BMD youth preach �peace� ahead of tight election

Olive branch: Segokgo (center) addressing the media yesterday. PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO
Olive branch: Segokgo (center) addressing the media yesterday. PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO

Botswana Movement for Democracy Youth League (BMDYL) president Phenyo Segokgo says he is concerned with the recent verbal infighting within camps preparing for the weekend elective congress.

This weekend Segokgo will battle it out for the league’s presidency with Rodger Mphafe.

“Of late our teams which are contesting for positions have been exchanging bitter words on Facebook and on other social media. This is something that I do not condone and I take the blame for failing to educate new people and old ones about our party culture and what we want to achieve,” Segokgo told journalists.

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