How Khama got away with 'murder'


During the well-attended Serowe gathering, former president Ian Khama came out with guns blazing, accusing President Mokgweetsi Masisi and Permanent Secretary to the President (PSP) Carter Morupisi of a litany of abuses.

He told hundreds of democrats at the Lady Khama Hall that Morupisi, who has worked under him, has become a stooge and a lapdog of the current regime as he has become so vicious against him. Mmegi reproduces some of the quotable quotes attributed to Khama was who surprisingly left without any caution from the party unlike some 32 members who attended the meetings.

“I know Morupisi is eyeing to become a Specially Elected Member of Parliament (MP) sometimes at the end of the year after the general elections this year,” said Khama to thunderous noise from his supporters that had thronged the meeting in their hundreds.

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