Rapama’s estate valued at N$6 million

19 September 2014 Author  

front Rapamab 19 SeptemberThe late Governor of Omaheke Region and former Mayor of Grootfontein, Rapama Rehabeam Kamehozu left an estate worth N$5,795,790. Kamehozu passed away last year after succumbing to cancer.

Prior to his appointment as Governor of Omaheke by President Hifikepunye Pohamba, Kamehozu served as Governor of Otjozondjupa Region.

The first and final liquidation and distribution account in the estate of the former governor lists immovable property consisting of erf 390 in Grootfontein valued at N$3,6 million and erf 1501 in Otjiwarongo valued at N$250,000.

The estate also list movable property, including livestock worth N320,510 and furniture worth N$78,000.

Half of the late governor’s estate will go to his widow Evelina Immanuel Kamehozu by virtue of their marriage in community of property.

Her inheritance consists of a 50 percent share of the Grootfontein home, 50 fully paid shares in Akkana Holdings, 100 fully paid shares in Omaheke Mining and livestock worth N$320,510 as well as a cash amount of N$579, 235.

The widow will also receive an equal share of the surplus for distribution of N$1.4 million together with the late governor’s children Gordon Sam Kamehozu, Kamehozu Kamehozu, Yasser Arafat Kamehozu, Mary Uaangwa Inpileni, Fulama Kamoni and Cornelia Tjekupe Kamehozu.

Rapama is survived by his wife, six children and 19 grandchildren.






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