Gov’t blames Botswana’s reputational damage on Khama


The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has blamed Botswana’s reputational damage on former President Ian Khama.

The ministry admitted that the rivalry between President Mokgweetsi Masisi and Khama has tarnished the integrity of Botswana, specifically the former’s negative comments about the country.

Appearing before the Public Accounts Committee (PAC), Foreign affairs permanent secretary, Gladys Mokhawa clarified that the skirmishes between Masisi and Khama do not necessarily cause the reputational damage but utterances made by Khama.

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