BOFEPUSU Boss Attacks Khama

Johannes Tshukudu. PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO
Johannes Tshukudu. PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO

PALAPYE: Botswana Federation of Public, Private and Parastatal Sector Unions (BOFEPUSU) president, Johannes Tshukudu has hit out at former president, Ian Khama over the ‘ill-treatment’ of workers in the last decade.

Addressing a Botswana Sector of Educators Trade Union (BOSETU) pre-conference debate here Thursday, Tshukudu accused Khama’s administration of oppressing workers. He said Khama thought he had power over everyone below him when he was still president.

“It’s a shame that in the past 10 years, Parliament turned into a place that brought about laws, which abused workers,” said Tshukudu. He said there was a clear indication that workers in Botswana were taken for granted, yet the country is where it is in terms of development because of the same workers.

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