Olupaka Combined School

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Olupaka Combined School is a school in Eyanda village in Outapi Constituency in northern Namibia. The school was founded in 1951 by the Roman Catholic Mission and became a state school in 1972.[1] The school patron is Chief Justice Peter Shivute; former Namibian president Sam Nujoma is its goodwill ambassador.[2]

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  1. ^ Heita, Desie (13 September 2010). "School has never seen a microscope". New Era. Archived from the original on 13 September 2010. 
  2. ^ Shivute, Oswald (28 Sep 2010). "Nujoma disappointed by bad school results". The Namibian.