Tiego takes on BMD charge

Thuso Tiego PIC: FB
Thuso Tiego PIC: FB

Reverend Thuso Tiego of Bethel Transfiguration Church assumed the presidency of the Botswana Movement for Democracy (BMD) during a weekend election in Mahalapye.

In his inaugural addresses, Tiego flanked by his leadership team including his vice Apostle Donald Motsumi, secretary-general Wazha Phumaphi, party chair Julius Baitumetse, and treasurer Maipelo Mophuting, said they will transform the BMD into a beacon of hope and unity for all Batswana.

Extending his gratitude, Tiego commended the outgoing president of the party, Nehemiah Modubule, for his unwavering commitment to preserving the party's existence. "I wish to pay tribute to the outgoing president and his committee for maintaining a party that faced slim prospects of survival. Comrade Modubule and your team, your tireless efforts have not gone unnoticed.

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