The Landless People’s Movement says an independent committee is needed to distribute humanitarian food parcels to citizens, as opposed to councillors doing the job, especially towards elections. Nampa reports that in a statement issued on Monday, LPM deputy leader Henny Seibeb appealed to the United Nations and the Electoral Commission of Namibia to come up with a code of conduct and laws for councillors and politicians to abide by. According to Seibeb, the LPM has dispatched a team to investigate Harambee food stored at the Katutura East Constituency where some residents in the area have complained of not receiving food for the past four months.