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By: Isai Sipunga
The City of Windhoek has warned residents not to fall prey to unauthorized individuals or agencies who are conducting land transactions in the name of the municipality. In an interview with Today on One, City of Windhoek Public Relations Officer, Lydia Amutenya, urged Windhoek residents not to make payments to these unauthorized individuals as the municipality has not tasked anyone to negotiate or collect funds from the public. According to Amutenya, it is unclear how many residents have already fallen victim to this scam as only a few cases have been reported to the municipality. Residents are urged to contact the City of Windhoek for confirmation before paying any amount over to any individual or agency they are uncertain of.
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