BCP’s fat manifesto chapter

Saleshando expressed confidence in the BCP’s ability to lead Botswana into a prosperous future PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO
Saleshando expressed confidence in the BCP’s ability to lead Botswana into a prosperous future PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO

In much anticipation of the upcoming 2024 General Election, the Botswana Congress Party (BCP) launched a manifesto chapter for an "Economy that works for all" this week, outlining its great visions and promises for the nation’s future, led by the party president, Dumelang Saleshando.

With an atmosphere charged with great anticipation, Saleshando addressed a legion of BCP supporters who were eager to hear what their president had in store for them. In his delivery of the party’s promises ahead of the elections, Saleshando stated that the BCP’s mandate would be to foster inclusive growth for every Motswana, promoting social justice and ensuring good governance across Botswana.

He emphasised the importance of addressing pressing issues such as unemployment, poverty, and inequality through innovative policies and initiatives. “Our manifesto for the 2024 elections is situated around ‘An economy that works for us all’. We want to see each and every Motswana able to sustain their lives as our primary key in our manifesto will be the creation of jobs. We want to reclaim the exported jobs as this country exports jobs in high numbers and take them to Batswana,” said Saleshando. Saleshando stated that provided he becomes the next President of Botswana after the election, he will create over 100, 000s of jobs.

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