BCP accuses BDP of 'stealing' elections


Botswana Congress Party (BCP) has through a statement accused the ruling Botswana Democratic Party (BDP), of planning to steal elections.

In a statement released this morning, BCP spokesperson Mpho Pheko stated that the lime party has received reliable information that the BDP is planning to 'steal' the 2024 general election.

“The BCP has it on good and impeccable authority that plans to force through electronic voting machines (EVMs) are already at an advanced stage and a lot of ground work has been done. The idea behind bringing EVMs is to ensure that the BDP has total control over the electoral process, including all the codes and ability to hack and manipulate even the national identity or Omang database to deliver an Ill-gotten victory to a regime that is otherwise headed for near certain electoral defeat,” the statement reads.

Editor's Comment
Molepolole unrest: Urgent attention on missing person cases

From Jakoba's mysterious disappearance on November 9 to the grim discovery of his remains at Mosinki Lands, a gap in the response mechanisms of the police and village leadership has been laid bare. The community's anger is evident, seen in the attack on Bakang Masole, the man found driving Jakoba's taxi and the main suspect, and the subsequent riot. Residents express discontent, citing a troubling trend of missing persons cases often...

Have a Story? Send Us a tip
arrow up