UDC Ropes In Bakwena Royal

Duma Boko (center) launching Tlamelo Mmati and Mohammed Khan. PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO
Duma Boko (center) launching Tlamelo Mmati and Mohammed Khan. PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO

As elections date nears, former Bakwena regent, Kgosikwena Sebele, has been roped in to canvas votes for the Umbrella for Democratic Change (UDC) in Molepolole.

Kgosikwena, who is a well-known long term Botswana National Front (BNF) die-hard, spoke at the double launch of Molepolole parliamentary candidates; Mohammed Khan for Molepolole North and Tlamelo Mmatli for Molepolole South. He is also said to be campaigning for the UDC on the ground.

“The BDP (Botswana Democratic Party) has become stubborn because it has been pampered for a very long time. It is upon you as voters to say enough is enough. The BDP has ruled and failed the country. It is now time to change and vote for the UDC,” he said.

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