Angelina Jolie kuier weer in #Namibia, bring blitsbesoek aan @hagegeingob. https://t.co/XEYfaZDlmV pic.twitter.com/pwqreAWvzu— Republikein (@republikein_na) June 27, 2017
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The famous Hollywood actress and human rights campaigner Angelina Jolie is visiting Namibia again. She had a goodwill visit with Pres. Hage Geingob at State House. State House sent an invitation to the media yesterday morning to attend the event, but shortly thereafter, the invitation was withdrawn. Angelina is apparently in the country only for a short while and due to her limited time, she just visited the president yesterday....
The Shiloh Jolie-Pitt Foundation donated US $ 2 million to N/A'an ku Se Foundation in 2010 for the conservation of Namibia's cultures, wildlife as well as the living standards of the San community through education, job creation and improved health care. The foundation was specifically founded under Shiloh's name, "because we want her to grow up with the awareness and involvement of her native country," Angelina said. With Shiloh's ninth birthday, she received three N/A'an ku se cheetahs as gifts. The female was named after Shiloh and she chose the names for the two males - Odyssey and Wonder. A month later, Angelina could hold the cheetahs on behalf of Shiloh during a quick visit to the farm. Dr. Rudie van Vuuren told Republikein on Monday that Angelina was in the country only for a short while "but she will be coming to visit next time." According to him, she is involved in the establishment of N/A'an ku se's new refuge for rhino and elephant calves orphaned by poaching.
They've finished with the photo shoot. She may have left at the same time as the photo crew, not long after her courtesy call with the president. She didn't want the media to be around the State House quite possibly because she didn't want to be asked about her stay and her travel plans. She has always been obsessive about secrecy and obviously, now more than ever before. It may be why her hairdresser, alarmed at the attention, made his Instagram posts private.