Masire moves out of State House


Former president Sir Ketumile Masire has allegedly confided to friends that he is moving out of State House soon because the residence has been bugged by security forces who are continually eavesdropping on him.

However, Sir Ketumile’s private secretary Charles Masilo told The Monitor the allegations are without basis. “What I know is that we are busy planning on renovating State House No 3, because it is a very old building. We are not aware of any spying activities at the residence; Why would it be the only state house under surveillance,” retorted Masire’s right hand man.

Masire recently wrote the Botswana Democratic Party an open letter through the Sunday Standard challenging them to dare call him for a disciplinary hearing, after BDP secretary General Mpho Balopi told the same paper that the party is in the process of disciplining the former president for his utterances at the funeral of departed opposition leader Gomolemo Motswaledi in Serowe.

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