Suspended BDP activist sworn in as a councilor


FRANCISTOWN: A Botswana Democratic Party (BDP) activist who is currently serving an indefinite suspension from the party was Wednesday finally sworn in as a nominated councillor at the Francistown City Council (FCC) chambers.

Otsile Mose took oath of office despite the BDP having suspended him for assaulting another BDP activist, Otto Masogo in 2017. Moses together with Boago Mosarwane and Chidzani Mokgwebe were later hauled before Magistrate Lebogang Kebeetsweng for assaulting Masogo.

The trio is alleged to have slapped Masogo and also used chairs to assault him, which in the process led to Masogo sustaining some injuries.

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