Botswana Muslim Association donates to Presidential Housing Appeal

BMA leadership and Elders with Brigadier-General George Tlhalerwa and the PHA beneficiary Sadia Tiny Kgantsho.
BMA leadership and Elders with Brigadier-General George Tlhalerwa and the PHA beneficiary Sadia Tiny Kgantsho.

The Botswana Muslims Association (BMA) continued its community social responsibility (CSR) programme implementation by donating P120,000 to Presidential Housing Appeal (PHA).

In his remarks at a ceremony held at the Gaborone Mosque last Thursday, the senior private secretary to the President, Brigadier-General George Tlhalerwa said the BMA donation would go towards building of a house for 38-year-old Sadia Tiny Kgantsho, a disabled member of the Muslim community. Tlhalerwa, who is also the Coordinator of the PHA, extended his gratitude to BMA by saying the initiative has gone far beyond its target since it was conceived in 2010.

“I must stress that Batswana as individuals, NGOs, churches and the business community have tremendously contributed to the PHA in many forms, and the Muslim community has dominated the gestures,” Tlhalerwa said.

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