Goya fully supported Masisi for BDP Chairmanship

Master Goya during Parliament.Pic.Kagiso Onkatswitse
Master Goya during Parliament.Pic.Kagiso Onkatswitse

The Minister set the record straight. I write this to inform you of my heartfelt dissatisfaction arising from your paper’s edition of 6th July 2015, in your esteemed weekly publication, The Monitor, which carried a story titled, ‘ Tshekedi, Mokaila Reject Masisi.’

In the story I the undersigned, Hon. Moiseraele Master  Goya is listed as one of  the cabinet ministers who defied the norm by not supporting His Honour the Vice President’s bid for the chairmanship of the Botswana Democratic Party. To quote your reporter, “Also not on the vice president’s camp were Assistant Minister of Education and Skills Development Moiseraele Master Goya.”  The statement by your reporter suggesting that I did not rally behind Masisi is not only unfortunate but it is incorrect, inaccurate, misleading and malicious. For the record and for your own information, it is an open secret that I fully supported and rallied behind the Vice President and even went to an extent of lobbying others in my constituency and elsewhere to vote for his Honour. Yours Sincerely

Hon Moiseraele Master Goya

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