Official opposition leader McHenry Venaani – whose current term ends in 2024 – says he is not ready to hang up his political gloves yet, as Namibia is at a crossroads and that an opposition-led coalition government is imminent. “Nobody retires at 44 from politics. I am going to run for the last term in 2024 and after that, I will look at the future of the party. I can’t allow the party to take a fresh new leader to go and contest in the next election if we don’t give that leader enough time,” Venaani said. His remarks, the Namibia press agency reports, come at a time when jostling for PDM’s heart and soul is in full swing, as the squabble between Venaani and his lieutenant continues to play out in full public view.
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