Motswedi game gives Batswana in the diaspora a feel of home

Motswedi Board Game inventor Thabiso Titus Paul (black shirt)
Motswedi Board Game inventor Thabiso Titus Paul (black shirt)

Motswedi Board Game inventor, Thabiso Titus Paul, says Batswana residing abroad need something indigenous to make them feel at home despite being away from their homeland.

Explaining his board game, Paul said the game covers a wide spectrum of content that gives participants a sense of belonging. “Ga a bo motho go thebephatshwa. The country should not neglect those in the other parts of the world.

Therefore it is essential that the Botswana flag continues to fly high and Motswedi Game exists to fill in that gap,” Paul said. He also said Motswedi Board Game is a knowledge game that helps one to learn a lot of Botswana culture, heritage, history as well as national icons.

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