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THE Twapewa Kadhikwa Annual Women's Retreat weekend, which aimed to activate the faith of women, as well as renew their mindsets for a more productive and prosperous future, will be remembered by those who attended as a life changer.


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      Woman and baby disappear without a trace

      by Eino Vatileni

      Albertina Jason Photo: Contributed/Nampol

      THE Namibian Police are requesting the public's assistance to trace the whereabouts of Albertina Jason (23), who left her home at Tsumeb on 15 May 2022 with another woman's three-month-old baby.

      Known as Tina, Jason is from Onakashino village.

      She had claimed that she would be visiting her boyfriend at Oshakati, but she never arrived.

      Police spokesperson deputy commissioner Kauna Shikwambi said efforts by Jason's family to trace her have proven fruitless.

      Jason is of average build, medium height and is light in complexion.

      Shikwambi said both Jason and the baby are missing.

      "We are suspecting that she is in the area of Uupindi location at Oshakati, and that area is vast making it a little bit harder for us to find her, that is why we are looking for public assistance.

      “The mother of the baby is also in limbo now," Shikwambi said.

      Anyone with information regarding their whereabouts should contact detective chief inspector Endjala on 081 255 9815 or detective inspector Hango on 081 200 0022.


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