Tonota woman admits forging Omang for foreigners

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FRANCISTOWN: A woman who helped Zimbabweans to obtain the national identity card, Omang through dubious means has pleaded guilty to the crime.

The 44-year-old Sekane Mabutho of Tonota village pleaded guilty to seven counts of helping Zimbabweans to obtain Omang illegally when she appeared before magistrate Lebogang Kebeetsweng on Wednesday.

Mabutho was also charged with eight counts of lying to a person employed in the public service in order to help aliens to unlawfully obtain national identity cards. She, however, admitted to all the charges save for the second.

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