Mosojane may return to BCP


FRANCISTOWN: Former Botswana Congress Party (BCP) councillor for Government Camp, Albert Mosojane is considering retracing his steps after his defection to the ruling Botswana Democratic Party (BDP) failed to yield the desired results.

Mosojane decamped to the ruling party in 2013 where it is alleged, he was not given the welcome he had expected. Yesterday, Mosojane said  since he currently does not belong to any political party, he was considering going back to his former home.  “At this point, I cannot disclose which political party I will be joining. I was not fired from the BCP, therefore it still remains my political home, I might as well return to my long time political home,” said Mosojane.

The former councillor said that he has registered interest in re-joining the BCP to his former comrades who have welcomed the idea. “I want to do things formally first then that is when I will be able to disclose openly which political party I will be joining. I think in a few weeks I will be in a position to say more,” said Mosojane.  He said that he is considering writing a letter to the BCP requesting to re-join them. He went on to reveal that when he joined  the BDP, he applied for a membership card but to date has not yet received it.

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