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Covid-19: Leonard Witbeen, Xuro Milton and Michael Pulse take care of the elderly 

Namibian creatives take the president’s words literally that nobody should be left behind, even during a pandemic. 

Namibian personalities are taking initiative and are helping authorities to fight the Covid-19 pandemic and we stan. Having noticed the high statistics of death of the elderly people who have been left abandoned particularly in Italy, Michael Pulse, Xuro Milton AKA OC Ebs and Leonard Witbeen took it upon themselves to ensure that the elderly community in Namibia is not left alone. In a 24 hour mission, the three creatives took it upon themselves to collect as much as they can and to deliver to the Katutura Old Age Home. 

The trio took to social media and helped gather N$ 2000 in cash and other non-monetary donations which they delivered to the home. 


” We found out that the old age home is in need and we took the initiative to lead the masses so we can help take care of them. We urge everyone to help donate because unlike anyone, they are not allowed to leave the home as they are at high risk of contracting the virus, ” they said. 


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