Former BPP president challenges BDP primaries results

Ignitius Moswaane PIC: KEOAGILE BONANG
Ignitius Moswaane PIC: KEOAGILE BONANG

FRANCISTOWN: The former Botswana People's Party (BPP) president has vowed to protest the elections whose votes were counted at Mmei Junior Secondary School in Monarch, citing irregularities. He has seven days to lodge his protest with Tsholetsa House.

"The way the elections were conducted undermines the ideals of democracy which the BDP and Botswana are known for," he fumed.

Marobela, Angelinah Sengalo and Kago Phofuetsile got the battering of their lives from Monarch South councillor Ignatius Moswaane, who garnered 1,039 votes, with his closest rival, Marobela, managing a paltry 387.

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