Hage Geingob – Profile, Age, Wife, Career & Net Worth

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Hage Geingob – Profile, Age, Wife, Career & Net Worth

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Hage Geingob

Hage Geingob – Biography, Age, Career, Salary & Net Worth

  • Name: Hage Geingob
  • Occupation: politician
  • Date of Birth: 3 August 1941
  • Nationality: South African/ Namibian
  • Net Worth: An estimated net worth of $150 million

Hage Geingob (born 3 August 1941) is the third and current president of Namibia and he has been in office since 21 March 2015.

Hage Geingob Age

Hage Geingob was born on the 3rd of August 1941 in in Otjiwarongo, South West Africa (present day Namibia). As of 2021, he is 80 years and celebrates his birthday on August 3rd every year.

Hage Geingob Education

He acquired his early schooling in the Bantu Education System in Otavi, South West Africa.

In 1964, Geingob moved to the United States to pursue a scholarship at Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. In 1970, he received a BA from Fordham University in New York City, and in 1974, he received an MA in International Relations from the Graduate Faculty of The New School in New York.

Hage Geingob Wife

Hage Geingob married New York City native Priscilla Charlene Cash in 1967, and the pair produced one daughter, Nangula Geingos-Dukes. On September 11, 1993, in Windhoek, Geingob married Loini Kandume, a businesswoman, in a high-profile marriage that produced two children: a daughter and a boy.

In May 2006, Geingob filed for divorce from Kandume, and in July 2008, he was granted a temporary divorce order. On February 14, 2015, Geingob married Monica Geingos. In Windhoek, the Hage Geingob Rugby Stadium is named after him.

Hage Geingob Career

In 1972, Geingob was hired as a political affairs officer to the United Nations Secretariat, a position he held until 1975, when he was named director of the United Nations Institute for Namibia.

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