‘Kgosi Mosadi never planned PAP exit’

Kgosi Tsimane speaking at Ramotswa kgotla meeting PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO
Kgosi Tsimane speaking at Ramotswa kgotla meeting PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO

Kgosi Mosadi Seboko’s deputy and uncle Kgosi Tsimane Mokgosi says rumours that Kgosi Mosadi was reluctant to continue as the member of Pan African Parliament (PAP) committee are unfounded and untrue because she never expressed any desire to do so.

On Tuesday, Parliament removed Kgosi Mosadi from the committee and replaced her with Specially Elected Member of Parliament Unity Dow who has since rejected the appointment.

This was barely a week after Kgosi Mosadi had expressed that not many people were happy with the Balete victory at the highest court in the land. Last week the Court of Appeal (CoA) asserted last year’s High Court’s decision to grant Bamalete tribe ownership of their valuable prime piece of land called Forest Hill 9-KO.

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