Fresh bid on to bring Khama home

Bangwato elders holding a meeting in Serowe PIC: PHATSIMO KAPENG
Bangwato elders holding a meeting in Serowe PIC: PHATSIMO KAPENG

Bagammangwato royal uncles and tribal elders have expressed their urgent plea for the return of former president Ian Khama to Botswana. In a statement, delivered after a meeting with Khama in Eswatini during the Easter Holiday, they highlight concerns over alleged harassment and destabilisation of the Gammangwato tribe by the Masisi administration, as well as persecution of Khama's family.

“We found him in good health. His brothers and their families are also in good health.

We consulted with him about events back home and also conveyed to him our wish and that of many in Gammangwato for him to return home to Botswana as soon as possible.

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