibians who claim the land they own was legally obtained. The group expressed support for the highly contested genocide pact sealed between the German and Namibian governments, but said they felt the amount of N$ 18 billion to be paid over 30 years was a slap in the face of the genocide communities. Dawid Kaiko, the movement’s spokesperson, said instead that N$ 1.1 trillion should be paid according to their calculations, taking into account the amount of land lost, cattle losses, displacement and loss of life.