By Elezo Libanza
On July 14, Katima Mulilo the social protection systems in Namibia are among the most complete on the continent. It consists of both governmental and private arrangements that offer protection against a range of risks to people with different income levels. Social protection has been greatly expanded by the Republic of Namibia’s government.
To address these difficulties, the last 20 years. Namibia has maintained to fulfill its commitments by giving its inhabitants more social benefits despite the limited fiscal resources at its disposal. In an effort to match the handouts with inflation and the cost of living, the government has raised both the number of recipients and the size of the social subsidies it offers over time.
Social benefits such as old age and disability grants have come at a cost for the state, as neighboring countries do not have the same social protection programs as Namibia, and many people from neighboring countries have been coming to Namibia for the purpose of accessing the grants, but they would first fraudulently acquire citizenship as it’s a gateway to accessing benefits such as old age, disability, having child grants, etc.
According to a rapid undercover investigation by the Namibia Daily News, several foreigners have obtained Namibian citizenship in order to be eligible for the rewards. A man who asked to remain anonymous out of concern for his safety told NDN that Namibia is Europe in Africa and that its residents enjoy perks that are unheard of.
To become a Namibian, one must make every effort possible as the name change alone may lead to future prospects. What a kind country! If one receives a monthly financial payment merely for being a Namibian, they can maintain their families while concentrating on other sources of income. You can receive a top-up from the government that meets you halfway in Zambia, Zimbabwe, and even other European nations.
The Namibian government and its people must proudly defend their resources while the cost of living continues to rise worldwide. Late last year, NDN conducted an undercover investigation that revealed a scheme in which foreigners paid young women to legally wed them as a secondary means of obtaining permanent resident permits or even citizenship, which cannot be done without the corrupt public civil servants who continue to fish out citizenship to foreigners like hotcakes. ~Namibia Daily News