By Libuto Walubita in Windhoek
Immanuel ( Prince) Naindjala will launch his come back at boxing bonanza on 5 April when he will take on Miyeyusho Francis of Tanzania for the WBO Africa bantamweight title.
Prince Naidjala previously held the title but he lost his WBO Bantamweight world title bid against Kameda Tomaki of Japan on 3 December 2013.
This was Naindjala’s first defeat as a professional boxer and his record now stands at 17 wins ,with 11 knock out one draw and one defeat.
Naidjala was a former WBO Africa Champion but when he lost to Kameda Tomaki he also lost the African title.
He will now challenge for his title and he has to go through the ranks again to reach the top.
At the press conference held in Windhoek last month ( March 10) Nestor Tobias a Namibian boxing promoter said that Naidjala would have to go through the ranks again to be on top of boxing career.
The first fight was supposed to be staged at Windhoek Country Club on 21 March on Namibia’s independence but the club was fully booked, according to the promoter Nestor, the fight will be staged on the 5th of April.
Oppenent for Naindjala will be a Tazanian born Miyeyusho aged 34 .He is the professional fighter with 10 defeats , 2 draws and 37 wins. His last defeat was in April 2012. Since then he fought well and won six  fights in the row in his country Tazania.
Miyeyusho is a good opponent and he has good record and he fought well all over the world.
Nestor further said that he will soon announce another boxing bonaza which will feature Namibia’s fomer WBO bantamweight champion Ambunda Paulus and WBO African Welterweight champion Tysen Ushona of Namibia.