Namibian defence force chief jets in
Luanda, Luanda – Namibian defence force chief, Lieutenant general Epaphras Denga Ndaitwah, arrived Monday in Luanda for a four-day official visit to Angola, as part of strengthening of bilateral cooperation in military field. At "4 de Fevereiro" International Airport, the Lt general Epaphras Ndaitwah was received by the adviser of the Army's chief of staff, general Peregrino Wambu, the Namibian ambassador to Angola, as well as by the military attaché of that neighbouring country. Top in the visit agenda of Namibian senior officer include official talks between delegations of the two countries, whose delegations are led by Lt. general Epaphras Ndaitwah (for Namibia), while the chief of staff of the Angolan Armed Forces (FAA) general Geraldo Sachipengo Nunda, in representation of Angola. Meeting with the Angolan minister of Defence, Cândido Pereira Van-Dúnem, will also be part of the visiting programme of the Namibian Lt general. Epaphras Denga Ndaitwah will also visit the Army's general barrack, the Commands of National Air Force and Navy, the Military Higher Technical Institute and the Higher School of War. Still, under the Namibian Defence Force chief agenda is the meeting with Namibian students who are attending military courses in Angola.