The less sense, the more sense

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Staff Writer TSHIRELETSO MOTLOGELWA traces events surrounding the postponement of the Francistown West by-election and finds that it makes more sense viewed as the nonsense that it is

Before dead men could be called on to affix their signatures to the petition, certain things had to be in place.  The law had to be in place, but not just the law or gaps in the law, but the lawyers with the smart brains to work out the law.

Before the masses could invoke their fake signatures and fake Omang numbers in a sudden revolt against the dictatorship of the courts and for the democratic perfection of the presidency, Parks Tafa, the man at the centre of this story, had opined a while before the famous petition was even concocted that options were available.

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