Hopeful Moseki 16 years aspiring legislator

Moseki is also a human rights activist
Moseki is also a human rights activist

Sixteen years still trying his luck as a parliamentary aspirant in the Francistown East constituency, private attorney Morgan Moseki is raring to go against all odds and beams hope that 2019 is his year. Mmegi Staff Writer RYDER GABATHUSE speaks to the politician who has a leaning to politics of the left

FRANCISTOWN: The journey to Parliament might seem hopeless and impossible for Moseki who has been trying his luck albeit without success, but the attorney-cum-politician is confident more than ever before that there is no better time than the 2019 general elections.

His rough journey started in 2003, a year after his early retirement from the public service when he tried his luck in a by-election precipitated by the abrupt departure of former area MP Joy Phumaphi. He stood against another political green horn, Phandu Skelemani who had just retired from the civil service as the attorney general.

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