Namibian refugees in Botswana given two months return home

Namibian refugees residing at Dukwi refugee camp in Botswana have been given two months to go back to their mother land.

What you need to know:

  • Dukwi camp was established by the Lutheran World Federation in 1978

  • Minister quoted saying that measures were in place to facilitate the return of the Namibians
  • Botswana is one of the Africa’s most stable countries

Over 900 Namibian refugees living in Botswana have been given two months to return home, local media confirmed.

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