House -To-House Campaigns Take Centre Stage In Tlokweng

UDC supporters
UDC supporters

Contesting parties in the Tlokweng by-election have suspended their Saturday rallies to focus more on house-to-house campaigns.

Following the issuance of the by-election writ, the ruling Botswana Democratic Party (BDP) and the Umbrella for Democratic Change (UDC) want to be at the forefront and engage in vigorous campaigns to win the constituency.

The by-election, called following the death of area MP, Same Bathobakae last December, is set for May 13.

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