WINDHOEK: Khomas Regional Governor Laura McLeod-Katjirua yesterday made a familiarisation visit to the Windhoek West Constituency office, where she called on the community to cooperate in tackling issues that affect the country’s citizens.
McLeod-Katjirua said the country is faced with problems such as rampant unemployment, object poverty, critical food insecurity and skills deficit, among others.
She said Namibians need to work together in order to achieve the popular objective.
The governor said she has an open-door policy aimed at encouraging members of the public to interact with the governor’s office on issues affecting their communities.
Meanwhile, Windhoek West Constituency Councillor, Shikwetepo Haindongo echoed the governor’s sentiment, saying Namibia is confronted on a daily basis with problems of unemployment, poverty, food insecurity and skills deficit.