Mmegi Online :: AP preaches unity, hard work
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Tuesday 18 September 2018, 23:51 pm.
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AP preaches unity, hard work

FRANCISTOWN: Hundreds of Francistown residents over the weekend braved the chilly weather to attend the launch of the Alliance for Progressives (AP) at the Chedu Choga grounds.
By Chakalisa Dube Wed 28 Feb 2018, 10:39 am (GMT +2)
Mmegi Online :: AP preaches unity, hard work








The launch also attracted people from afar field places such as Kasane and Maun.

Majority of those who attended the launch were youth who were in full purple AP regalia.

A space usually reserved for parking was filled by those who attended the launch, and some car owners were forced to find open spaces for parking some distance away from the Chedu Choga grounds. 

Speaking a the launch, AP president Ndaba Gaolathe whose speech was mostly the usual political rhetoric urged his troops to work hard for that party so that it makes a statement at the next general elections.

Just like Umbrella for Democratic Change (UDC) president Duma Boko who never speak ill about the AP, Gaolathe shied away from talking about the former (UDC).

His speech was mainly premised on the failures and shortcomings of the ruling party.    

Gaolatlhe said that hard work, focus and sound policies are the only elements that can help the AP to win the 2019 general elections.

“We should not only be seen to be visible in urban areas and Francistown only. We have to take the message of our party around all parts of the country even in very rural areas. Let us convince Batswana that we have

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the ability to liberate them from the ruling BDP (which has failed them for years),” said Gaoalathe who ealier articulated the AP’s view as to how the country should be run.

He continued, “At AP I am surrounded by people with integrity who can lead this country into prosperity. I am convinced that by 2019 we will be having a new government if we work hard and package our message to the voters in an attractive manner”.

Taking the stage, the host and AP vice president, Wynter Mmolotsi preached unity and hard work to party members, leading to next year’s general elections.

The Francistown South legislator also invited sports movements, churches as well other civil societies to support the AP’s ambitions of winning power from the ruling BDP.

“We appeal to all the churches, sport teams and all the civil societies to support our goal (to remove the BDP from power) because the BDP cannot handle the problems of this country because they are very huge and complex.

“The BDP does not have the capacity to handle these problems. They also created some of them (problems) hence it is not far fetched to think that they do not have their solutions,” he said.

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