Fake Husbands Are Here

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An undisclosed number of Batswana women are flooding the Office of the Minister of Labour and Home Affairs, seeking to have their foreign husbands deported after realising they have been fooled.

Desperate Batswana women who think they have scored, marry foreign nationals whom they meet  on social network sites, only to be dumped by the men after acquiring Botswana passports and Omang.Now the Minister of Labour and Home Affairs Edwin Batshu is criss-crossing the country warning women against the traps because, according to him, these foreign husbands marry them just to acquire Botswana citizenship for mercenary intentions.

Minister Batshu says his office is inundated with visits by frustrated and broken hearted Batswana women who want revenge. They come to his office asking him to deport the former husbands when they eventually realise they have been used. The minister told the women in particular to watch out "for foreign men who ask for their hand in marriage" claiming that they love them whilst they know that all they want is to acquire Botswana citizenships.

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