Here’s your chance to ask anything you want of high-level African hunting officials. Outdoor Life Editor Andrew McKean has arranged an interview with Namibia’s Secretary of State, Netumbo Nandi-Ndaitwah next month in Namibia.

Nandi-Ndaitwah was previously the country’s Minister of Environment and Tourism and during her term in that office she promoted the concept of selective and ethical hunting as the primary wildlife management tool in the southwestern Africa nation.

Also participating in the interview, which will take place in Windhoek next month, is the country’s incoming Minister of Environment and Tourism, Uahekua Herunga.

Outdoor Life would like to deliver questions from its readers to these influential leaders. Please submit your question below. We may edit them for brevity and clarity, but we’ll post the entire Q-and-A on later this summer.