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Up and Coming Leader in Namibia’s Ruling Party is Now Studying Political Science at Peking University

Oshikoto Swapo coordinator Armas Amukwiyu. Image via New Era.

Armas Amukwiyu, a rising star in Namibia’s ruling SWAPO party took some time off from his day job doing political organizing in the northern Oshikoto region to go to Beijing to study politics at China’s most prestigious university.

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