Namibia repatriates 38 Zambians over various criminal offenses

The Namibian government has repatriated 38 Zambians due to various criminal offences.

Namibia's President Hage Geingob

Zambia’s Immigration Department Spokesperson, Namati Nshinka, said they received 13 repatriated people from Namibia on Thursday.

This brings the total of repatriated Zambians from Namibia to 38 in the last week.

A release from Zambian officials said the Zambians were sent back home for various offenses ranging from unlawful entry, illegal fishing, theft, and drug abuse.

Meanwhile, immigration officers also arrested about 98 foreigners for various immigration offenses over the past one week.

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