Accra, March 20, GNA – The Namibian High Commission which was initiated in November 2014 has been officially opened in Accra to serve Ghanaians and strengthen the cordial relationship between the two countries.
Mr Charles B. Josob, High Commissioner of the Republic of Namibia to Ghana, said the official opening of the commission marks a new chapter as it commences full operations.
He said the Government of the Republic of Namibia had decided to give full meaning to the bilateral relations between the two countries.
Mr Josob said Ghanaians should visit Namibia to witness some of the natural wonders of the land and its nice people who are very friendly.
He said Namibia is a land of contrast, a country that was willing to share its beauty, resources and assist the needy around the world.
The High Commissioner said it was historical to note that the Commission was opened exactly at the same period the country attained independence.
He said the 21st of March would also be an important day to the country since there would be peaceful handing over of power between President Pohamba and President-elect Hage Godfried Geingob which would make him the third democratically elected President of the Republic of Namibia.
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