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Betty suing Nashinge N$ 400 000 for defamatory remarks

By Staff Reporter

It seems that Betty Davids investment talk on Instagram is about to pay off as she is suing IPC spokesperson Imms Nashinge N$ 400 000 for calling her a prostitute on WhatsApp.

She filed the lawsuit on Wednesday at the High Court and demands the money with an unconditional retraction and apology for these defamatory remarks.
In her court documents Betty said Nashinge made these remarks on a WhatsApp group named “Global Africa Unity.”

It seems that Betty Davids investment talk on Instagram is about to pay off as she is suing IPC spokesperson Imms Nashinge N$ 400 000 for calling her a prostitute on WhatsApp.
She filed the lawsuit on Wednesday at the High Court and demands the money with an unconditional retraction and apology for these defamatory remarks.
In her court documents Betty said Nashinge made these remarks on a WhatsApp group named “Global Africa Unity.”

He reportedly said that she is incompetent, unqualified and is a person who has no professional credibility and integrity to participate in a public discussion concerning investment in Namibia and that she was using the interview to promote prostitution.
He also allegedly wrote that she is known for sleeping with around with older men like Paul Shipoke.

“This is an indication that the usless investment nonsense in the presidency will be a serious flop. That Nangula woman will regret leaving PWC” he wrote.
Commisioner Kauna Shikwambi told unwrap.online that Nashinge is due to appear in court on Tuesday.

“No fine was issued in that regard but a warning to appear in court, on Tuesday next week,” Shikwambi.
Attempts to reach Nashinge where to no avail.

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