Stop fueling hatred between us- Masisi

Ian Khama and Mokgweetsi Masisi during their happier time PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO
Ian Khama and Mokgweetsi Masisi during their happier time PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO

If what President Mokgweetsi Masisi said over the weekend in Shoshong about former president Ian Khama is anything to go by, the two could smoke the peace pipe soon provided both parties are willing.

Masisi’s tone was more reconciliatory. When addressing democrats during the welcome ceremony for the Member of Parliament for Shoshong, Aubrey Lesaso who was a BNF member of the Umbrella for Democratic Change (UDC), Masisi urged members of his party to desist from fueling hatred and dislike between him and Khama. “It must be noted that I wish that one day I and my president Ian Khama could talk and forgive each other.

He is still my president. I supported him fully during his tenure. I do not believe in hate and today I encourage our members to desist or stop spreading hate speeches or telling untruths because it causes war amongst us.” he said.

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