Statement by His Excellency, Dr. Sam Nujoma, Founding President and Father of the Namibian Nation, on the occasion of the 15th Polytechnic Cultural Festival, 2010, Polytechnic of Namibia, Windhoek, 10th August 2010.
Nujoma, Dr. Sam
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