The Namibian Police Force in the Otjozondjupa Region has called for assistance in the identification of six people who were burnt beyond recognition on Friday night after the mini-bus they were travelling in collided with another vehicle. NamPol spokesperson in the region, Inspector Maureen Mbeha told the Namibia press agency that while the six bodies have been moved to Windhoek for the DNA forensic identification process to start, the process is slow as the relatives of the deceased have not yet come forward to assist in the DNA sampling process. Mbeha therefore called on the general public whose family members were travelling from the northern parts of the country to the coastal towns and did not reach their destinations to contact the Otjiwarongo Police Station.