Why Domkrag is declining?

There is no question about the decline of Domkrag, the question may be why? Batswana may be unable to predict the 2014 general elections results, whether the ruling BDP or one of the opposition parties will win, but nobody doubts that the general elections results will show the BDP popularity nose-diving.

This, in spite of the crowing by H.E President Ian Khama that the BDP can win all the 57 constituencies if BDP activists work as hard as he does. This aspiration was echoed by his two lieutenants, Mpho Balopi, Secretary General and  the then party chairman Honourable Guma Moyo.

Guma Moyo  we  know has since turned heel and fled from the scene of party command and Balopi is deeply embroiled in theBulela ditswe mishmash. The Bulela ditswe imbroglio incidentally is a sure sign that the decline of Domkrag is irrevocable. The enormous victim of the fiasco we know was Honourable Minister Ndelu Seretse.  It started with the kicking of the ballot box at some council ward. This incident gave Honourable Seretse a glimmer of hope that the trouncing that was evident in all the polling stations could be reversed.

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