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Namibian Government's Luxury Vehicles Questioned

December 29, 2014

The Namibian government's purchase of luxury SUVs and sedans for a newly elected administration taking office in March has been questioned by local media outlets, reports StarAfrica.com.

The administration is waiting for 28 Mercedes-Benz vehicles ordered for the new administration on top of nine Mercedes-Benz ML 500 SUVs delivered two months ago. Last year, the government bought 25 Mercedes-Benz sedans worth $1.7 million for regional governors, the National Assembly speaker and his deputy, and other leaders.

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