Boko’s exit leaves workers stranded at Mahalapye East

Boko told Mmegi that for the past two years, he has been unhappy
Boko told Mmegi that for the past two years, he has been unhappy

Workers at the Mahalapye East constituency office have been left in a difficult situation following the resignation of their principal, Member of Parliament, Yandani Boko recently.

Without a sitting MP, their employment contracts are no longer valid. The employees are now faced with an uncertain future and lack of job security.

With only six months left before the next general polls, it is unlikely that there will be a by-election in the constituency. This means that the workers at the constituency office may have to find alternative employment. Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly Pono Moatlhodi told Mmegi that this is a painful situation to the workers because their contracts have come to an end.

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