Suspension orders are crippling – DIS agents

Ngakaagae is the attorney representing the suspended DIS agents PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO
Ngakaagae is the attorney representing the suspended DIS agents PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO

The three Directorate of Intelligence and Security (DIS) agents say orders contained in their suspension letters are very general and have ambiguous conditions of required conduct.

The agents, Pulane Kgoadi, Paul Setlhabi and Kuda Malikongwa, who are fighting to interdict their boss, Peter Magosi from alleged constant arrests and detention, cry that the orders created are simply meant to ensnare them and justify arrests.

The agents decry that they "have been warned" that should they "in anyway fail to comply with any instruction in the letters of suspension" they "will be detained".

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