Manifestos, not insults please!

As the media have been under attack lately for sharing unpalatable political messages mostly through social media.

Whether textual or electronic, whatever we share with you represents exactly what our leaders say. They say what they want you to hear and believe you would approve and thereby cast votes in their favour.

Quite frankly, it is not that the electorate relish in hearing politicians using foul language during campaigns. Therefore we to take this opportunity to call on political leaders, followers, and indeed all Batswana to shun this uncouth and barbaric behaviour that has lately found its way into our political discourse.

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