Left To Right: Ldr Henny Seibeb (Deputy Leader), Ldr Bernadus Swartbooi (Leader).

LPM is led by former Deputy Minister of Lands and Resettlement Hon. Bernadus Swartbooi, who serves as its Leader and Chief Change Campaigner, and Henny Seibeb, the Deputy Leader and Chief Strategist.


Know more about LPM


The Landless People's Movement (LPM) is a political party registered with the Electoral Commission of Namibia on 8 February 2019.

It was formed as a spontaneous government response to elite capture of the land reform programme by bureaucrats at the expense of the landless working class, urban dwellers, peasants, and land dispossessed at a time of increasing calls for genocide reparations. Urban land crisis, land reform, and agrarian reform pre- occupies daily struggles of LPM. Our task right now is to take over the government and form an alternative caring government for all, putting people first, and restoring our people's dignity essentially.

The party has four seats in parliament. This 4 seats are occupied by the Party's President, Bernadus Swartbooi, Mootu Utaara, Isaacks Edison and Seibeb Henry.

Top five

Top Leadership

The top five are the highest body and decision-makers together with the Political Action Committee (PAC) 

support team

Bernadus Swartbooi

Leader & Chief Change Campaigner

Bernadus Swartbooi

Leader & Chief Change Campaigner

Dawid Eigub

Operative Security

Edwart Hiangoro

Deputy Operative Security

Aina Kodi Hanganeni

Treasurer General (T.G)

mission & vision

Our mission & vision

The Landless People’s Movement aims to build Namibia into a great nation that:


The LPM-led government will build additional schools and hostels for primary and secondary schools, and ensure that adequate sports facilities are built.


LPM-led government will fast track infrastructural development in the health industry by building additional state hospitals in Omusati, Ohangwena, Rundu, Katima Mulilo, Erongo, Omaheke, Otjozondjupa regions due population densities.


Youth development is key to any nation's growth. Sports, recreation and leisure are vital components of GDP growth. Over the decades, LPM observed that sports industry is undermined, underfunded, undervalued as a key contributor to GDP growth.