Retired Inspector General of the Namibian Police Force, Lieutenant-General Sebastian Ndeitunga says although he is retiring, he will continue to be haunted by various high-profile cases that are yet to be concluded. The Namibia Press Agency reports that these cases amongst others include the 2018 murder of nine-year-old Cheryl Avihe Ujaha, the 2010 murder of Dawid Bezuidenhoudt High School learner Magdalena Stoffels, and the disappearance of four-year-old Spencer Mandela in Luderitz in 2020. Ndeitunga retired on Wednesday after serving the force for 17 years and is replaced by Inspector General, Joseph Shikongo who was conferred as the new head of NamPol on Wednesday.