A peep into the BPF manifesto

Khama and Butale at BPF launch PIC: THALEFANG CHARLES
Khama and Butale at BPF launch PIC: THALEFANG CHARLES

Although time is fast running out for the opposition Botswana Patriotic Front (BPF) to launch its manifesto, the party spokesperson, Justice Motlhabani has revealed this week that the party  is only doing the final touches to the document. The edited version of the manifesto will be on the table for the party top brass’ thumbs up next Monday ahead of the big launch Septermber 7 in Francistown. Mmegi Staffer Ryder Gabathuse reports

FRANCISTOWN: After determining the constituencies to contest in, the BPF’s focus now is to put the final nails to its manifesto, which will officially be launched on September 7 at the old stadium in Francistown. The party’s top leadership will meet next Monday to polish the document and give it the green light.

Motlhabani described the draft manifesto seen by this publication as “work in progress” promising that by the launch it would be complete and ready to reach out to its intended masses.

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