Muzila eyes Francistown East

Muzila is also a prophetess and the founder of the Jehovah Potters Assembly PIC: KENNEDY RAMOKONE
Muzila is also a prophetess and the founder of the Jehovah Potters Assembly PIC: KENNEDY RAMOKONE

FRANCISTOWN: The Botswana Patriotic Front (BPF) vice president, Keorapetse Muzila has thrown her hat into the ring ahead of the impending 2024 General Election.

Muzila, who is also a prophetess and the founder of the Jehovah Potters Assembly, began her political career in September 2021. She told Mmegi that she joined politics to serve the interests of the people. She will contest the Francistown East parliamentary seat next year if the BPF is allocated the constituency as she believes she possesses the requisite qualities of a leader.

At the moment, she noted that it is still uncertain who will represent Francistown East since negotiations for the allocation of constituencies are ongoing at the Umbrella for Democratic Change (UDC). Muzila said they are currently exerting great effort to promote the BPF membership drive in the same constituency.

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