No BNF constitutional breach ,rights violation

Judge Komboni said court cannot intervene in BNF matters PIC: KENNEDY RAMOKONE
Judge Komboni said court cannot intervene in BNF matters PIC: KENNEDY RAMOKONE

Gaborone High Court judge, Justice Gabriel Komboni says the Botswana National Front (BNF) has not breached its constitution or regulations in any way and neither has it breached the rights of its members as alleged.

When dismissing an application brought by two members, Kgakgamatso Kebiditswe and Tlamelo Mpodi, the judge said there was no evidence before court to support such allegations of rights violations and constitutional breach.

The two applicants had taken the BNF to court seeking amongst others an interdiction on grounds that due process was not followed when electing delegates for the lower structures and an interdiction for the congress that was scheduled for June 6, 2022 by the party central committee.

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