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FLON name drops GOT

That moment when your First Lady can relate.

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Just when we thought we were alone the first lady Monica Geingos dropped a bold hint that she too is up at 03H00 in the morning to Games and Thrones just like us the mere mortals.

Responding to Tweeps criticizing the government for the brutality of the Namibia Defence Forces (NDF) who has attacked innocent civilians over the weekend, Geingob said, “I am waiting for #GOTS8E3 so I have time to ask why I am being asked about police states? Namibia is so far from being a police state. The way the seven kingdoms are ruled qualifies as a police state as its authoritarian has no constitutional boundaries and no rule of law.”

This earned her the ire of Namibian tweeps some responding that “When kids are in a household and they are disturbed/not happy about something they run to their mothers to report it. Inololoka meme, we will @ you for as long as we have something bothering us. We are reporting to you because we know you are capable of making a difference.”

One tweep @yaKondja said he gets the impression from her thread that she really does not care much.
“It’s silent yet loud. I just see a different mother in your position saying something different,” he tweeted.

Geingos went further to say that “some advice before GOT upsets me, outrage is important but it must be channeled correctly to ensure results. In addition to criminal cases and ombudsperson, considering raising funds and take a case for civil litigation so that these issues get ventilated in court.”

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