�Dead� Woman Visits Omang Office


A woman who official records indicate that she died may years ago in a horrible car accident caused headache at Omang when she showed up looking for services.

BOROLONG: A 32-year-old woman from Borolong west of Francistown is still reeling in shock and confusion after she found that the Department of Civil and National Registration, commonly known as Omang has declared her dead.

Tebogo Joseph told The Monitor that when she visited the Omang offices to seek services, she was stunned to discover that the system considered her a dead person. She said she made the discovery when she sought to change the old birth certificates for her two children and her sister’s three children.

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