Okalongo Constituency

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Okalongo Constituency (yellow) in the Omusati Region (dark grey)

Okalongo Constituency is an electoral constituency in the Omusati Region of Namibia on the border to Angola. It has 28,657 inhabitants.[1] The constituency contains villages such as: Onandjaba, Omatwadiva, Onaidjimba, Okafitu Kauvale, Olwiili, Ongolo, Ondudu, Onembaba, Ondobe Yehumba, Ondobe Yefidi, Ohakapeke, Olupandu, Epoko, Olupito, Onambome and many more.

Politics[edit]

As in all constituencies in Omusati, SWAPO won the 2015 regional election by a landslide. Laurentius Iipinge gained 6,923 votes, while Simson Nangolo of the Democratic Turnhalle Alliance (DTA) gained only 80.[2]

Education[edit]

There are many school such as: Haudano Senior Secondary School, Tomas Tutaleni Senior Secondary School, Lucas Damascus Primary School, Oshaaluwata Combined School, Onembaba Combined School, Ondeipanda Primary School, Ouvale Primary School, John Shekundja Combined School, St Gabriel Primary School, Epoko Combined School, Oshatotwa Combined School, Eshakeno Primary School, and Sheetekela Combined School.

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Coordinates: 17°26′S 15°20′E / 17.433°S 15.333°E / -17.433; 15.333