Khama's BPF yet to define itself

BPF patron Ian Khama and Foster Seretse PIC. THALEFANG CHARLES
BPF patron Ian Khama and Foster Seretse PIC. THALEFANG CHARLES

PALAPYE: At best, the BPF continues to be perceived to present itself as a party of people who are bitter and unforgiving. They are refusing to forgive and forget about their opponents. 

The party so far has offered nothing as alternative policies except as demonstrated by its inaugural patron, former president Ian Khama who has deliberately chosen to pursue politics of mudslinging and character assassination.

In an election year, people look at the parties’ offerings and make their own choices based on what they perceive to be suitable to their interests.

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