Namibia’s President Hage Geingob dies at 82, See Hage Geingob cause of Death

Hage Gottfried Geingob’s was known as Hage Geingob. He was a Namibian politician. From 2015 until his death in February 2024, Hage Geingob worked as the third president of Namibia.

From 1990 to 2002, Hage Geingob was the first Prime Minister of Namibia.

Hage Geingob also worked as prime minister (2012-2015), Minister of Trade and Industry (2008-2012), and president of the ruling SWAPO Party (2017 until his death).

Hage Geingob Cause of Death and Obituary

Recently the news of the death of Namibian President Hage Geingob is coming to light. Hage Geingob died on 4 February 2024 at the age of 82 at the AD Pohamba Private Hospital, Windhoek, Namibia.

Hage Geingob’s cause of death was cancer.

Hage Geingob had brain surgery in 2013. Hagee later revealed that he was a prostate cancer survivor in 2014. Hage Geingob underwent heart valve surgery in South Africa in June 2023.

Hage Geingob announced on 8 January 2024 that he had been diagnosed with cancer again after a colonoscopy and gastroscopy.

Hage Geingob went to the United States for treatment on 25 January and returned to Namibia on 30 January after 2 days of treatment.

On 4 February 2024, Vice President Nangolo Mbumba announced the news of Hage Geingob’s death.

Who was the first wife of Hage Geingob?

Hage Geingob was born on 3 August 1941 in Otjiwarongo, Namibia.

Hage Geingob married three time. Hage Geingob’s first wife was
Priscilla “Patty” Geingos. They married in 1967 and divorced i 1992. The couple has a daughter whose name is Nangula Geingos-Dukes.

Hage Geingob married second time in 1993 with Loini Kandume. She is a businesswoman. The couple has two children- Hage Geingob Jr. and Dângos Geingos. The couple divorced in 2008.

Hage Geingob’s current wife was Monica Geingos. The married on 14 February 2015. The couple were together until Hege Geingob’s death.

Tribute to Hege Gingob

Kenya’s Prime Minister William Ruto said Geingob was a “distinguished leader who served the people of Namibia with focus and dedication” and “strongly promoted the continent’s voice and visibility at the global arena.”

In a statement, Russian President Vladimir Putin said he would “forever cherish” his memories of meeting Geingob. “It is difficult to overestimate his personal contribution to developing friendly relations between Namibia and Russia.”

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