WINDHOEK: The National Unity Democratic Organisation (Nudo) has called on Government to build more classrooms as schools are overcrowded due to the implementation of the free primary education policy.
Newly elected Secretary-General (SG) Meundju Jahanika made the statement yesterday at a media conference where the party’s resolutions taken at its second congress held over the weekend were announced.
The two-day congress took place in the capital and elected the party’s new leadership, including a new Vice-President, Secretary-General (SG), Deputy SG, treasurer and secretary for information.
Jahanika said the congress resolved to appreciate the implementation of free education, but said such implementation was long overdue.
He said because the implementation is long overdue, Government should also compensate parents by giving them free hostel facilities.