Students urged to help rid Namibia of crime

PolySAC was established a year ago to educate fellow students not to become involved in criminal activities, to report any suspicious crimes and to work closely with law enforcement agencies. Several high ranking police officers addressed the students and encouraged them to become more active in reducing crime in Namibia. Elifas Andreas, President of PolySAC, addressed the day, held under the theme ‘Together, we cannot let it ride,’ and explained that it meant that students can no more allow things to continue the way they are.

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