Police Want Ralotsias Evidence In Hemp Case

Former Minister of Agricultural Development and Food Security, Patrick Ralotsia wants a case in which the Botswana Police Service (BPS) is investigating hemp or dagga ‘farming’ at his Kanngwe farm to be thrown out.

Ralotsia is caught up in the investigation, as BPS wants him to produce ‘evidence’ in the dagga case.

Police have instructed Ralotsia to produce a Lease Agreement entered into between himself and Fresh Standard (Pty) Ltd and have it  presented it to senior Superintendent Moatlhodi Ntuane.

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