Saleshando bids constituents farewell

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SELEBI-PHIKWE: The Member of Parliament (MP) for Selebi-Phikwe West Gilson Saleshando bid his constituents farewell at what he said was his last Kgotla meeting.

Saleshando, who addressed Selebi Phikwe West residents at Kagiso Customary Court, has all along made it official that this is his last term of office, as he will not be contesting again.  His parting words were that a new broom sweeps much cleaner than the old one.  By so saying he advised that a person must never overstay in his position of authority until s/he emits an unpleasant order to her/his erstwhile admirers.  “Leave while you are still needed. 

Do not refuse to relinquish your positions. Consider your stay in power a brief opportunity then accord it to the other person,” he said. He advised electorates to vote “as the country is a democratic set up run by a government that has to be voted in, in order to bring developments to the constituents. 

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