Michael Amushelelo and his wife Julieta Amushelelo celebrated their 1st wedding anniversary on 13 August 2022 but he was behind bars. Amushelelo was arrested after handing himself over when he was wanted by the law enforcement for his participation in a public demonstration.
The Commissar for Economic Development at the Namibia Economic Freedom Fighters (NEFF), Michael Amushelelo was arrested for threatening to shut down businesses in China Mall. He was unfortunately not at home for his wedding anniversary so he had Surprise Gifts Namibia deliver a special gift to Julieta.
"I got married to my beautiful wife @julieta_xo on the 13th August 2021, our first anniversary as a married couple was on the 13th August 2022. I was in prison for our first anniversary and as her husband I couldn’t be there for her, those are just some of the sacrifices that my wife has had to endure whilst I fight for strangers whom I don’t even know.
"Today I want to thank @surprisegiftsnamibia as they gifted my wife this beautiful hamper whilst I was in prison. I will forever be grateful for their generosity as I don’t know them, yet they decided to reach out to me whilst I’m in prison on what they can get my wife and they got her this beautiful hamper."
He urged his followers to support the company "Thank you @surprisegiftsnamibia and I want to ask all my followers to please follow @surprisegiftsnamibia that’s the only way I am able to thank them, so I genuinely ask you from the bottom of my heart to just take a minute of your time and please go follow their page my dream is to see their page grow from 7k followers to 20k followers. So I am begging you to share this post and like their page because that’s the only best way I know how to thank them."
Amushe expressed gratitude to Julieta who stuck by him when his bank accounts got frozen when he was arrested. "My beautiful wife has been by side through some difficult hardships and we still continue to endure hardships. In 2019 when our bank accounts were frozen and our assets taken she remained by my side, supporting and loving me," he said.
"What hurts us the most is the fact that our bank accounts still remain closed and the biggest victims is Namibian people who invested with us. The government is claiming that it arrested and froze our bank accounts in order to help them.
"How do you help people by harming them even more? All our Project One Million clients can testify that before our arrest and freezing of bank accounts on the 10th October 2019 all our clients always received their money on time," he said. "However my point for today is that if you want to survive hardships, find yourself a companion that is going too love you through the good times and bad times, through difficult financial times and during great financial times."
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