KTM members mourn, pay tribute to Motswaledi

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Some members of KTM Choir have paid tribute to Umbrella for Democratic Change (UDC) secretary-general and Botswana Movement for Democracy (BMC) president, Gomolemo Motswaledi, saying that he immensely helped shape their careers.

Speaking to Arts & Culture, Afro-jazz songbird Nnunu Ramogotsi said that her interaction with the celebrated and multi-talented Motswaledi helped shape her life and career.

“I first met Motswaledi in 1998 after my conductor at St Conrad Church Choir in Ramotswa, Puso Phetoe, approached him and told him that there was a promising soloist that he should meet,” Ramogotsi said, adding that she auditioned to be part of KTM Choir in January of the same year, but only had the guts to join the choir in November. 

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