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Tough lives of undocumented Ngamilanders


Hundreds reduced to abject poverty by lack of Omang

Hundreds of Ngamilanders of Angolan descent have become undocumented and stateless when their Identity cards (OMang) were revoked recently.

Maapeo Yeto, of Bombadi ward in Maun is one such person who lives a tough life of an undoumented individual.

The 49- year- old woman has found herself in a predicament whereby she can’t work or enjoy benefits that citizens of this country are entitled to because she couldn’t renew her Omang (Identity card) this year.

Yeto like many others of Angolan descent who were born here and issued IDS on...

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