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Lights go off at Namibia's energy conference

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The electricity briefly went off at a hotel in Nambia's capital, Widndhoek, where the government was meeting foreign businessmen to urge them to invest in the energy sector, the private Namibian newspaper reports.

President Hage Geingob joked that the blackout was intended to indicate to the businessmen that they needed to invest in the industry.
He also called on white people to share their wealth with black people, saying Namibia was one of the most unequal countries in the world, the newspaper reports.
Namibia became independent in 1990

BBC