Serowe voters sing the blues in the queues

Monthe says he received no help from IEC officers
Monthe says he received no help from IEC officers

SEROWE: Elderly people, community members with disability, expectant and breastfeeding mothers here rued this year’s polls, complaining officers failed to cater for them.

They feel the preparations of the just concluded national polls disregarded them.  Modiredi Monthe defined the past polls as the worst in his view since he started voting during the nation’s second polls in 1969.

He was a 14-year-old primary school pupil at Mahalapye in 1965 and by then, was not eligible to vote. After the country gained Independence in 1966, he moved home to Serowe.

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