Leaders of the Namibia Economic Freedom Fighters yesterday marched to the offices of Cheetah Cement outside Otjiwarongo, calling for the removal of Chinese nationals allegedly working there without work permits. The Namibia Press Agency reports that Epafras Mukwiilongo, who is the commander-in-chief of the party, along with his deputy, Kalimbo Iipumbu were accompanied by Gregory Cloete, Michael Amushelelo, and Dimbulukeni Nauyoma. They carried documents containing six names of Chinese nationals who they accuse to have been in Namibia working for Cheetah Cement without work permits or visas. Mukwiilongo said the party is against any exploitation of workers or the exploitation of the natural resources of the country.
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