The number of Angolan refugees camping at Etunda in the Omusati region has dwindled in recent days after they heard of talks to relocate them to safer ground. The migrants have moved to other parts of the region in search of jobs to harvest and thresh mahangu.
Governor of Omusati, Erginus Endjala said the number of the remaining migrants is in the process of being established, but confirmed that some have moved away from the camp.
According to him, the migrants fear that once moved, they would be…
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