Khama shifts reputational damage blame to Masisi

IN HAPPIER TIMES: Former president Ian Khama and successor Mokgweetsi Masisi
IN HAPPIER TIMES: Former president Ian Khama and successor Mokgweetsi Masisi

Following the Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ revelation that former president Ian Khama has tarnished the image of Botswana through negative comments about the country, the latter has rubbished the claims in what is now becoming a game of buck-passing.

Buck-passing or passing the buck is defined as the practice of blaming someone and avoiding responsibility.

Responding through the SKI Khama Foundation, chief executive officer, Mogomotsi Kaboeamodimo said so many ills that happened under President Mokgweetsi Masisi’s governance are what has hurt the country’s international image and reputation, not Khama.

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